Monday Motivation | Cue Cards
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Tip of the week
One advantage of online job interviews? You have full control of what hiring managers can and cannot see of your surroundings. And while we strongly recommend that you prepare your interview attire and environment just as if you’re seeing your interviewer in real life, there’s one resource you can use specifically in a virtual scenario: cue cards! If there are important topics you wish to address during your meeting, put them on paper and keep them in your line of sight—ideally ahead of you and not on your desk, so you can glance at them discreetly. One cue card example? Key figures that underscore targets that you hit or exceeded in previous positions. Remember: cue cards are just a safeguard tool should you blank on key information. Don’t write full sentences and read them aloud verbatim—hiring managers will notice that, no matter how natural you believe you’re sounding. A thorough interview rehearsal is still the best way to make sure your meeting runs smoothly.
This week’s highlighted jobs:
New York, NY
Shakespeare & Company
Concert Operations Manager
San Francisco Conservatory of Music
San Francisco, CA
Human Resources Manager
Asolo Repertory Theatre
Vice President of Marketing and Communications
Omaha Performing Arts
This week’s highlighted opportunities:
The Franklin Furnace Fund 2021-2022
Franklin Furnace Archive
Artwork Archive Art Business Accelerator Grant
2021 Community Artist-in-Residence
Guild Hall of East Hampton
East Hampton, NY
Hortus Arboretum and Botanical Gardens
Stone Ridge, NY
– Luiza Teixeira-Vesey, Designer/Marketing Officer
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