IABC Philadelphia Workshop

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Insider Tips for Interview Success

A successful job interview can be the key to a great job opportunity. During this program, Chris Barton, President of Barton Career Advisors, LLC, will teach attendees how to better hone their interview skills by using the five W’s (Who, What, When, Where and Why) to prepare for an interview. He will also discuss how hiring managers evaluate job candidates by their willingness to do the work, ability and skills to do the work and the stability of their work history. Attendees will also learn how to not misread common questions like – Tell me about yourself?, What will be the biggest challenge in this role? and Why did you leave your last job? The program will conclude with a question and answer period.

• Create a Career Emergency Preparedness Plan (CEPP)
• Learn the components of a professional brand
• Figure out what your unique selling proposition is
• Tell your story by using action, situation and results (A.S.R.)

About our speaker:
Chris Barton, Founder and President of outplacement and career coaching firm Barton Career Advisors, LLC, is a former Fortune 100 financial services Senior Vice President and has more than 15 years of experience working with professionals of all levels at some of the nation’s top companies including credit card giant MBNA America and Citizen’s Financial Group. Chris is a highly sought career transition expert, HR consultant and speaker. Chris received his MBA and BS from the Lerner College of Business at the University of Delaware and holds the prestigious Senior Human Resources Professional (SPHR) designation from the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM). He is a board member of the Metro Wilmington Boys and Girls Clubs where he also serves on the Development Committee. Chris supports his alma mater as an Executive Speaker for the Blue Hen Leadership program and presently serves as Programming Chair for the University of Delaware Class of 1992 20th year reunion. He is a former board member of the Mental Health Association in Delaware.

To learn more about Chris Barton and Barton Career Advisors, visit: http://www.bartoncareeradvisors.com/

About Barton Career Advisors, LLC:
Barton Career Advisors, LLC is a relationship based outplacement and career coaching firm offering premier career transition services to corporations and individuals throughout the US and Canada. The company which is headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware offers flexible outplacement for businesses and career coaching and resume construction for individual clients. The company supports its one-to-one approach with its innovative career transition portal, CoachOnetoOne™. Through Speaker Services the company works with corporations, professional associations, conferences and non-profits to provide training and key-note presentations on career related topics. Barton Career Advisors employs a need-based business model, BCA One-to-One, which is driven by experience and client outcomes.

Connect On-Line™
Barton Career Advisors, believes in Investing in People and Investing in the Future is absolutely the right thing to do. To that extent they provide robust on-line resources and leverage social media to keep clients and friends apprised of the latest trends in career transition.


Save the date!
IABC Philadelphia is pleased to announce that Gerard Braud from Braud Communications will present a half-day workshop on crisis communications Tuesday, March 27 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Hilton Garden Inn in Fort Washington. Gerard Braud, an internationally recognized coach, trainer, author and speaker, is an expert in crisis communications and media issues. He is also one of IABC’s top-rated presenters. More details about this workshop will be available soon.

WHEN Wednesday, February 29, 2012 6:00 PM  – 7:30 PM
Eastern Time
WHERE 300 Delaware Avenue, (First Floor Conference Room), Wilmington, DE 19801
FEE Members
Registration $15.00

Registration $20.00

Students $10.00

To register: http://www.cvent.com/d/gp87j250hka1UohLsM_94Q/n7hp/P1/1Q?

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