Phone Interview Coaching:
60-Minute Phone Interview Preparation – $125
Let me help you prepare for your phone interview (2 sessions recommended)
As a Résumé Writer and Interview Coach who has helped thousands of clients’ secure new positions, hundreds of which landed six-figure jobs, I provide Interview Preparation Coaching, Job Search Strategy Consulting, and Résumé Writing expertise.
Ever wonder why you can get the interview, but not the job?
My expertise is in getting professionals to feel confident about interviewing and in turn get the job they want and deserve. If you find yourself securing job interviews but not receiving offers then my Interview Preparation Coaching may be exactly what you need. Whether your interview skills are rusty, interviewing is not something you enjoy, or for reasons you’re unaware of that are holding you back from landing the job, I can help!
Interview Like an Expert
Feel more confident and prepared, and able to deal with difficult interview questions.
Learn how to sell yourself more effectively by making the most of each interview opportunity.
Let the interviewer know who you are and what value you bring without feeling like you are boasting.
The ability to interview like an expert is a very advantageous skill, and one that must be learned. It takes guidance, practice and preparation. Researching companies and hiring managers is critical, along with lots of practice, in order to interview with confidence and increase your likelihood of getting hired.
The average length of an interview is about 40 minutes, but several studies have shown that recruiters and hiring managers make their decision within the first 2 minutes of the interview. What is said in the interview is only part of the equation, your intonation, body language, and other factors can often mean the difference between landing the job of your dreams and missing out.
“Hiring Managers Make Their Decision Within The First 2 Minutes”
About the Phone Interview
The phone job interview is now a critical tool for today’s recruiters. A strong phone interview can help narrow down applicants to a select handful that will be brought in later for a face-to-face interview. While the phone interview may seem like a casual first step, it’s not. In fact, it’s an important part of the process.
Uncertainty of what to expect or how to present oneself during a job interview is very common. Experience and qualifications are often not enough. Many people find themselves well qualified, believe they interview well, but do not receive offers. And they are perplexed and frustrated as to why.
Throughout your coaching sessions, I will help you understand interview psychology, prepare properly, and conduct mock interview sessions.
You will leave every mock interview with confidence, insightful information, and enhanced interviewing skills.
The first step begins with a FREE assessment of your situation:
Send your resume for review, and a job posting that is of interest to you.
Your resume will be compared against the job description/posting and viewed from the interviewer point of view. I’ll teach you how to approach the interview strategically, putting you in the mindset of the employer and what they expect; what they are looking for in a candidate.
You will be sent invaluable/proprietary information to review, both before and after our first session, via email.
It will contain information on how to prepare, and how to position yourself more effectively. You will be expected to do your homework and prepare for the sessions.
Fill out the form below to get started or call (888) 858-Skill (7545).
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