Mistakes are going to happen, and they can make or break projects in the workplace. However, it’s how we deal with them that shows our professionalism. In this workshop, we will be practicing another behavioral question: Describe a time when you made a mistake and how you addressed it with your team or supervisor. We will continue using the STAR Method strategy to respond.
In breakout sessions with your peers, you’ll perform mock interviews in which each participant has the opportunity to practice their response to this question. Gain practice, get feedback, and learn from others by hearing their responses.
Join us on Monday, July 22nd at 8-9am to learn more!
Before attending the workshop, read the instructions and download the PDF on how to prepare here.
About the Presenter
Brett Ellis is a Career Coach and Public Speaker based in Atlanta, GA. His background is in K-12 Business Education and Higher Education. The focus of his past experiences has been on working with college students to help them persist through graduation and land jobs and internships.
Brett enjoys creating innovative learning experiences, such as transforming traditionally dry topics like resumes and cover letters into an engaging experience. His favorite part about career coaching is hearing from previous students and clients about where they ended up, whether that's in their dream job or achieving some other career goal that they had set for themselves.