Sooner or later, everyone must face the daunting task of interviewing for a job. Whether it’s for just a job to keep your bills paid, or if it’s the dream job you’ve always wanted, there are many things that you have to remember before you can get that job that you so desire.
Hi, my name is Brent Dalley and I have written and produced this course using the same technique I have used in most of my courses: I do a lot of research to make sure my information is current and then rely on my past experiences to teach correct principles. See, the only way you know what I am telling you is true is if you can know that I have experienced what we are going to talk about first hand. I couldn’t even begin to come up with the amount of employment interviews I have conduct over my career but it is a lot. Fortunately for me I have only been interviewed a few times and most of those were years ago when I was just starting out in the business world.
I have seen it all, and heard it all many times so believe me, when I tell you something to avoid during an interview, I have personally experienced it.
Most people assume that the most important part of a job interview is showing up well groomed, but there is more to it than that. Everything that you could ever want may be riding on your behavior at a job interview. The smallest thing can mean the difference between your having a new job, or you’re still pounding the pavement trying to score a new interview.
It is common knowledge that it is generally the smallest detail that causes people to fail a job interview. The fact that you can score an interview at all shows that you already have the right stuff for the job. However, scoring the interview is merely the first step in the journey that is to get you the job of your dreams.
This course is to be your comprehensive guide to winning that job that you so crave. In following these steps, you will have all of the knowledge required to get your body through the door that you are most trying to step into. In this course, you will learn:
How to get the interview of your choice., How to prepare for the interview., How to make a great first impression., How to conduct yourself during the interview. What the most common questions are. What questions to ask your interviewer. What common mistakes you should avoid making About the post interview follow-up. Questions that interviewers cannot ask.
Then we are going to learn how to completely dominate the second interview, you know the one where you meet with the department head or someone else not connected with human resources. In this part of the course you will learn:
How to communicate with understanding, proper voice tone to use, how to effectively speak on the phone and how to determine the personality type you are meeting with. And how to adjust your approach with each for greater understanding
Who is this course for:
If you are new to the job market or a seasoned veteran looking for a new challenge this information will give you a leg up on any other job candidate, unless, of course, they are also a student of this instructional course