Branding Your Career Story— The Psychology of Interviewing
It is no secret that this time of ‘slow-down’ has given us a lot of time to think about our professional lives. Unfortunately, and fortunately, for some the choice has been made for us and we are in search of new opportunities. Whether you are searching or deciding to pivot roles or industries, this is the time to create a professional brand story that gets you where you want to go!
Have you talked about yourself lately? Do you even know how? Join Catherine to dive deep into how to craft and communicate your professional brand story as you navigate interviews for opportunities of growth and success! Professional interviews are about making connections and sharing a well put-together story about who you are!
How many times have you walked away from an interview thinking, “Did I answer that question right” or “I should have said…”?
Grab your favorite beverage and snack and join me for a real-no-chaser conversation about:
· What interviewers really look for when they are sourcing applicants
· How to answer the question ‘Tell me about yourself”
· How to build professional brand trust with the interviewer
· How to give clear answers to hard questions
· What to bring to face-to-face interviews and why
· How to talk about your resume’ during a face-to-face interview
· Tools for perfecting your interview skills
Catherine Wheeler is a change management expert and organization fixer, think Olivia Pope minus the scandals. She’s spent over a decade coaching top leaders of Fortune 500 companies and non-profit organizations through significant transformations, including a $19.5B acquisition; challenging and equipping them to successfully navigate the terrains of people systems and organizational design for mission-driven impact.
What she has discovered in over a decade of research and coaching is that the narratives we believe are core to the experiences and outcomes we create for ourselves, those around us and the organizations we serve and lead. For leaders, leadership is the story people believe about you. For organizations, culture is the story people experience.
A teacher at heart she ignites and expands the curiosity and creativity of captive audiences globally during keynote addresses, conferences, podcasts and webinars.
When she’s not transforming leaders and organizations you can find her cuddled in blankets with her husband and daughter, scrolling Pinterest for five-ingredient recipes.