Be Inspired to Get HIRED!
April 27, 6:00 p.m.
The Palace Hotel, San Francisco
Champagne, Hors d’oeuvres, Networking, and
Inspiring Advice on How to Interview Well
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Inviting Those of You:
In Career transition
Do you have the belief, vision and a plan for acquiring the job or furthering the career you desire?
Are you wondering how to find the right job and negotiate a better package?
Should uncertainty of competing against hundreds of other applicants, or words of doom from the news get you down, join us for this evening of camaraderie, inspiring words, and specific advice to help you through the interviewing process.
International Speaker and Author, Elinor Stutz, CEO of Smooth Sale, LLC, will provide motivating words along with unique selling techniques for securing the job you desire. Elinor will be available after her talk for follow-up conversation.
Elinor is also the author of the international best-selling book, Nice Girls DO Get the Sale: Relationship Building That Gets Results, published by Sourcebooks. She was honored by OpenView Labs, included in their international search for “The Top 25 Sales Influencers in 2012”.
Additionally, a percentage of proceeds will be donated to the Sherland Charitable Organization providing resources for Pancreatic Cancer and Parkinson's Disease patients and their families. Our philosophy is to weave build business and community together. Therefore, we appreciate your sharing the information with those you know.
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$65 per person
“HIRED! provides a practical interviewing approach based on sales methodology. By following the principles Elinor Stutz provides, interviewees will become adept at selling their skills and experiences to prospective employers and more easily achieve their goal of hearing, HIRED!"
- Nancy K. Hayes, Dean, College of Business, San Francisco State University
"Being awarded a "straight" five is a rare occurrence with our members! What you had to say about using sales techniques to sell yourself at interviews resonated for many of us, including me, who is a firm believer in projecting a confident and *friendly" image when meeting a potential employer (and his/her staff). In particular what you said about the importance of showing a genuine interest in the company and the job - and remembering to say "thank-you!" to all concerned after a job interview - are factors not sufficiently stressed by many career coaches. We all like to be acknowledged and be appreciated.
As you pointed out, it's not only your skills and professional background that will interest an employer but how you would contribute to the future success of the company and whether you would get along with other employers ("blend" into the work environment). Thank you again for speaking to our group. Maybe a return engagement sometime in the not too distant future?"
- Naidia Woolf, Director of the Programs Department
Experience Unlimited San Francisco
(In association with the EDD)
Questions? Call 415-615-6887.