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

Has This Happened to You in an Interview?

  A wonderful client (okay, 99.9% of my clients are wonderful! I set it up that way!)  had an interview yesterday & sent me a note about it. She said, “..not a lot of interviewing happened, the interviewer talked a lot…” Has this ever happened to you?   It did to me once, and what it told me, in that case, anyway, was that this probably indicated a few characteristics of at least that manager (who would be my manager), and probably, then, the organization under her management style.  To me, it signaled a lack focus on details/due diligence with much Read More