You’re in an interview for your ideal job and are asked “What are your greatest strengths?” Do you know how to answer this in a way that will knock your interviewers’ socks off? Are you unsure of how to do so? Don’t worry! I’m going to explain what NOT to say (which more than 90% of candidates do), tell you exactly how to answer this question with confidence, what descriptive words to use, and give you my exact formula to impress your interviewers.
Have you been fired or terminated from your job? Not sure how to explain it in an interview? I am going to give you some facts, strategies and tips on approaching the subject of being fired and give you 9 true-story example explanations from some of my past clients to help you figure out how to explain your story.
Being terminated from your job regardless of the reason can feel devastating, embarrassing, and downright scary. I can assure you there IS life after losing a job or being fired, so if this has happened to you or you’re worried it might, then stick with me, In 6 steps, I’m going to take you through what you need to do (and don’t do) when you’re fired, how to learn from it, and overcome to positively move forward.
One of the important tools you must have in your job search toolkit are excellent references. I will explain why employers want references, who you can ask to be a reference for you, and why you should ask for it in writing.
Do you have a game plan for your job search? Or are you just throwing spaghetti at walls hoping something will stick – well in your case sending out dozens of resumes and hoping someone will call you for an interview? To achieve success in your job search you need a game plan! Stay with me and I’ll explain how!
So, you’ve been invited for an interview? Awesome! But do you know what type of interview it will be and what to expect? Today I am going to explain 9 different types of interviews so you know exactly what to be prepared for so you can outshine your competition!
Having to look for a new job for the first time in a long time? Or maybe you’re a student just starting out, or a stay-at-home parent looking to enter the workforce. The approach to job search has changed from what it was even a few years ago.
Are you worried about your next job interview and what kinds of questions to prepare for? Have you heard you need to have ‘success stories’ but don’t know what that means or aren’t sure what types of stories to be prepared with?