May 9
Jack Martin & Mike McCarty,
Interactive Session


"Behavioral Interviewing Workshop"

Behavioral Interviewing Workshop
Facilitator: Neil J. Glaser, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
“Tell me about a time when you. . . “
At some point you will find yourself in a behavioral interview.  Will you have a difficult time recalling the best examples from your past work experiences?  Will you ramble on and waste valuable time on unimportant details?  Don’t leave it to chance.  Learn how to turn your past accomplishments into concise, focused “success stories” which highlight your most marketable skills.
At this workshop you will learn

  • Why companies use behavioral interviewing
  • How to anticipate what questions will be asked in a behavioral interview
  • A template to use to craft concise, focused answers for any behavioral interview
  • A method of practicing and perfecting your success stories

This session is a workshop format with practice exercises.  Please bring your resume and a job posting or job description you are interested in pursuing.

Neil J. Glaser is a performance improvement coach and human resource professional with a focus on helping individuals and organizations deliver results.  Neil has over 25 years in operations management and human resource management.  He began his career in operations and has always brought that bottom-line, customer-first perspective to both the creation and execution of his coaching, training programs and performance improvement initiatives.
Neil is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources and holds a graduate certificate in Human Performance Improvement from the American Society of Training and Development.  He has a BS in Business Administration from Southeast Missouri State University and an MA in Economics from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.

Neil is a national member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and is an active member of the local chapter, Human Resource Management Association of Greater St. Louis (HRMA).  He is a past board member of the St. Louis chapter of the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI).


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