Interview Preparation (30)
|This Interview Preparation, Interview Coaching, or Interview Practice session of 30 minutes (or two 15-min.) is a great way to brush up on your interviewing skills. Get practical analysis, interviewing practice, and response strategy tips to help you tune up your presentation, feedback, and follow-up skills for better interview results. |
Our Interview Preparation service includes an Interview Questionnaire with questions and guidelines appropriate for your industry, job interests, and experience level.
Need additional sessions? Click on the Interviewing tab in the menu.
Same Day Interview Coaching Service is Available. (No Priority Charge)
We will tackle the challenging questions: career goals, reporting structure, salary, skills, tenure gaps, RFL, and the dreaded, "Do you have any questions for me?" So you should be prepared to ask your own insightful questions at the interview.
If the interviewer seems agitated, annoyed, cross, or defensive about your questions, this red flag could indicate they do not value your thoughts, your interest in doing well at the interview, or your concerns. It could also reveal that they are not interested in hiring someone who genuinely aligns with their company. Here is why you should Pay attention to Interview Red Flags Before Accepting The Job via @forbes
We can also work to remove those verbal ticks from your responses to interview questions. Do you utilize filler phrases like "such as, you know” and “um”? Many of us have verbal tics of which we are unaware can undermine our credibility. We use them because it’s easy, and they fill in the communication noise space when we are uncertain about what to say or terrified of saying the wrong thing.
These and similar filler phrases can undermine an interviewer's confidence that we are the right fit for the job since they make us appear to be less certain that "We" are a good fit for the job! Use the time as a single 30-minute or two 15-minute sessions, and we will continue to work with you until you accept your new position.