Interviewing Classes in Chicago
Often it is an interview that stands between you and the job you want. Having it all on paper doesn’t mean you will be hired. This Dabble class is suited for all job seekers; during this 3 hour of this interactive workshop you will learn the latest tricks on how to sell yourself without being too obvious.
Using the latest concepts of emotional intelligence and interpersonal psychological experience, you will be controlling your next interview, you will communicate the messages you want and be ready to answer those difficult questions. You will walk away recharged to take the interviewing process head on. With a new-found sense of accomplishment about your skill set and your new ability to sell yourself, you will get the job of your dreams at your nest interview.
Learn how to overcome nervousness, how body language can influence the decision making process, how to control the interview, and how to present the best version of yourself?
It’s often not the person who’s best at the job who gets the job — it’s the person who is best at getting the job who gets it.
Great class with insights into the personal psychology of acing an interview. The teacher was friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable. The one thing that was a little different: The class takes place at an IT/Project Management/Quality Assurance school, and all people attending the workshop other than me were students from that school -- so it was a little weird being in a group of people who were all aiming for finding a job in a different industry than I was. Still, I'm glad I went and left with some good takeaways.
Well structured class , making professionals instrumental in interview skills
This class helped professionals to stay in a confident and relax state of mind while being interviewed and also it did talk about a lot of myths that are the main reason why people become more nervous .
All in all this class boosted the confidence of people and prepared them by giving tips to set their goals and achieve them.
I came into this class with some experience from the job I am currently in. The instructor for this course did a good job of trying to cover overall, general project management thought-process and practices. It is helpful if you are interested in the department or want to be more familiar with the terminology.
The teacher was really good at helping people applying their situations to project management. The class moves quickly but it time also goes by quickly. Despite my informal work exprience with project management,I felt a lot more equipped and confident about my current skills and areas to grow.
Natalya Ostrovskaya, PMP, ITIL
Project Management Instructor
Natalya, has a Master’s Degree in Information Systems Project Management from DePaul University. She is PMP certified by PMI since 2002. With 15 years of information systems and project management experience working for Fortune 500 companies, she helps students achieve their full potential through Interview Preparation and various Project Management classes and seminars.