Critical Interview Strategies and Skills—Career Webinar

Career Webinar Sponsored by ASA’s Section for Statistical Programmers and Analysts

John West Hadley, John Hadley Associates, LLC Career Search Counseling

Tuesday, July 10, 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Eastern time

Many job candidates are so focused on “the best” answers to interview questions, they forget what is most important to do in an interview. You cannot treat an interview as a Q&A session and expect to get hired. You need to transform it into an influential conversation, digging deeply into the interviewer’s challenges so you are seen as a key solution.

John Hadley is an expert in job search strategy. In this interactive webinar, he will share key strategies and techniques his clients have used to successfully navigate the interview minefield and secure job offers with which they were thrilled.

You will learn:

  • The HOMER template for how to manage the stages of an interview
  • Critical strategies to engage the interviewer and distinguish yourself from other candidates
  • The key to an influential conversation that positions you for the hire
  • What you MUST do at the end of every interview

John has helped hundreds of job-seekers land the job and pay they deserved. Don’t miss out as he shares his secrets with you! All registrants also will receive a subscription to his Career Tips newsletter, which each month brings expert advice about marketing yourself for a career search and gaining new opportunities with your current employer.

Registration Fees

    Students: $10
    SSPA Members: $20
    ASA Members: $30
    Nonmembers: $50

Registration Deadline: 12:00 p.m. Eastern time, Friday, July 6


Registered attendees will be emailed the access information for the webinar on July 6.

If you have any questions before you view the webinar, email Continuing Education and Chapters and Sections Associate Rick Peterson at

Each registration is allowed one web and one audio connection. The Section for Statistical Programmers and Analysts encourages multiple persons to view each registered connection (e.g., by projecting the webinar in a conference room).