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JOB INTERVIEW COACHING
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Conducting yourself well in an interview is a fundamental aspect of a successful career hunt. Our interview coaching services will provide you with the skills, confidence, and techniques necessary to ACE your interviews, impress the recruiters, and land your dream career, faster, and at a higher paying salary.
What is your greatest weakness?
Interviews, like resumes, pose unique challenges that many people struggle with. What to wear, how to answer common interview questions, sending a thank-you letter, and questions to ask in an interview.
Our custom executive interview coaching process provides you with the skill and knowledge of HOW to ace your interview and land the job.
Our Coaching Program will...
→ Provide you Insider Tips/Secrets to Impress in the Interview
→ Refine your Mindset, Confidence, and Body Language
→ Teach you Specific Strategies to Answer Questions
→ Deliver Actionable Feedback to Improve your Ability
→ Explain to you What Recruiters/Hiring Managers Expect
→ Give you Tools, Recordings, and Templates
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Stop fearing interviews and interview questions and begin to thrive on demonstrating your professional aptitude in a way that consistently leads to job offers.
Only 2% of candidates land an interview.Your time is precious, make it count!
The job interview can be one of the most daunting parts of the job search process but it doesn’t have to be. Our clients often struggle with:
Having no clear strategy or plan of action to ace the interview
Having no constructive feedback from which they can improve
Interview anxiety and stress
Lack of preparation and clarity going into the interview
Low self-confidence and imposter syndrome
Answering the toughest interview questions
Tailoring their skills and professional experience for the interview
Creating rapport and connection with the interviewees
CUSTOM COACHING PLAN
Together, we will create a custom plan which will improve your ability to communicate your strengths, accomplishments and skills relevant to the position you apply for while also overcoming the most common interview challenges.
We can help you...
Effectively prepare for an interview
Address common interview mistakes
Quickly develop rapport with your interviewers
Identifying skill gaps in your interview style
Avoid common interview mistakes
Manage interview anxiety & stress
Make yourself and the interviewers more relaxed
Maximize the first 5 minutes of an interview
Prepare for the interview on the day
Develop a professional story and brand
Craft quality interview questions for the interviewers
Strategically gauge your relative fit within the organization
Build confidence and reduce imposter syndrome
Use cognitive bias to your advantage
More easily draw from your most valuable working experience
Think of it like this:
You’re ambitious and you want a new career. You have the resume, the Linkedin profile, the attitude, and the portfolio. Of course, if you have worked with us, all of these will be well developed and on point!
But do you have the interviewing abilities necessary to clear the last obstacle and land your ideal position?
Do you know how to concisely, confidently, and accurately respond to questions?
Are you at ease during an interview?
If none of the aforementioned questions can be answered with a resounding "YES," or if any of the following scenarios sound all too familiar, it may be time to consider a qualified interview coach.
Interview coaches are qualified to support you as you develop your self-assurance, practice responding to the trickiest interview questions, and navigate each stage of the interview procedure so you make a good impression.
YOU MAY NEED AN INTERVIEW COACH IF...
There are several reasons why job seekers might employ an interview coach, some of which are mentioned above. An interview coach can direct you in the proper direction and assist even the most seasoned interviewers in honing their craft if you have any issues or questions about your interviewing abilities.
You are unsuccessful after the initial interview
Do you frequently receive calls for interviews but never go past the first one? To assess your interviewing abilities and assist you improve any weak points, you might need a professional career coach. If you get the first interview, your resume is clearly doing its job; but, if you are unable to go further than that, your interview performance needs improvement. It's possible that you're not showcasing your full ability.
Despite making it to the last interview, you are passed on
You succeed in making it all the way to the last interview rather than struggling to get through the first one, but you are still only second in this employment race. It's difficult to come so close and then be told you’re not the best candidate. A career coach may assist you in identifying the cause of this and provide guidance on the necessary adjustments to make so that your next interview results in the well-deserved job offer.
You feel like all of your interviews go terribly
Even the most self-assured job candidates can have some jitters during an interview since it can be nerve-wracking. But, if you consistently feel defeated after interviews, it might be time to follow your intuition and seek professional assistance from an interview coach. Even if your confidence is the only thing that needs polishing, practice and preparation may give you the boost you require.
Your confidence is low!
An interview coach may be for you if you think describing or talking about yourself is uncomfortable or if you are unsure of how to emphasize your abilities. Low self-esteem can have an impact on your entire image, which is why confidence is such an essential component of interviews. You may learn to fake it until you make it with the aid of an experienced interview coach, which will make your interviews go more easily. Or we can work to develop true confidence over the course of our sessions.
You don't understand how to properly respond to questions
Do you frequently stumble over your responses or fail to fully respond to the interviewer's questions? Do the people conducting your interviews have a puzzled or, worst yet, a frustrated expression? Providing compelling examples in response to interview questions, responding accurately and completely to the topic, and acting appropriately are essential components of a successful interview. It's worth a coaching session or two to find out whether you think you do things correctly.