Prep Your Clients for Success: 10 Tips for Job-Winning Interviews
Presented by Lorraine Beaman, NCRW, ACRW
This webinar was recorded on Friday, April 12, 2019
Great resumes lead to job-securing interviews. Learn what makes a resume interview friendly and a great tool for interview coaching. Become familiar with the most commonly asked interview questions and how to prepare clients to respond. Understand how to use a job description to anticipate job-specific questions. Empower clients to handle illegal, inappropriate, and critical thinking, questions. Finally, learn methods for helping clients overcome the fear of interviewing.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- What makes a resume interview-friendly.
- How to help clients anticipate, and respond to, interview questions.
- Techniques for helping clients manage their fear of interviewing.
Eligible for 1 CEU. This one-hour webinar is $9.99 for NRWA members and $19.99 for nonmembers. It will be recorded and distributed to all participants.
About Lorraine Beaman
Lorraine Beaman is an expert in preparing clients to excel in the toughest interviews. She builds on her years of experience as an outplacement specialist, recruiter, and coach, to lead career-advancing workshops and coaching sessions. She counts among her clients leaders in Fortune 500 companies, new graduates, and individuals returning to the workforce.
Lorraine earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley, a master’s degree from California State University, Chico, and a Certification in Negotiation and Leadership from the Harvard University Program on Negotiation. She is a Certified Salary Negotiation Facilitator for the American Association of University Women, Certified Career Coach, and Nationally Certified Resume Writer.
Committed to bringing the most innovative job search strategies to her clients, she maintains active memberships in the International Coaching Federation, Career Thought Leaders, and The National Résumé Writers Association, where she currently serves as President-Elect. Contributions to the field include the article, “A Lifetime of Experience: Helping Older Workers Communicate Their Employability Utilizing Job Search Documents, Social Media, and Networking,” in the Career Planning and Adult Development Journal. She received the “2018 Top Writer” recognition for her contributions to the social media platform Quora in the areas of job search, interviewing, and negotiation, and her coaching tips and resume samples are included in the recently published book, The Motivated College Graduate, by Brian E. Howard.