Interview Strategies & Techniques, How to Plan, Prepare, and Position Yourself as the Best Candidate for a Job 

  • December 8, 2022
    5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Meeting location: TRC Building, 1030 Wilmer Avenue, Suite 100, Richmond VA 23227

As 2022 comes to a close, have you thought about where you want to be in your career in 2023 and beyond. We in the Greater Tidewater Area are sharing the Colonial Chapter’s event as an opportunity to help you gain the skills to compete in a job market that can be very volatile. Most of us have been in a position where suddenly we are looking for employment or  we just want to pursue a better opportunity. To help we are bringing Joann (Jo)Mayo | Founder/President of Strategic Foresight Initiatives, LLC 

She is Business /Life Success Coach and each person at the meeting will receive an hour of Professional Coaching. Each attendee will also receive a copy of Joann Mayo latest book “Interview Strategies and Techniques, A Learned Skill” . This is a $20.00 value.

Often, the idea of a job interview comes with a certain level of trepidation and ambiguity. You are not alone in this and you will get tips at this meeting on how best to overcome this problem

Remember, putting your best foot forward requires a certain level of self-exploration and application. To compete in today’s job market will require candidates to know, demonstrate, and convey their value in such a way that the interviewer can literally envision them in the role. Yet, for many the job interview process is an uncomfortable practice that is often not given as much thought or preparation as duly required. The tools you will get in this meeting will help you with that.

The success rate of your job interview is highly predicated upon your ability to convey confidence in those conducting the interview that you have the potential for great achievements.


·        Maneuver through the job interview process.

·        Identify value worth attributes that set you apart from competing competitors.

·        Position your value worth with the 2 basic types of employee skills required for every job.

·        Create value worth statements that align your skills and experiential knowledge with your cover letter and resume.

·        Leverage the 3 C’s of interview questioning.

·        Ask thought-provoking follow-up questions and close the interview.

·        Cultivate optimism and outcome expectation through effective follow up & follow through.

With the current job market in the EHS Safety Profession, this is a great time for you to get some Professional Coaching.  The current market for professionals has not been this tight since the 1950’s.

Make time in your schedule to attend this Colonial Virginia Chapter Meeting as it has been a very long time since we have had a Professional Coach to help you with your EHS Career. Those that attend the session will have all the skills and preparation to have a great interview and to properly advance their EHS career.  In addition you will be able to mix with fellow Safety Professionals that have also gone through the process of job change and search, interviews, etc..

The cost for this is only 25 dollars and includes Jo’s book and a boxed dinner. Please use the Link Below to Register.

If you have any questions, you can contact Colonial ASSP Program Chair Jon Lehman at

650-862-6024 ( or Guy Butts at TRC at 434-414-4187.

Please register using the following link: