Alumni Webinar: “Tell me about yourself: Storytelling in job interviews”
How to give knockout presentations in a clear, concise and confident way
Are you ready to learn and get empowered through the art of storytelling?
Today’s workforce is hyper-competitive and storytelling can set you apart from the rest, in any given situation. The ability to effectively communicate your skills, experiences, and aspirations is essential, as it helps you convey the right messages and make desired impressions.
Whether you're a seasoned professional looking to advance or someone exploring a new career path, this webinar offers valuable insights and strategies to help you succeed with your chosen career aspirations.
Join us for an engaging and insightful alumni webinar with Tim Danielsson, Management Consultant at PwC and LUSEM Alumnus, and Pernilla Thellmark, Career Coach at LUSEM
This webinar will focus on the following aspects:
- How to navigate through the recruitment process
- Excelling in job interviews and presentations
- Cross-cultural insights
- How to best highlight and communicate your experience for career advancement
- Transitioning to a new field and how to emphasize transferable skills
Don't miss this opportunity to unlock the potential within your own story!
Meet Tim Danielsson, Management Consultant at PwC and LUSEM Alumnus
"Born and raised in Munich, now living in Gothenburg with my wife and our two sons. Today I am working as a Management Consultant at PwC Sweden focusing on (i) HR in Transactions and (ii) everything related to Talent Management.
After finishing high school, I moved to Frankfurt to do an apprenticeship in hotel management, followed by a 6-month traineeship in Paris (within international sales). I then moved to Hamburg to study Business Administration with a major in Auditing and Tax Consulting. After my bachelors, I worked as an Associate within Corporate Finance for a year and then moved to Lund to study Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management. I graduated in 2016 and decided to move back to Munich where I continued my career at a global recruitment firm, focusing on sales.
Fun fact: Yes, I do wear Lederhosen whenever I am in Munich!"