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Effective Interviewing in the Age of AI

  • Friday, December 04, 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Virtual
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Effective Interviewing in the Age of AI

 

Presenter: Linda Kent Davis

Location: Virtual (a Zoom link will be sent to you a few days before the event, after registration)

Date: Friday, December 4th

Time: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST


Interviewing has changed dramatically over the years, but never more so than with the dawn of Artificial Intelligence! When we coach candidates for face to face or even virtual interviews, we help them understand the importance of non-verbal communication – both their own and those of the interviewer. How to control their own non-verbal messages. How to read those of the interviewer and leverage what those messages convey to establish rapport and to more effectively advocate for their candidacies.

Today, in the age of artificial intelligence, the quality of a candidate’s interview may well be assessed by a computer rather than a person. How, then, do we prepare candidates to sell themselves? What’s different from the more traditional face to face model? What’s the same? Does body language matter?

Linda Kent Davis will share her expertise in this area and provide you with useful tools and tips for coaching your clients to interview effectively in the Age of AI.

Dr. Linda Kent Davis has been working with college students and alumni to help them achieve their career aspirations for a very long time! She did this most recently at UMass Dartmouth as the director of the Career Center – and before that at Rhode Island College, MassBay Community College, and Brandeis University. Prior to her career in higher education, Linda worked in health care administration and biotechnology.

She has her B.A. in sociology from UMass Amherst, her M.Ed. in College Student Personnel Work and Counseling from Northeastern University, and an advanced graduate certificate in leading change from Boston College. Linda completed her Ed.D. in higher education administration from UMass Boston where her research focused on mid-level leadership within colleges and universities.

Throughout her career, Linda has been active in professional associations – most often with the Eastern Association of Colleges and Employers (EACE). She served on its board of directors, has chaired and been a member of numerous committees, and is proud to be a past president. Early in her career Linda served as the membership coordinator for the Career Counselors Consortium.

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