Do you need help preparing for a job interview? I'll let you in on a little secret. Nobody enjoys attending job interviews. Most people get nervous before-hand. And it's extremely common to second-guess yourself after your interview and wonder whether you could have done better.
Now, I am not about to try and convince you that I can whisk your nerves away and turn you into some kind of interview-loving beast. But I can make things a little easier. I can show you ways to prepare for your interview that will help to boost your confidence and improve the way you communicate your key strengths. Sound good? Let's do this!
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Rebecca was very helpful and gave me honest and useful feedback on my interview technique. She was able to put me in the shoes of the people interviewing me, so I could understand how to come across in the best possible way. She showed me better ways to present my work history, both in my CV and during an interview, to make it easier for me to show I had relevant skills and experience for the roles I wanted. Thanks for your help, Bec!
Around 20 months ago, I was at a crossroads where I feared my career was stalling. I reached out to Bec of Pop Your Career for some advice and mentoring. We discussed my work history, and strategized some resume writing and interview techniques. We did some roll-play using the STAR Interview Method, and I partook a DISC Profile questionnaire. Together, we strengthened my responses to interview questions by better structuring my answers, and refining my talking points based on the personality traits of my interviewers.
I did not get the job which motivated me to reach out to Bec. But I did win the jobs of my second and fourth interview, and my career is back on track. Right now I work with a richly experienced and very high calibre team in a prominent Federal Government Department in an area expecting a lot of growth, and I am receiving the upskilling I desperately need. I am happy doing what I am doing and the pay is good too.