An interview is not a one-way street where only the interviewer asks a lot of questions. In this episode, I show you a simple, 5-step approach to asking the right questions to help you determine whether the company, the role and the work environment are a good fit for you.
Employers ask behavioral interview questions to predict future performance based on past performance. In this episode, I show you how to pick the right example and use the STAR method, a simple, four step approach to formulating convincing answers to any behavioral questions.
Being asked about your background is an excellent opportunity to tell a story that leads to you being the natural choice for the new job. In this episode, I show you how you can compellingly summarize your background and set yourself apart from other candidates with a simple 4-step approach.
How well candidates fit into the company’s culture is as important for the hiring manager as their skills and experiences. In this episode, I show you a simple 5-step approach to help you craft an answer to the common interview question “How would you describe yourself?” that shows that you are the right candidate for the job.
In this blog post, I share a simple five-step process for crafting a compelling answer that will impress your future employer.
In this blog post, I help you decide on the best strategy to negotiate your salary.
A good answer to the question “Why do you want this job?” can significantly increase your chances of success at your next job interview. But what’s the perfect answer to this common interview question?
This episode includes a five-step approach to acing questions about your skills and qualifications. It is crucial to promote those skills that provide most value to the employer and to mitigate potential concerns in case there are any competences that are demanded but that you currently do not possess. I show you a simple way to cover all these aspects.
Having a convincing vision about your future at the new company can be crucial to getting an offer. In this episode, I explain why this question is asked, and I show you a simple, five-step approach to answering it in a compelling way.
Contrary to what most candidates believe, hiring managers don’t ask this question to find a weak spot to hold against you. Rather, they ask you this in order to get to know you better and to understand whether or not you are self-aware and open to improvement.