Successful Interviewing Techniques

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AIChE Video Vignette
Originally delivered Jan 21, 2011

This video will focus on what to do to make an interview successful. You will learn how to prepare for an interview, get extensive advice on what to do and not to do during your interview, and learn what steps to take following the interview.

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Nancy Hutter, MA, LMHC

Nancy Hutter, MA, founder of Executive Career Strategies and Insightful Choices has an extensive background in career consulting, executive coaching, recruiting, and HR management. Over the past 20 years, Nancy has successfully recruited over 200 professionals and executives and coached hundreds of executives within diverse industries and functions. 12 years ago she pioneered tri-state area networking meetings for ExecuNet.  After working for several prestigious outplacement firms, she founded Executive Career Strategies to better meet the needs of professionals and executives in...

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