Pass Any Job Interviews and Negotiate a Higher Salary
What you'll learn
- Job interview
- Salary negotiation
- Have a career goal and understand which jobs to apply
Job interviews and salary negotiation are essential skills for professionals to get a higher salary. Many people don’t realize that they can get a better job by mastering these two skills.
Attending more than 300 job interviews globally, Sam Ng created a method to get an excellent job offer. He used this method to increase his salary by more than 50% in 2019. This method allows professionals to increase the possibility to pass any job interviews and get better pay.
Section 1: Introduction
You can get a better job and a higher salary
The roadmap for getting a high salary job
Section 2: Job Interview Training
Job interview flow
How to introduce yourself
Section 3: How to answer difficult questions
Tips for answering difficult questions
Why do you want to leave your current company?
What are your weaknesses?
What has been the biggest failure/mistake in your career so far?
What is an example of difficulties you have faced in your own job?
What do you see yourself doing 5 years from now?
How do you handle Angry Customers?
What sort of person do you find difficult to work with?
How do you handle pressure or stress?
Why haven’t you achieved more in your career?
How kinds of tasks you don’t’ want to do?
What concerns do you have about working for us?
Section 4: Salary Negotiation
Who this course is for:
- People who wants to increase their salary via job changing
Sam Ng is a certified PfMP, PMP, Scrum Master, ITIL4 strategic leader, and AWS solution architect. As a subject matter expert in project management, he has assisted many organizations in
improving business operation models.
Additionally, Sam has a master's degree in eCommerce and Internet Computing from The University of Hong Kong. In 2019, he further studied a business program with Harvard University Online. In 2020, Sam started to pursue an MBA with the University of Illinois.
In project management, he has served as an agile coach, project manager, and portfolio manager in numerous efforts for Fortune 500 and public sector clients, including Accenture, Domino's Pizza, A.S. Watson Group, Hong Kong Town Gas, and Prudential. Before his work in project management, he participated in implementation for large scale eCommerce systems.
Sam resides in Tokyo, Japan, and speaks English, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, and German.