In today's competitive job market, companies are becoming increasingly sophisticated in how they interview applicants. One of the emerging interviewing trends that catch a lot of job applicants by surprise is the behavioral interview question. The proper
response to these questions is to tell a story about a challenge you have successfully overcome. Being able to survive a behavioral interview requires lots of thoughtful preparation. The good news is that even if you don't get asked behavioral questions, you
can use behavioral answers to respond to any interview question. In this webcast, Randy Guthrie reveals how to prepare for a behavioral interview so that you can confidently answer almost any question you get asked in a way that will set you apart from your
competition for a job.
Presenter: Randy Guthrie, Academic Developer Evangelist, Microsoft Corporation
Randy Guthrie is an academic developer evangelist for Microsoft. In this role, Randy provides academic and research support to faculty and students at schools in the U.S. Southwest. Prior to working at Microsoft, Randy was a professor at California State
Polytechnic University, Pomona, where he taught software engineering, programming, and information systems courses. During his tenure at Cal Poly, Randy was also the volunteer director of a community employment center. Before his appointment at Cal Poly, Randy
spent thirteen years working for the Northrop Grumman Corporation, where he was a contract manager on the Stealth Bomber project, a project manager, and financial analyst. Randy earned his bachelor's degree in business from the University of La Verne, a Master
of Business Administration (MBA) degree from the Peter F. Drucker School of Management, and a PhD in information science from Claremont Graduate University. Randy currently resides in Denver, Colorado, with his wife Jane and son Seth.
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