Presentation Description

No description available.


Presentation Transcript

Self-Marketing Strategies : 

Self-Marketing Strategies Resume Writing

Self-Directedness (Self-Marketing) : 

Self-Directedness (Self-Marketing) These Skills are effective for: Inter-Viewing E-Motion Working with athletes/patients Interacting with others presenting projects discussing current work situations

Presentation Agenda : 

Presentation Agenda Introduction What is an Inter-View? Where do you start? Research, research, research! Non-verbal / body language Interview Strategies Keys to successful interviewing

What is an Interview? : 

What is an Interview? A 2-way exchange of information: INTER & VIEW: An inside view Conversation with a purpose

Both Parties Should Investigate: : 

Both Parties Should Investigate: COGNITIVE SKILL: Can you do the job? Job Description Technical Competency SOCIAL COMPETENCY: Will you fit in? Organization Climate Culture Values

Where do you start? : 

Where do you start? Research the Job / Employer and General Market Research Yourself Self-Imagery Prepare a Resume PREPARATION IS KEY!

Researching Employers : 

Researching Employers Know the basic facts: Products or services Size of organization Services provided Geographical locations Financial picture History of company Financial offering Organizational structure Position Description

Research Employers : 

Research Employers Key: Taylor fit your interview to the environment 50% of your success is homework Need to know the expectations of the employer

Research Yourself : 

Research Yourself Speak to employer in values not technical terms environment/climate mission/vision purpose values identify what you desire from potential employer

Resume : 

Resume Generic Resume Employers look to a resume for disqualifies (not qualified) Make your resume more generic and fill in the blanks at the interview Make the resume 1 page Employers THINK they know what they want Know the generals for Athletic Training settings and customize for your desired setting

Resume : 


Resume : 


Resume : 


Essentials in an Interview : 

Essentials in an Interview Self Awareness Setting/Location: Minimize distractions Listening Skills Nonverbal Cues Know your self- inventory Social Awareness Green Light/Yellow Light Approach Nonverbal Cues

Setting, Location and Distractions : 

Setting, Location and Distractions Position self/other so there are minimal distractions Position of the desk Desk if for authority/control a barrier Sit next to interviewer: minimize the barrier (naked truth)

Emotional Cues : 

Emotional Cues How they impact the interview: Words 10% Tone of voice 35% Body Language 55%

Non-Verbal Cues : 

Non-Verbal Cues 3 Types of Non-verbal Cues Facial Expression Body Language (body angle) Eye Contact As interviewee/er need to be aware of your own and the participants non-verbal cues to bring individual back to a “green light”

Non-verbal Cues : 

Non-verbal Cues Professional dress Good eye contact Sit comfortably Appropriate facial expression Enthusiasm in voice Actively Listen and respond Firm handshake

Interview Awareness Skills : 

Interview Awareness Skills Self-Awareness: Like to listen Don’t create labeling or prejudging Mimic Interviewer Need to recognize that mimicking occurs and keep your balance Misguiding the interviewee: Make sure you are aware of these statements and correct the interviewer

Self-Inventory : 

Self-Inventory Make a list of strengths and weaknesses Be prepared to neutralize the negative between two positives example: I recognize that I don’t have much experience but I am a quick learner and interested in learning + - +

Common Areas Covered in the Interview : 

Common Areas Covered in the Interview KEY attributes & skills: Communication Teamwork / Interpersonal Problem Solving Organization Technology Decision-making Commitment Creativity Leadership /Initiative

Tough Interview : 

Tough Interview Tell me about yourself… Describe a time when …. If you were to… What are your career goals & aspirations? Why should I hire you? ?s

Closing the Interview : 

Closing the Interview Ask any final questions to the interviewer Sell yourself one last time Convey enthusiasm for the position Ask about the next steps… Thank the interviewer

After the Interview : 

After the Interview Debrief after the interview and reflect on how it went Write a thank you letter Follow up with the company

authorStream Live Help