How to Build Powerful People Skills and Get Hired

During the hiring process, candidates are put through many situations, both social and professional, during which their ability to connect with others is assessed.

Why are some people are able to say the right thing at the right time during interviews? They get noticed by hiring managers, seem to get along well with everyone they meet, and they land the coveted jobs. Is it a natural gift or is it a skill that can be learned?

Join us at our workshop to learn how to build a positive rapport, make a powerful first impression, and ultimately get hired!

In this workshop, you will learn to:

  • Use your interpersonal instincts to read any situation
  • Engage in conversations with tact and form positive connections
  • Ask the right questions and give the right answers in any situation
Heather Hansen

About Trainer

Heather Hansen

Heather is a Global Communication Specialist, TEDx speaker, and author. She delivers keynote presentations, seminars and workshops, and provides one‐on‐one consulting to help top global professionals communicate clearly and confidently in international business settings. Through highly interactive, research-based and company‐specific programs, Heather translates theories and academic research into real, on‐the‐job action by engaging participants and having fun in the classroom.

Heather is the author of the book, Powerful People Skills and has contributed to three other books. Her 5th book will be Powerful People Skills for the Digital Age

Heather is also the only trainer in Singapore to hold a certification in the Compton PESL (Pronouncing English as a Second Language) Accent Modification Method. Through her work as a Speech Specialist, she has helped thousands of non-native English speakers enhance their clarity and confidence in speaking English.

Date: 24 September 2019, Tuesday
Time: 9:30AM - 5:30PM
Venue: CFG Careerspace, Yusof Ishak House Level 3
Cost: $20 (Students receiving financial assistance from NUS Office of Financial Aid are exempted from the fee)
Dress Code: Business attire

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