There are a lot of myths out there about how to succeed in the interview that, if followed, can hurt your chances of getting the C-level position you want.
In this enlightening presentation, ExecuNet Career Strategist and Executive Coach Harriette Lowenthal identifies common myths about the executive job interview, and the best way to deal with them. Join Harriette as she:
- Dispels myths about the perfect résumé, ageism, how much you should say at the interview
- Outlines interviewing strategies to help you differentiate yourself and stand out from the pack so you’re not “eliminated”
- Shares a checklist to help you better prepare for your next interview
If you want to learn the myths that might be keeping you from more offers, and how to take charge of the interview, don’t miss this presentation.
Harriette Lowenthal provides guidance and developmental coaching to enhance ExecuNet members’ effectiveness.
With years of experience in executive development and talent management, her expertise includes: organization assessment, measurement and research; strategy development and execution; selection and succession management processes; and executive development.
She has been involved with the assessment, selection, and development initiatives that are aimed at executive and senior-level populations with corporations throughout the world. She has consulted with organizations including: Caterpillar, Hallmark Cards, Eli Lilly, General Motors, BP, McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing), American Express, DaimlerChrysler (now Daimler AG and Chrysler LLC), South Bend Medical Foundation, Kaiser Permanente, The Ohio State Medical Center, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Bank One (now Chase Manhattan Bank), and many other small to multinational organizations.
In addition to her work with ExecuNet, she is the founder and principle of a small consulting company.
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