Modern Job Interview Preparation, Tips & Tricks Masterclass
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Modern Job Interview Preparation, Tips & Tricks Masterclass

Solution for Introverts, Job Search, Dress Code, Stress, Phone, Group, & Dining Interview, Rehears & Find Job Referrals
3.9 (13 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
6,137 students enrolled
Created by Nafeez Imtiaz
Last updated 3/2019
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This course includes
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • 1 article
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • 7 New Interview Tips That Will Help You Get Hired Quickly
  • Top Strategies for a Successful Job Search
  • Job Interview Tips for Introverts
  • Most Common Interview Mistakes to Avoid
  • How to Minimize Interview Stress
  • How to Face Group/Panel Interview
  • Phone Interviews Tips and Tricks
  • How to Sell Yourself during a Job Interview
  • Dress Code Tips for Interview Success
  • The Best Way to Thank an Interviewer
  • What to Do If You Can't Answer an Interview Question
  • Tips for Interviewing While Dining
  • Polish Your Look with Easy Accessories
  • How to Rehears for an Job Interview
  • How to Ask for a Job Referral
  • Quick Tips for Impressing Your Interviewer
Requirements
  • No knowledge is required
  • Just come with an open mind, commitment and willingness to implement the strategies & concepts in the real world
Description

Modern businesses are hiring for culture, not just skills. Having a spot-on resume and cover letter is necessary, but it’s only the one third of the battle. Who you are as a person is just as important to your next employer as what you can do for them.

Most of us have been taught a specific traditional method for job interviewing. Once we learn the traditional method, it can be hard to change our approach!

We have been trained to sit meekly in our chair and answer each question as it is asked of us, similar to an oral exam in school.

We think that a successful job interview is one where we answer the interview questions succinctly and we don't embarrass ourselves. However, that is not a successful interview. When you answer questions meekly and then fall silent, waiting for the next question, you are setting yourself up to be forgotten entirely within an hour of the interview's end!

Interviewers meet a lot of candidates. You won't stick out and be memorable unless you make the interviewer think. That's exactly what a modern interview approach can make a difference!

A story written by one of my previous trainee (Ms. Daniela Silva from Sydney, Australia) at a prominent blog site,

“Since I started interviewing in 2015, I have been rejected by almost 20 companies. I have been selected by 3.

I have interviewed at everyone's favorite tech company in Sydney thrice, and failed. I have interviewed at a major social network thrice, and failed. I have interviewed at two major online retailers, another global internet company, a device manufacturer and a wireless modem company. I have failed in all of them.

It has generally been the same story. I would breeze through phone rounds, do well enough in on-site interviews that I would have a lot of hope, and then I'd get a friendly rejection e-mail.

The nice folks at Sydney told me before the latest round that my performance in the past round was pretty good, and they wanted to reconsider me. Afterwards they told me that my performance was pretty good, but unfortunately they were moving forward with other candidates. But they would reconsider me.

I was at a point where my dream job continued to be a tease, and that was it.

At one point I thought I should just give up engineering and become a singer.

My friends told me that I lacked confidence, and that was true. But how could I gain confidence? What if I know I am not good enough?

After I joined Mr. Imtiaz in a career seminar, he saw my plight and decided to mock interview me. His feedback was outstanding and life changing!

That was the "Aha!" moment, and from then I rocked the interview every time.”

Who this course is for:
  • Who's honestly able to recognize the truth that they haven't yet mastered the art of interview
Course content
Expand 22 lectures 02:47:55
+ Interview Preparation, Tips & Tricks
22 lectures 02:47:54
Tips for Researching Companies Before Interview
07:56
Phone Interview Tips & Tricks
06:26
Do's and Don'ts during the Phone Interview
04:25
How to Face Group & Panel Interview
09:08
Tips for Interviewing While Dining
06:12
Most Common Interview Mistakes to Avoid
10:33
7 Interview Tips That Will Help You Get Hired Quickly
09:14
Polish Your Look with Easy Accessories
04:29
What to Do If You Can't Answer an Interview Question
05:09
Brush Up Your Interview Skill
15:40
How to Minimize Interview Stress
06:08
How to Prepare for a Job Interview
10:58
Top Strategies for a Successful Job Search
06:10
Quick Tips for Impressing Your Interviewer
05:35
How to Sale Yourself during a Job Interview
07:34
Job Interview Tips for Introverts
06:26
The Best Way to Thank an Interviewer
05:23
Dress Code Tips for Interview Success
25:45
Interview Question Sample
00:32