Here’s the information regarding scheduling for the Ops Nation interview and what you’ll need to know.
The whole interview should last 22-27 minutes and can be done over the phone at a time that is convenient for you. We’ll cover your path to your current job, an overview of your school and program/department, what you do in your current position, and then finish with your favorite resource recommendations (choose what you like — any of these categories is fine)
- one or two other resources that helps you — video, book, class, clinic, person, websites, apps, etc.
- one efficiency or productivity tip
Additionally, I’m looking for a good story. It could be a story about a particularly tricky, complicated, or unusual situation that required an extra bit of creativity or resourcefulness on your part to complete the task or perhaps you just have a compelling or interesting story (Check out Cody Cejda’s Bo Schembechler story!). What we’re looking for here is a story that really conveys some aspect of your job or career. If you cannot think of a story or would rather not share one, don’t sweat it — we’ll skip that part.
And, please — if you’re working on a project or with an organization that you’d like to talk about, make sure to tell me before we start the interview. This is a good chance to get the word out.
It is very easy to schedule an interview. Here is a link to my recording schedule. Just follow the directions and you can grab whatever time works best for you. I will receive a notification and you will get a couple of reminders. Schedule at your convenience.
Please put the best number to contact you into the schedule form. Skype, land line, or cell phone will do just fine. I will call you at the time you select.
PLEASE NOTE: Recently, Skype has made a subtle change that has caused some phone calls to be blocked. Skype calls will often now show up on your called ID as “Unknown Caller”, which some people have blocked. If you could either use a landline or ensure that unknown callers are not blocked on your cell phone, we should be fine.