The Job Search Solution #2
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- Prepare for job interviews
- Non-traditional job intervIews (Skype, video-call, etc)
- Making an impression during your interview
- Presenting yourself during any type of job interview
- Actively preparing for the job search
- This is #2 of the Job Search Solution, although they do not have to be viewed in order, #1 will help you be successful with the interviewing process.
The Job Search Solution is the process to get a job!
Learn Tony Beshara's proven system, which has helped more than 100,000 people find a new job.
There are three major reasons people have trouble finding a job. They don't know what to do! They don't know how to do it! They don't do enough of it! A recent survey found that 86% of a group of 15,000 job seekers were resorting to only two activities to find a job...calling a few friends and sending resumes to internet job postings. The Job Search Solution explains exactly what to do for an effective job search well beyond these two fruitless activities. It details exactly how to do all of the right things to land a job, and it helps you manage the process so you do enough of it. It is an intense, systematic, step-by-step process.
In this Course #2
In this section, we will discuss how to prepare for those non-traditional interviews. We will discuss Skype and Video Interviews, the phone interview and also job search in relation to the internet. We will discuss important aspects of the job interview like your body language, voice, and presenting yourself. You will also leave this course with essential questions to end the interview with
- Anyone looking for a job, needs help with preparing for an interview
- Focus on video-conference, skype and any non-traditional job interviews
The fact that this is one of the few job search programs developed by somebody who’s actually in the trenches, finding people jobs on a daily basis, makes all the difference. What we discuss and share with you is not theoretical. It is advice that comes from experience. Since 1973, I’ve personally found more than 8,500 people jobs – one candidate at a time and one job opportunity at a time.
How to respect the phone interview and a few communications key points associated that can help you be more prepared.
Keeping it Professional and being aware of what you are doing can help you be more successful.
Phone Interview Tips:
Use a landline if available
Be sure your cell phone is charged
Set a specific time for the interview
Answer the phone enthusiastically
Find out before hand who is doing the interview
Dress up for a telephone interview
Your attitude in a phone conversation is much more professional in a suit
Your personal online social presence has an impact on any current jobs and any future job offerings.
We have found that more and more candidates are getting researched online as a means of screening you prior to and even after your interview.
It is best to google yourself and clean up you digital footprint.
Beware: Anything on the internet may be discovered by a potential employer.
Using stories weaved in and out of your interviews and presentations help you get remembered and also create connections between you and the hiring authority.
Types of Stories:
Who am I Stories
Why am I Here Stories
I Know What You’re Thinking Stories
Psychologists claim that body language can account for up to 50% of what we communicate. Interviewing is already stressful enough. So, the right or wrong body language can make or break an interview. This videos will help you with the right body language.
Body Language Do Not's:
Flailing arms while speaking
Rubbing your head or neck
Rubbing or touching your nose
Fillers in your speech pattern can adversely change your chances of getting hired. Watch this video and see if these apply to you and how you might consider corrections prior to your next interview experience.
Fillers you need to get out of your vocabulary:
Let Me Be Transparent
The Truth Is
Documents a Candidate Can Use in the Interview Process
These “collateral materials” reinforce a candidate’s value. Preparing a 90-day business plan, or a strategic value proposition, for instance, can show that the candidate “goes the extra mile.”
It’s very important that a job candidate be prepared for being asked what questions they might have at the end of the interview.
Questions to Ask
Be sure to mix some personal questions in with the business questions. We have provided a list of business questions that you can start with.
Important Questions to Ask
When you are involved in the interviewing process you’re going to ask lots of give-and-take questions. In the final analysis you need to know if you are a serious contender for the position. The only way you are going to know that is by asking some very blunt and to the point questions.
The Questions You NEED to Ask When Closing the Interview
Are there any questions I need to answer about my experience or background?
Do you have any concerns about my ability to the do the job?
How do I stack up against the other candidates you have interviewed?
What do I need to do to get the job?