WIND Networking for Today’s Professional


Tuesday August 22

Facilitator: Gail Birger


Church of the Good Shepherd
9 Russell Ave

Meeting Agenda

9:30 am:   Sign-in, informal networking
9:45 am:   Good News, New Member Intros, Needs, Leads
10:45 am:   Networking
11:00 am:   PRESENTATION
11:45 am:   Meeting ends


Questions to Ask and Not to Ask at your Interview

Imagine this scene: You’ve had a good interview. The interviewer seemed pleased with your level of experience and with your ability to clearly explain how your experience enables you to meet the current company’s needs. You’re now at the end of the interview and the interviewer asks, “Any questions?” You get that deer in the headlights look. The only thing you can think of saying is, “Uh, no, not really.” The interviewer sighs and says, “OK, thanks for coming.” How could you improve that interview? What are some appropriate questions you could have asked? What do those questions signal to the interviewer? When, during the interview, do you ask questions?  What should you never ask and why? Come to WIND East on Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017 and learn more about asking the right questions.










Gail Birger is an experienced career coach who helps professionals in career transition with resume writing, interviewing, salary negotiation, and networking. Professionals who are coached by Gail get more interviews and land jobs faster than if they job search alone. Gail also works with professionals who are currently employed and want to consult with her on issues regarding work performance. She has been quoted in The Boston Globe and The Watertown Tab, and has appeared on Boston Cable television. Her background is in high tech business development and marketing. She is a sought after presenter and workshop leader who speaks on career topics including: Finding Your Assertive Voice, Managing Up: Understanding Your Boss, and The Art of Small Talk. She holds an MBA from Simmons School of Management.

Cost to Attend

No advance registration required

New members: $20 [ includes one-time $10 registration fee ]
Returning members: $10

Coffee and refreshments