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Get That Position You Want

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• 20 years of management/leadership positions in
healthcare industry
• 15 years as Administrator of healthcare
Introduction organizations
• Senior Clinical Associate Instructor with Health
Policy & Administration
Marketing Interviewing Resume
Agenda Yourself Information Building
The Closing

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Prep key for
that next step You have done the work on
your resume
You have applied or made
contact with the
organization you want to
work with
You have to be ready for next
steps which could include:
•One, an initial phone interview
•Two, a Skype interview
•Three, an interaction at a
meeting or conference
•Four, directly with an onsite
interview

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• Website
• Other website
• Competition
About the • Data
• Newspaper
organization • Board minutes/agenda
• Glassdoor, Indeed, CareerBliss
• Annual reports, 10-K
• Friends and business associates
Know your
stuff • Strengths
• Weaknesses
• Social Media (Facebook, Linked in, Twitter,
About Instagram) ~ positive you
• Know your resume
yourself • Be able to give good examples of your
achievements and how relate to the organizations
goals, etc

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Arrive early
Fill out all applications neatly and completely
Bring several copies of your resume
Be enthusiastic about the position and the organization
Ask specific questions
Do these Avoid discussing salary or benefit package

things Let your personality shine during the interview


Practice makes perfect
Organize your answer
Elaborate on all answers ~ avoid just yes or no answers
Stress your achievements and accomplishments
Answer all questions clearly and succinctly

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Do these things (continue)
DO NOT SPEAK DO NOT SPEAK negatively about other organizations or employees

Be Be positive about your reason for leaving your current job

Quantify Quantify the confidence other employers have placed in you ~ facts and figures and measurable accomplishments

Represent Always represent yourself honestly

Mitigate Mitigate your negatives

Answer Answer every questions, even the tough ones

Make Make the job for which you’re interviewing the chief objective

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Behavioral
• See handout & Class Exercise
Questions
The art of asking
and answering it in
Asking & the right manner
Answering
questions When to ask the $$
question

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Poor Personal appearance

Lack of interest and enthusiasm

Overemphasis on money

Criticism of past employers

Avoid Failure to maintain good eye contact with interviewer

Lim “dead fish” handshake

Late for the interview

Failure to express appreciation for interviewer’s time

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Overbearing, overaggressive, conceited “know-it-all” complex
Inability to express oneself clearly
Lack of planning for career: no purpose or goals
Lack of confidence
Lack of factual information
Lack of manners, tact and courtesy
Lack of maturity

Avoid Lack of vitality


Indecisive
Merely “shopping around”
Cynical, overly negative
Lack of a strong work ethic
Intolerant
Inability to take criticism/not open to being mentored
High-pressure type

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Dress for Success

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What to wear, even if video
interview
Outfit
Dress for
Success Jewelry

Body

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Video Interview

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How to prepare
Look in the mirror
Video or
Skype Posture
Interview
Poise
Appearance behind you
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Attitude and Image, Experience and Education and Transferable
business poise presentation and skill set certification industry and
communication technical
skills background

Hiring Decision usually based upon


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Closing the Deal

Follow-up Follow-through Be Professional

ASAP: letter conveys If you made the A hand written


high interest or commitment to do thank you sent
clarifies a fumble something in the
interview, then
follow-through
ASAP. Like examples
of work products

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Questions

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YOU WILL DO GREAT !!!!!

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