Get Your Dream Job - Interview Tips, Training & Techniques
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- Understand the Types and Formats of Interviews
- Know What the Goals of an Interview Are
- Prepare for Interviews Correctly
- Feel Comfortable in Interviews
- Be Confident in Interviews
- Ask the Right Questions in Interviews
- Tell a Clear Story in Interviews
- Turn the Interview Into a Friendly Conversation
- Nothing is required
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What you get from this Job Interview course:
- Lifetime access to the course
- Access to all updates and new material at no extra charge
- 30 day money-back guarantee
- My time to answer any questions or help in every way I can
- Video lectures, printouts, lecture guides, examples, references, and more
- Ability to watch on your computer or mobile device
- A course with Resume review examples completely FREE
- Another Resume Writing course at a big discount
Why this course is valuable to you:
- It explains the goal of most interviews so you can actually prepare correctly
- It explains the different types of interviews so you aren't caught off guard
- It shows you how to prepare for interviews so you have confidence and can relax
- It shows you how to act during the interviewer so the interviewer is at ease
- It gives you many possible interview scenarios so you have an idea of what to expect
- It gives you several examples of how to answer questions to get you started
- The course goal is to help you Get Your Dream Job
About the course:
The goal of this course is to help you get a job offer for your dream job. To get great offers you have to ace the interview, so this course shows you how to do that. More than just covering interview etiquette, the course will explain what REALLY matters in interviews from my perspective, and I've been involved in many, many interviews on both sides of the table. The course can help you in your career development so you are more prepared for all interview situations and more likely to get your dream job offer from the interview.
We will go through some sample interview questions, but the goal of this course is not to provide possible answers for potential interview questions! Instead it is about giving you the tools you need to answer any question you're asked, and make a strong impression regardless of whether you practiced 200 sample questions or not.
I want this course to help you advance and succeed in your career so if you don't find it valuable you can get a full refund for the first 30 days
Who should take this course:
- Students looking for internships
- Students looking for full-time roles
- MBA students
- People interested in Career Development
- Working professionals thinking about a new role or a new company
- Anyone that would like to learn more about interviewing
- Introduction and Overview
- Interview Basics: Types of, Reasons for, Formats, Types of Questions
- Interview Preparation
- Interview Mastery
- Interview Checklists: Recap and Handout
- Interview Question: Examples worked out
- Next Steps: Landing Your Dream Job & Being Successful
I sure don't have everything figured out, but I've had a lot of experience being interviewed, interviewing others, and helping other folks be successful in their interviews. There is a lot of information out there on how to ace your interview. But in my experience much of it is either very generic (i.e. have a good handshake), or very specific (i.e. an example answer to one possible interview question). The perspective I will share with you is 100% my own and it is based solely on my experience. Everything I give you comes from real-life:
- What has helped me get a lot of great offers
- What I've seen help other people land fantastic jobs
- The mistakes I've seen people make that I've been interviewing
I'm confident it will help you as well, so why not Take This Course today and start knocking your interviews out of the park before somebody else gets that job offer!
- Students looking for an internship
- Students looking for their first full-time role
- MBA students
- Working professionals thinking about a new role or different company
- Anyone interested in learning more about interviewing
Welcome to the course!
In this introductory lecture I will go over who the course is for, why it is such an important topic, and who I am.
Overview of the course outline and how to get the most from the lectures
Why the different types of interviews are used, and what the goal of them is
Goal: Show you what the goal of the interview is from the company's perspective so you will know what you need to do to stand out
Conclusion of our discussion on Case Interviews
** Because Case Interviews are more specialized and much less common we won't discuss them anymore after this lecture. This course is primarily about the fit/behavioral interviews that you will encounter in nearly every hiring process.
This is NOT about how to answer specific questions - It IS about being a good communicator so you don't make the common mistakes that will be very costly to you during the interview
Goal: Communicate during the interview with professionalism and respect that will set you apart from the majority of your peers
A recap of this section of the course that ties together the main concepts
Goal: Remind you that although many of the points discussed in this course seem to be common sense, they really are NOT that common, and so it's the best way to distinguish yourself from your peers and get a job offer.
One example of a very simple answer to a possible behavioral question that is answered using a STAR format and a basic example from a class project.
Actual work experience is better, but I've used a class example to show you that you can answer these questions easily even if you don't have much work experience.
Another example of a very simple answer to a possible behavioral question that is answered using a STAR format and a basic example from a class project.
Actual work experience is better, but again I've used a class example to show you that you can answer these questions easily even if you don't have much work experience.
An example of how to work out a simple guesstimation or brainteaser question. We don't really cover these much in this course, but wanted you to have an idea of what this sort of question looks like, and how to approach solving it.
Showing/telling HOW you are going about solving the problem, and clearly stating your assumptions is more important than having the exact right numerical solution.
This shows one reason it is always important to take a pen and paper with you to the interview. It would be hard for the interviewer to follow you (and for you to keep track of your thoughts) if you tried to do this verbally.
Eight pages of sample interview questions that you might encounter. Although the list is not comprehensive, it will help you get an idea of what sort of questions you will be asked.
I don't really think you have to practice all of these (of course that is up to you) but I do recommend trying to answer any that seem especially difficult for you.
For most cases, following a logical approach to answering (like STAR) will serve you well. See the lectures in the previous section for examples.
A list of oddball interview questions taken with permission from Glassdoor.com
These lists were made by Glassdoor by going through thousands of interview questions that their users provided them and finding the most odd ones. It never hurts to be prepared!