Step Up #1 - Building your Job Ready Tool Kit

  • 03 May 2017
  • 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Datacom, Ground Floor, 501 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley
  • 12


  • All prices inc GST
  • all prices inc GST

Registration is closed

New to the job market or returning after a long hiatus?

Are you new to the job market or returning after a long hiatus then this Step Up session may be the one for you.  Topics that will be covered include:

  • Resume writing and using tools such as LinkedIn and Seek
  • Mastering top 20 most common interview questions
  • How to research Behavioural Based questions you might come up against and how to give a great behavioural based answer
  • How to use Counter Questions during the interview - not relying on the interviewer to be a good interviewer
  • How to move the interview from an interview to a discussion
  • Strategic Questions Vs Business Hygiene Questions
  • How to research prior to your interview
  • Everybody is hiring for a pain point, how to learn from your recruiter or hiring manager what that pain point is
  • Defining your brand and bending it to the role
  • Awesome first impressions – 4 easy things to up your impression making skills including body language and handling nerves

Your Presenters:

Adam Broadbent, Principal Consultant has over 11 years recruitment experience within global and boutique technology recruitment agencies in Australia.  In this time, he has developed an impressive national and international network of contacts and talent throughout the technology industry and is well-placed to provide career advice and market insights you can rely on.  Adam has been a heavy LinkedIn user since 2005 and will provide insights into how to create a positive, credible online presence and personal brand to help you succeed in today’s hyper-connected world both online and in-person. Adam will help you create and manage an honest, effective and above all, easy to manage personal profile to help you make the most of your future career – all from the perspective of a specialist recruiter and head-hunter.

Elizabeth Kingston "Let’s be honest.  Job Hunting isn’t fun".  Elizabeth is the founder of Kingston Human Capital, one of Australia’s most respected recruitment firms.  Having conducted over 7000 interviews in her career, she takes a candid approach to helping job seekers perform at their best: From interview-preparedness, to handling tough interview questions through to managing nerves - Elizabeth breaks down the interview game into a tangible and practical process to help you perform at your best when stakes are high.

Morning tea will be served. 

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