Objective: Have you ever wondered how you could improve your interviewing skills? Come join us for an interactive discussion on interviewing. The topics we will cover include:
5 Steps in Interview Preparation:
Presentation – making a good 1st impression
Self Confidence – How to Sell Yourself
Understanding the Required Critical Skills – Confirm what is most important and describe how you can solve the employers problem
Demeanor – May require attitude adjustment – people are attracted to others who are upbeat, engaged and enthusiastic
Empathy – understand how others feel and express empathy to side step land mines
Handouts and discussion - Phone Interview Tips - How to not bomb a Skype Interview - Face to Face Interview Tips - Interview Follow-Up
Founded in 1983, MATRIX today is a national Information Technology Solutions provider, producing results for more than 2,300 clients in the last decade. Last year, more than 2,000 MATRIX consultants provided Professional IT Services, Professional IT Staffing, and Telecom Services, helping clients achieve outstanding technology and business success. MATRIX works independently and through partnerships with Microsoft and other vendors and consulting firms. Our solid financial growth, numerous industry accolades, long-tenured associates, satisfied clients and consultants – all bear testament to the great relationships we form with all our stakeholders. At MATRIX, we are convinced our team of IT consultants are the best in the business. All current MATRIX consultants can take advantage of the many benefits of being a MATRIX employee. We offer a competitive benefits and 401 (k) program, free online training, and other valuable features. We feel our breadth of offerings gives our consultants the freedom they need to focus on their technical and personal growth.
Brief Description: [The Great] For a very long time, business consultants and tool vendors have advocated that process simulations would deliver exciting benefits. For an equally long time, once sold on the idea, practitioners discovered that simulations failed to deliver on that promise. Various reasons were invoked: level of required expertise/training, complete data needed to run simulations, expensive tools, etc. This presentation will cover the myths and perceptions surrounding simulations, along with a pragmatic approach to deliver the promised benefits [The Good], without losing your shirt on the way to success.
understand what simulations promise to achieve and why most initiatives fail to deliver
demonstrate how to change your approach to deliver the promised value (using a case study)
get you started adopting and adapting a roadmap, principles, and best practices for introducing simulations in your business