2018 MRS Fall Meeting Home

How to Ace Your Next Interview

Monday, November 26
12:45 pm – 1:30 pm
Hynes, Level 2, The Hub Stage—Hall D

Does the thought of going on a job interview stress you out?  What should you wear?  How much information about yourself should you share?  What will the interviewer ask you?  How many questions are too many? How in the world do you prepare?  Our experts are on hand to give you sound advice for getting ready for that big meeting.  Come prepared with your questions and get answers that will help you ace your next interview!

Speakers

Cindy Joyce

Cindy Joyce
Pillar Search & HR Consulting

Cindy Joyce is the founder of Pillar Search & HR Consulting, a boutique firm that specializes in retained executive search for exceptional nonprofits, foundations, associations and socially responsible for-profit organizations and human resources consulting for all types of organizations, with an emphasis on improving employee productivity and promoting a strong organizational culture.

Based in Boston, Pillar was founded in 2015 and works on the local and national level. Recent clients have included Crane Currency, Junior League of Boston, New England ACH Association, PwC, The Landing School of Boat Building, WildAid, Year Up, and Yestermorrow Design/Build School.

Tamara Gardner

Tamara Gardner
THRIVE BPC

Tamara Gardner began her entrepreneurial journey as the Founder of Becoming Bodacious, a coaching and event production company designed to help women and teen girls gain confidence and control to THRIVE in their personal, professional and/or educational lives.  

Since then, she has added THRIVE BPC, a career and business performance consulting firm, published Time to THRIVE, a planner for women doing it all, and is developing THRIVE TALK BOSTON, a group to support and encourage women in business.   

Often referring to herself as a “corporate refugee,” Gardner held strategic leadership positions in HR, management consulting, executive recruiting, and internal communications prior to opening Becoming Bodacious. Her decision to make the leap was cemented in early 2016, when stress accelerated an otherwise benign health condition into a critical emergency and landed her in the hospital for 32 days.   Referring to that time as “the best gift with the ugliest wrapping,” Gardner uses that and other real and relevant examples with her clients and audiences to drive home the importance of getting in control to manage stress and to successfully live their best lives. 

Personally, Gardner is known to be down to earth, “southern sarcastic” and obsessed with NFL football and Octane on Sirius. She lives in Braintree, Massachusetts, where she and her husband both attended high school. To contact Gardner, please visit www.tamaragardner.com.