Insurance Institute of Canada – Virtual Sessions!

| April 21, 2020
Submitted by Caroline Roberts for CPD
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Join the Insurance Institute of Canada this Thursday for Virtual Interviews 101 and Tips for Success and Networking in a Remote World

Virtual Interviews 101 & Tips for Success
Date: Thursday, April 23
Time: 2 – 3 p.m.

A lot has changed very quickly in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, including the job search landscape. While virtual interviews were a thing well before COVID-19, they are the new normal for all interviews and candidate selection processes. They can be a little nerve-wracking and sometimes tough to navigate even for a seasoned career seeker.

Join the conversation as we explore best practices for acing virtual interviews. Lots of insight and practical tips will be shared in this quick-hit session.

Space is limited, so register today! Login instructions and participation details will be shared with you the day before the event.

Networking in a Remote World
Date: Thursday, April 23
Time: 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.

Things are probably feeling a little topsy turvy right now, particularly when it comes to your job search! Networking is often talked about as something we do in person, but there are a lot of ways to foster connection and build your network virtually!

Join us for an interactive virtual session where we will explore best practices, share insights, and offer tips for success for networking in a remote world. We will offer strategies that you can put into practice right away in this quick-hit session.

Space is limited, so register today! Login instructions and participation details will be shared with you the day before the event.

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