Reaching the end of the Job Seeking Process and Negotiations
What you'll learn
- Understand the difference between initial interviews and follow-up interviews.
- Evaluate the job offer and negotiate for the best job offer
- Top mistakes candidates make when they think they will get a job offer, but don't actually have one
- Reaching the final interviewing process and ultimately the job offer
- To be in the process of interviewing for jobs
- Benefitial to take all the courses in the Job Search Solution
The novice and experienced job seeker think there is no difference between initial interviews and follow-up interviews. Therefore, they do poorly on initial interviews. The second big mistake candidates make is doing poorly on follow-up interviews. Follow-up interviews are like the postseason playoff games in sports. There’s a great deal more intensity and they are quite different than most people imagine. This Tutorial prepares the job seeker to be successful in follow-up and final interviews. In this session we cover The Top 10 Mistakes Candidates make on subsequent interviews. We also discuss today’s hiring environment and what to expect.
This tutorial teaches how to resign with grace and style preserving integrity and character.
We will also discuss the process of receiving, accepting and negotiating a job offer. The techniques of negotiating that you will learn in this tutorial will guarantee the best possible job offer.
The message is to focus on the process of getting a job rather than the result itself. As we stated in the beginning I know that looking for a job as a very difficult process and everybody approaches a little differently and it always takes an emotional toll. Just remember that everything involved in finding a job is very simple… Very very simple. It just isn’t very easy.
Who this course is for:
- Any job seeker that has made it past the initial interview
- Someone interviewing a job that is having a hard time reaching the job offer
Tony Beshara is the owner and president of Babich & Associates, established in 1952 and is the oldest placement and recruitment service in Texas. It is consistently one of the top contingency placement firms in the DFW area, as recognized by the Dallas Ft. Worth Business Journal. He has been a professional recruiter since 1973 and has personally found jobs for more than 10,000 individuals. He sits behind a desk every day, working the phone literally seven hours of the twelve hours a day, making and receiving 200 calls a day. He is in the trenches on a day-to-day basis. Tony has personally interviewed more than 26,000 people on all professional levels and has worked with more than 23,000 hiring authorities. Babich and Associates has helped more than 100,000 people find jobs using Tony's process. Tony is one of the most successful placement and recruitment professionals in the United States. Tony received his Ph.D. in Higher Education from St. Louis University in 1973.
Tony has written four best selling books on how to find a job: The Job Search Solution, now in its second edition; Acing the Interview; Unbeatable Resumes; and Powerful Phrases for Successful Interviews. His fifth work, to be published in late summer of 2014, 100,000 Successful Hires, The Art, Science and Luck of Successful Hiring addresses the "other side" of the desk with advice to hiring authorities on the best hiring practices. Tony also hosts a daily radio show, "The Job Search Solution" on KVCE, 1160 AM in Dallas, every Monday thru Friday from 7:30am to 8:00am. Tony and his beautiful wife Chrissy have been married since 1969 and have four grown sons.