Interviewing is more than just conversation. It's a strategy. The people on the other side of the table expect a dynamic, and strong performance. You are analyzed on everything you say. When you stumble they notice. Interviewing is tough. But it is part of the process you have to be really good at.
Many of our clients pick up valuable and new ideas after only one session. You will learn the most popular questions, how to use silence, effective use of body language, which questions to ask, what NOT to say and why you shuld always ask for the job at the end
You are looking for a job. You get a phone call from someone who likes your resume. They want you to come by their place of business for a face-to-face interview the next day. How prepared are you? Take this quick, 10-question quiz. Grade each response from 1-10.
"Hello, welcome to our company. Thanks for coming by. I'm the hiring manager and I'd like to ask you a few questions about your experience and why you are the right person for the job."
Tell me a little about your background?
What specifically interests you in this role and company?
What are a few of your business weaknesses you are working to improve upon?
Give me an example of how you dealt with a difficult situation at work and what the outcome was.
When was the last time your work was praised or recognized?
Share with me what you know about our company.
Who are our primary competitors?
How do you define success?
What are three or four key traits of good leadership?
Why did you leave you last job?
So, how did you do? This is just the tip of the iceberg. Let's work on improving your answers and preparation skills.
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