Interview Insights: Insider’s Overview with an Interview Coach

Drum Roll please! Though I have a long history of teaching and training in person, I’ve just published by first ONLINE COURSE, available**for a limited time** for free on Skillshare CLICK HERE TO ACCESS: Interview Insights: Insider’s Overview with an Interview Coach   Learn from an experienced Interview Coach, Resume Writer & Career Guide My classes more like a conversation than a lecture to keep you interested and engaged I’m all about supporting job seekers that are looking for a mutual match, and finding a JOB YOU LOVE! (You can read what some happy clients and class participants have said about me at Read More

Interview Practice for Competitive Advantage

An interview coaching client hired me after having not interviewed for 25+ years. He now finds himself having to switch jobs. He’s a wonderful structural design engineer, who said after session #2, “This is helping so much, I really can tell this practice and your input is helping me. I already feel much more confident & comfortable answering the questions.” I guess so because he bought another 3 hour package. During the feedback about one of those tricky questions like, “Tell me about a time a co-worker or client got angry with you & how you handled it“, he said, Read More

VIDEO: How to Follow Up After a Job Interview

  So you’re sitting at home after what you THINK  (and hope!) was a good job interview — WHEW!   What now?  Here’s a few easy and effective ideas about how to follow up after an interview:       Come join the Resume Confidence PRIVATE (aka Secret) Facebook Group – Job Search Support for Success – contact me here for all the (simple & easy!) details to join! We talk about this sort of thing, and tons of other related stuff all the time – and it’s a “secret” group, meaning NO ONE outside the group can see your Read More

Simple (and Effective) Interview Tips – Part I

  Interviewing Tips – Part I of II Some of this is likely just a friendly reminder, but, it never hurts to hear it again (we can forget things if we’re out of practice, or, when we’re nervous!) Do a ‘dry run’ ahead of time to see how long it takes you to get to the interview location, and what awaits you . . . is there adequate parking?  Will you have to walk a long distance?  Do you know which is the correct building? Try to go at the same time of day as the interview to get the Read More