People hire those who they feel comfortable around. So, the first rule of getting ready for an interview, you need to calm your nerves. Being confident and treating a job interview as a discussion with friendly professional people who are genuinely interested in finding out more about your career, professional life, skills and knowledge, aspirations and dreams – helps.
But just like everything in your job search, an interview has a structure, and you will benefit from understanding the framework and anticipating recruiter and hiring manager questions.
During the interview training, you will
- Get a set of developed questions and answers tailored specifically to your industry, experience, desired role;
- Boost your techniques and interview toolkits, including the STAR and CAR methods;
- Explore verbal and non-verbal techniques for structuring and emphasising essential bits in your pitch;
- Learn how to deal with an inexperienced or distracted interviewer, and turn the tables in the most unfavourable interview situations;
- Develop a better understanding of the interviewer roles, their business pains and assurance they are seeking;
- Establish an ability to structure your responses and ensure that your interviewers will be impressed, and, what’s more important, will remember you;
- Dive into 10 secrets of how to ace video interviews and panel interviews;
- Master class on phone interviews. How to understand and be understood. 10 tricks for non-native speakers.
- Own the subtle art of humblebrag.