Learn what it takes to be successful at interviewing
Interviewing is not something that we do every day and when we do, we are up against other people that have all passed the same criteria. So what is it that will make you shine above the rest?
As a communication skills expert I am often invited to sit on interview panels and it has been from this experience and through my research and training on how humans connect and make decisions, I, working with professionals from one of the largest recruitment companies in the world have developed this course for you.
This course steps you through the whole process from:
In this course the 12 Steps to Interview Success we look at what you need to know to walk in with confidence and a changed mind set. Awareness and focus so that you make less mistakes and a presence about you that will tip the scales on your side.
Plus you will learn, enjoy and have a skill to use outside of interviewing...
Welcome to the 12 Steps of Interview Success! In this short lecture you will get to meet Phill Cronin, your course facilitator, and gain an understanding of the basis of this course and its main outcomes.
Communication is a Game changer! In this lecture we will cover how powerful effective communication can be in an interview situation and the six key areas of focus that you need to be mindful of throughout the completion of this course.
Preparing yourself mentally for an interview is just as important as the structured preparations you will need to do. This lecture covers four key points to help you mentally prepare for your interview, how this relates to developing a positive communication style and why this is so important.
Before you apply for any role you need to be clear on what the employer is looking. In this lecture we will explore why this is so important and how to discover this information by working through a detailed example of breaking down a sample job advertisement.
This lecture covers techniques to help you discover your motivations for applying for a particular role and why it is important that you are clear on this before going into any interview.
In this lecture we will explore the best way to help you prepare for those often dreaded interview questions and how to look at this aspect of the interview process in a different, more positive light. Here you will learn some of the most commonly asked interview questions and strategies to help you respond to questions confidently and with conviction in your interview.
In this lecture we'll cover a powerful technique to help you respond effectively to those tricky interview questions that are looking to discover any weaknesses you have.
An interview is not just about the interviewee responding to questions asked by the interviewer(s). In this short lecture we'll discuss the benefit of you preparing a few of your own questions to ask the interviewers.
In this short lecture, we'll cover some key points you need to take into consideration when deciding what to wear to your interview. As simple as it sounds, this is very important to ensure a successful interview and we'll cover the reasons why it's so important.
Would you attend an interview for a role you applied for without understanding what the company does? If you did, how do you think this would affect the outcome of your interview? In this lecture you will discover three key areas of research you need to do before your interview and how doing (or not doing) your research will impact your success.
You are being assessed from the very first contact that you have with your potential future employer. In this lecture discover tips to help you create a great first impression, despite the employer not having met you in person as yet.
In this lecture learn strategies to help you stay on top of your nerves and reduce any unneccesary stress on the day of our interview.
Review this four point checklist as a reminder for your "On the Day" pre-interview preparation.
In this lecture you will learn techniques to help you create a great first impression with your interviewers on the day of your interview before they even get to asking you any questions.
Being present in the interview is a powerful technique to help build the interviewer's confidence in you. How? In this lecture we'll cover five key techniques that will help you to avoid being distracted by your own thoughts during the interview, allowing you to truly listen to what the interviewers are saying.
In this lecture we'll broadly cover the importance of body language in effective communication. We'll go over some of the main non-verbal cues to be aware of both in yourself and the interviewers and appropriate reactions to these cues to improve your chances of a successful interview.
Selling yourself is not an easy task. This lecture helps you to see this process from a different perspective and feel more comfortable about selling yourself to the interview panel, without seeming over confident.
This lecture will cover the importance of making a great lasting impression with the interview panel and the steps you need to take to wrap your interview successfully.
Hi there, name is Phill Cronin and I am a communication skills expert and founder of Cronin Communication, an organisation focused on the research and development of how we communicate and connect with others. I have been training in this area for nearly seven years. - If you want to know more about me click on the LinkedIn icon to the left under my photo.
Due to my skills in reading body language and my ability to profile people’s communication styles, I am regularly invited to sit on interview panels to assess the candidates. It has been from this experience as well as working with one of the world’s leading recruitment companies that has helped us to develop this powerful and proven program that will give you the edge in any interview scenario.
The core of our training is based around two key areas; Neuroscience, which parts of the brain do what and why, and Psychology - why we behave the way we do? Many of the concepts in this course relating to neuroscience and psychology are based on the well documented research of recognised PhD scholars such as Daniel Goleman’s work on emotional and social intelligence, Daniel Kahneman on decision making and Alan Pease and Paul Ekman (Lie to me) on body language and micro expressions. It is through my research of these subjects along my own research and experiences that has led me to the development of the Connection Code, which is a communication styles profiling tool that looks at how you are able to create another person’s confidence in you and the impact that this has on their decision making.
In essence how you communicate during an interview will affect your success rate….. and its not just about the words and what you say, more how you say it.