Interview Preparation & Mock Interview
Second to your resume, the interview is an essential part of the job search process. Become aware of your strengths—and areas requiring improvement—through practice before the actual interview with a potential employer. Hiring managers use different interviewing techniques: Behavioral Interview, Panel/Committee Interview, Case Interview, Telephone Interview, etc. Know how to handle each type and understand what the employer really wants to know. What we cover:
1) Your job search goals via telephone in order to elaborate on your job interview preparation questionnaire answers.
2) Learn and practice how to sell yourself and avoid the pitfalls that highly qualified people experience during the interview process.
3) Brush up on and learn how to prepare for the Interview; minimize anxiety and the tendency to stumble over your words.
4) Receive a thorough written critique of your mock job interview within 24 hours, which assesses your interviewing strengths and weaknesses and includes specific recommendations for improving the effectiveness of your job interview