|Home | What is NLP | Articles | Testimonials
Services | FAQ | About | Contact | Brochure
Specialization: Preparing for Job Interviews
I provide coaching to job applicants for successful job interviewing strategies and skills. Using the tools of NLP, getting the right match between your next job, the company, and you is more of a science and less of a worry.
Some of the issues we address are:
- Choosing Your Next Job to Further Your Career
- Strategies, Salaries vs. Titles, Corporate Cultures
- The Purpose of Resumes, Interviews and Offers
- Understanding the Process Flow
- Mistakes to Avoid
- Common Traps and Pitfalls
- Things to Remember
- And Things to Forget
- Establishing Instant Rapport with Your Interviewer
- The NLP Edge
- How to Successfully Compete with Other Applicants
- It's Not Always About Qualifications
- What Do They Really Want?
- How to Read Between the Lines in a Job Description
- What to Expect from Multiple Interviewers for One Position
- Corporate Politics in the Hiring Process
- Preparing for The Toughest Interview Questions
- Don't Be Caught By Surprise
- Rehearsing Your Interview with A Pro
- Getting It In Your Muscles
- What to Say and What Not to Say in an Interview
- And How to Say and Not-Say It
- When Do You Talk About Money?
- How to Get The Best Salary & Benefits
- How To Decide If You Really Want the Job
- When Should You Walk Away from A Job Offer?
- How to Know If You'll Fit In with A Company or Department
- Gauging Your Fit With The People And Culture
- How to Know What to Wear
- And What Not to Wear
- Timing – When to Leave Your Present Job
- And When to Stick With It
- The Pros and Cons of Using a Headhunter
- The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
- Preparation and Materials
- How Much to Prepare and Take With You
- Dealing with Worst Case Scenarios
- Receptionists, Interviewers from Hell, Inadequate Offers, The "No" Word
I highly recommend that you call me at least two weeks before your job interview. I know that isn't always possible, but if you are looking for your next job (or even your first one), you know right now that there will be an interview. Plan ahead, get the edge, and call today.
. . .