1/30 STARR Stories
January 30, 2024 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 amFree
Interviewers often ask candidates to display their potential value to the company by asking behavioral or competency-based questions. And most people reply with off-the-cuff answers or relate a story that is too long, too detailed, and unstructured.
Many job seekers have learned to use the STAR [Situation-Task-Action-Result] method to answer those questions. But, did you know there’s an additional R that makes your STAR story even more powerful?
Join us to review the STAR concept, learn about the next R, and how to use it during your interviews.
Why you need to know about this: Every interviewer will ask you how you applied your skills or worked effectively with team and colleagues. Your chances of impressing an interviewer—and landing the role– rise dramatically when you employ the STARR method.