How Do You Prepare for an Interview?
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How Do You Prepare For A Job Interview?
If I were to ask you to write up 20 pages for your next interview (yes, really) on the company, why you’re a great fit, and what you’re going to say and do during the interview, could you do it? I doubt it.
But if you could, how likely would it be that you would get the offer? The answer you’re looking for is: VERY. The right job interview prep is a make-or-break factor in your success in today's competitive market.
The good news is—you don’t have to come up with 20 pages on your own. We’ve done it for you.
Get this book to make sure that you are super prepared for your next interview. Go through it. You will be so much better prepared for your interview.
It will change the way you feel and how you perform.
You will get the offer!!
It’s called the Career Confidential Interview Prep Kit.
You can download these worksheets from Career Confidential by accessing the link in the book.
This is NOT “Interviewing 101.” This is professional-level job interview prep that will put you on top:
What's important when “researching the company”
Insightful questions to ask that uncover what you really need to know
Powerful ways to answer common interview questions
Most critical Interview Do’s and Don’ts
It is all in here....
Peggy McKee - CEO Career Confidential
This is the guide to everything you should be doing BEFORE the interview. Our Interview Prep Kit will turn you into the confident, prepared candidate who gets the job.
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do yourself a time-saving favor and set up a Google Alert. Google alerts emailed you with updates of whatever you ask it for. Enter the name of the company, and every time it appears in a web article, it will get emails to your Inbox. Just go to www.google.com/alerts and set it up. It’s easy. Go to the company’s website. Most company websites offer really helpful sections like “About Us,” their products or services, their mission, and maybe even their management teams. The “About Us” or the
say, “What spare time?” and you’ll have a pretty clear idea that you won’t have any, either. What things really drive results in this company? This is a great strategic question. If you’ve ever heard of the 80/20 rule, you know that 20% of any given effort usually produces 80% of the results. What are the most important actions within that company? This is going to make a big impression on the interviewer, because they will see you as someone who can think strategically, cares about
productivity and focuses on results. And when they tell you, you can hopefully point out how something you’ve done in the past is similar to what they need for results… so you can connect the dots for them about how you’re a great fit. Why would a candidate want to work for you instead of your competitor and why would they stay? You are giving them an opportunity to sell you on the position now and to give you some ideas about whether the job would be right for you. How do you plan
them and not that you just want a job. Your answer to this question should sound like, “I want to join this company because…” and then list at least 3 reasons why. The first one should show fit in terms of professional skills: “I can see where my skill sets would benefit you in this role, and I would also benefit personally, professionally, and financially from that. If I can come in here and fix this problem for you, I’m sure you’ll have other problems I can fix down the road, and that looks