There are no do-overs.
Congratulations, you have an interview. Are you prepared to answer the hard questions?
Up until now, all the employer knew about you was in the strength of your resume. They haven't heard your voice or experienced your personality.
What you say during the interview, and how you communicate your worth to the employer is critical.
What you don't say is often more important than what you say. Learn the difference.
Learn to use influence techniques to win over the interviewer.
Prepare for anything that may happen during the interview.
- 6 Sessions
- Behavioral interviewing
- Situational Interviewing
- Interview Prep and Debrief
- Communicating with Influence
- Telling your story
- Salary Negotiations
Let's get serious. It's showtime.
After all you went through to snag the interview, it makes sense to prepare. This is your only opportunity to make sure that the employer knows who you are.
Every interview, from preliminary screening to final interview is important.
The interview is your chance to sell yourself. It is the only opportunity you have to showcase your personality.
During coaching, you will practice answering the hard questions. Prepare yourself for tricky behavioral interviewing questions, and learn an easy method to clarify your thoughts. Interview with concise and compelling answers.
It is best to over-prepare. Don't risk a bad performance.
Remember: There are no do-overs.