You have a great resume and LinkedIn profile. Now what?
It’s crucial that you portray your career brand in each step of your job search that is congruent and consistent. Your resume, LinkedIn profile and cover letter got you in the door, now the rubber meets the road.
Your next employer should feel confident that how you show up – in written form, on your social media platforms, how you present yourself physically as well as the words you speak are in alignment with the talent they seek.
Interviewing etiquette matters.
At Career Thinker, we cover all these bases with you. The importance of getting clear on your personal brand so you can articulate what value you bring to your new employer during the interview process takes practice.
Approaching your career interview with confidence because you’ve done strong preparation gives you an advantage as a job candidate.
Our interview coaching is comprehensive, covering the numerous kinds of interviews you might participate in depending on the stage of the hiring process and the career position.
It’s critical that you know what to expect and how to respond when a hiring manager or recruiter reaches out to you.
Grow your confidence in navigating phone and in-person conversations with your potential employer by knowing what to expect in advance.
Here are some topics we cover:
- Testing expectations
- Phone interview prep
- Setting the stage (eliminating distractions, etc.)
- Being prepared – points to highlight relevant to position or company
- Knowing how to discuss salary
- Being clear what to focus on
- How to build rapport
- Being consistent – aligning your behavior during an interview with your resume and social media presence
- How to act under pressure
In our one-on-one mock job interview process, you will be learning tips for navigating all the topics that arise. Expect to do some homework on topics such as:
- Job applications
- Interview questions
- Dressing to get hired
- Knowing your resume
- Money/salary negotiation
- Post interview etiquette
- Do’s and don’ts
Mock job interviews are recorded and reviewed with you. You will be provided with a recording to replay and practice, increasing your ability to move to the next part of the hiring process and getting an offer.