Job Assitance Program
Getting job can be nerve-wracking, especially if you don't switch jobs often or haven't otherwise had a lot of practice. If you're interviewing for a position that's a big step up from your current job, or at a highly competitive company with multiple interview rounds or a panel of interviewers, you might feel lost. What can you do to slant the odds in your favor and make sure the interview isn't completely overwhelming
Why this will benefit you
Interview coaching can increase your chances of getting a job for many reasons. Coaching gives you experience in answering many different Interview questions and pretending to interact with potential employers. Your coach can provide you with valuable feedback that will help you improve your responses during interviews.
The more you practice with a coach, the more confident you will be. A coach can give you the tools to feel confident and self-assured going into any interview.
You may find an interview coach particularly useful if:
You get extremely nervous before interviews: Practicing with a coach can help you feel more comfortable and prepared.
You get interviews but no offers: An interview coach may be able to reveal what's going wrong. Perhaps you're failing to trumpet your accomplishments or to show off the correct skills.
It's been years since your last interview: A coach can help you rehearse and rediscover those skills you haven't used for some time.
You have an "issue": Did you get fired from your last job? Are you switching fields or industries? An interview coach can teach you how to address these topics during interviews.
You've got an interview lined up for your dream job: Want to feel extra-confident during your interview for your dream position? You may need targeted practice with a coach to gain an edge.
How much it cost me?