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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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.
I approached Bec, having experienced difficulties getting to the interview stage of selection processes. Bec listened to my difficulties, sat me down and not only helped me format a new eye-catching resume, but explained to me why the changes she suggested were important to a potential interviewer.
Bec’s discussion with me about changes to my resume was very useful because when I got to interview, I was clear in my own mind about what I should discuss with the interviewer, what I should expand on from my resume, and what my strengths were.
As a result, I spoke more confidently and concisely than in the past and left the interview feeling I had presented the most employable version of myself.
I would happily recommend Bec to anyone who feels they are qualified for roles but isn’t sure how to catch the potential employer’s attention.