Are you getting job interviews but not receiving offers or even making it past the first round?
Has it been a long time since you've interviewed and you're not sure what to expect or how to present yourself?
Do you have all of the required qualifications and believe you interview well, yet don't receive an offer and don't know why?
|Expert coaching and mock interviews will give you the answers to these questions and help you discover what you are doing right and wrong. You'll learn what you need to do to improve and turn your next interview into a successful job offer.|
There are many challenges to landing a great job and career. Getting the interview and being chosen over other candidates is the most challenging of all. However, most candidates will be unprepared, and few will practice, rehearse or receive coaching.
Your experience and qualifications are not enough to be hired without the skill and ability to interview. The candidates that are prepared to demonstrate how they will add value and fit in, are the ones that get hired.
|Like any skill, it takes practice, repetition, feedback and coaching to develop. The more you practice, the better and more confident you will be, and the more likely you will be chosen over other candidates.|
If you get the interview "the job is yours to lose", since no hiring manager will spend the time interviewing someone that they don't think is qualified on paper. If you don't get hired, you didn't interview properly and you actually convinced the company not to hire you. Even the most qualified candidates will be rejected by presenting themselves poorly or failing to properly communicate their qualifications. They will also lose to other candidates by making mistakes that are often simple and easy to avoid.
By interviewing thousands of candidates during 30 years in Human Resources, I know the many errors that candidates make before, during and after the interview process. I will ensure that you avoid these errors and that you present your qualifications effectively to convert your next interview into a job offer.