I’m Katherine, and I’m really delighted to have you here.
If you’re ready to end your job search, you’re in the right place!
Hiring managers and recruiters really want to fill their position. They liked your resume or you would not have been invited to the interview. But without interview skills that work in the world today, your job search is longer than it needs to be.
Perhaps you’re thinking, “Well, I just have to talk about me and my experience. How hard can that be?”
Unfortunately, to knock their socks off in the interview and get the job requires a LOT more than that.
First,be sure to check out these videos for tips and strategies for creating interview answers that win the job.
Next, take a look at the interview guide at the right. It’s the best I’ve found–after reviewing a LOT of them.
The reason this guide is so critical to your interview success is that you will learn all the pieces that should be included in your answers. It is NOT to memorize the answers in the book. Trust me that everyone can tell when you’re using canned answers.
Let me share this information right from the recruiting/hiring trenches about what works today.
Your next interview could be your last interview with these skills and techniques.
Best wishes for an outrageously successful and FAST ending to your job search,
If you would like to learn my recruiter secrets for successful interviews, get my new interview prep cheat sheets.
Just email your receipt to me (firstname.lastname@example.org) after you purchase the interview guide, and I’ll email the six page cheat-sheet set to you immediately.
Your next interview could be the one that gets you the job. Think about it…no more interviews!
As an HR Executive, Sonya was sure she knew how to interview for a job. After all, she had been interviewing job candidates for years. Imagine her surprise and confusion when she kept blowing her interviews. Here is what she had to say after learning what I want to share with you.
“I appreciate your candor in the spirit of improvement and providing solid insight regarding my interview performance. I learned how to transform the meetings into conversational exchanges (versus being a “test” as I formerly saw them!) and how to frame my skills as benefits to prospective employers.
It was great fun speaking with you. I can’t wait to start my new job but I haven’t forgotten nor will I ever, the amount of support, encouragement and wisdom you provided.
As soon as I am settled we get together for a celebratory lunch! Thank you so much!”
Sonya, HR Executive