You will want to Read Part One of this 2 Segment Blog Post-
This person was fully aware of all the family related issues I had recently gone through, and as soon as I walked into the room they provided me with the most sincere apologies and sympathies and put my mind at ease in the softest most special manner. (Which I was in no way expecting-I actually almost started crying for the first time that day.) I have not, and will probably never, forget this moment, and it was almost 4 years ago to the day (My grandmother passed away November 6, I interviewed November 7).
We got through all the formal interview questions exceptionally smoothly. Afterwards we had some time left and discussed their job role in more depth and their team for the remainder of the time. At that movement I knew, I waned to work for this person - so a couple of months later it was not shock that I was on their team. I still view this person as an intricate part of my career. Although our careers have taken us apart from each other, we still keep in touch and it never feels like we missed a beat every time we talk.
Be that leader, the one someone never forgets, for the right reasons.