ACE THE INTERVIEW
PREPARING YOU FOR SUCCESS AT YOUR NEXT JOB INTERVIEW
You have one shot at making an impact at
interview, and that's in a very short space of time.
Most of us cringe at the thought of 'selling ourselves'. It's just not our natural communication style. What if I told you that you do not need to sell yourself? That the key to a successful interview lays in the decisions you make prior to the interview.
Gathering real, factual evidence about yourself and your ability is the only way to convince someone, who does not know you, of what you can credibly achieve for them.
The techniques we use, support you to present the 'real you' not in a vague or intangible way, in a manner that says to employers:
'This is what I can do for you and this
why I fit with your culture'.
NAILING REMOTE INTERVIEWS AND GROUP ASSESSMENTS
The new normal is the 'remote interview' some might call it an 'on-line interview'. While we have used them your many years as we coach around the globe, they are now a standard part of the recruitment process across a much wider variety of industries.
Remote interviews differ from 'video interviews', which are recorded, automated video programs.
We know that most jobs are more highly contested than ever so making every application count is essential.
Each segment of the recruitment process is an opportunity to show your preparation, motivation, expertise or potential. From resumes and cover letters, remote interviews, group exercise, psychometric assessments and panel interviews.
UNCOVER IRREFUTABLE EVIDENCE OF THE BENEFITS YOU OFFER THIS POSTION
Our coaches guide candidates in over 20 countries for some of the most highly contested jobs in the business world.
Our preparation traditionally covers:
How to handle the hurdles you have faced in your career.
Uncover the connection between your current experience and position and the role/Industry you are applying for.
Find out how to astutely articulate the benefits and outcomes you bring to this posItion.
Providing answers that are factual, evidential, powerful.
Identify your strengths and weaknesses and not to make those weaknesses a deal breaker.
How to answer 'tell me about yourself'.
How articulate your goals and career plan effectively.
How to structure an example and articulate why you want the job.
Identify your 'work style' and/or management style.
"Here's to pursuing your next job with a powerful, purposeful plan"