While it’s a must to have a well-written LinkedIn Profile and Resume which include valuable info about your experience, skills and achievements – and engages HR, hiring pros and decision-makers –
MAKE NO MISTAKE –
A GREAT INTERVIEW IS WHAT LANDS YOU THE JOB.
As a former HR Director, current career and interview coach, trainer and consultant, I know from experience, a good interview can bring you:
- The job of your dreams
- A new career
- Even a new lease on life
From experience, I can also tell you it’s difficult to receive the job offer if you show up unprepared — regardless the amount of experience you have or how many skills you possess.
When it comes to interviews, for example, it’s not only essential to effectively answer questions an interviewer asks –
Important to listen –
Yet on the other hand – to keep them engaged in what you have to say.
Also to be aware of those don’t ask questions which can have you eliminated; Plus never-discuss topics. And that’s just to start.
If you’ve been worried about any of the following – or other interview issues:
- Worried you don’t know the best or what are considered the ‘right’ question answers;
- Unsure what to share and not to share during an interview;
- Not sure what questions to ask or if you should ask any;
- Worried you’ll sound unprofessional;
- Worried you’ll be asked questions you don’t know the answers to;
- Lacking confidence you’ll interview well enough to get the job offer;
- Are fearful for a variety of other reasons;
- Would simply feel more confident heading into your next interview with some coaching; or planning to interview for a more senior position –
There’s no time like the present to secure some coaching.