Second Interview Coaching Tips to Get the Job

You know how nervous you get for the first interview, but your second #interview you must be strategic in your approach when you meet with this employer again.

If you have gone through any of my one-one-one #interviewcoaching sessions, then you will have notes from the first interview to use in the second interview. If you want to work with me one-on-one, then go here to start the process.

There’s some other tips discussed in the video, but ultimately, preparation and research is paramount.

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Only Focus on What You Can Control

When going through the process of looking and #interviewing for career opportunities, there are parts you have absolutely no control over. For example, the candidate the business owner or HR personnel ultimately chooses to fill their #careeropportunity or the company budget determining if the company can afford to offer this #job opportunity….

There’s quite a bit you can control, such as the way you present yourself before, during and after an #interview. Looking for additional help to make sure you give the best & most professional impression, go here to help you fully prepare you all aspects of the interview process.

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Communicate Your Value in the Marketplace

Understanding how to handle yourself when interacting with business owners & #hr during the #jobinterview process is very important. Your level of #professionalism and asking the right questions can determine how lucrative the #jobopportunity can truly be.

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Go Where You Are Celebrated….Not Tolerated

It’s always best to have your preparation tools ready for a storm instead of being caught in a storm without any tools. The same applies to your career path and the difficulties you may experience at times. In this economic climate, ALWAYS have your #careertools ready for use.

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Salary Negotiations is a Viable Skill when looking for a job

You will need to learn the importance of attaining negotiation skills in your career and in your overall economic life. Using negotiation skills can make the difference with you giving yourself a raise or loose money with your new salary. To learn how to use #salarynegotiation skills and strategies, let’s work one-on-one by going here.

I want to make sure you have all the tools and strategies in your career track to truly win the marketplace with your current and developing skills, qualifications and knowledge.

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How Does Selling Affect your Career?

We’re all familiar with the image of the “pushy” salesperson peddling their products & services trying to force it down people’s throats…although they’ve been told “NO”…I’m not interested.

This image has damaged the true value of the art of selling. Let’s face it, we have to sell…in an #interview for your #career opportunity, in #sales presentation for a business, in showcasing #consultingservices or whatever #business transaction takes place.

Learnining how to communicate your value is extremely important and it’s no different in the #job market.

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What employers want to REALLY know in an interview

I must to be real with you. Employers are NOT interviewing you, the candidate for fun and games. They are looking for candidates to become part of their professional team & address pain points their company now is experiencing. They want to know that you have #skills, #knowledge and #workethic to solve their company problems. Keep this objective in mind when you go into your next #jobinterview.

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Are your high school or college kids ready for the workforce? Part 4

Hey awesome folks! I’m bringing the 4th and final part of the 4 Part series for #highschool and #collegekids. Share this video series with your friends & family that finds this series helpful.

Resources:

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(Part 1)

In Part 2…We talk about your #careertools and how they’re necessary in your #careerpath…to get your career tools completed…go HERE.

If you already have career tools like your #resumes #coverletters or #lettersofrecommendation to be reviewed & primed for employers to find you…go HERE

For Part 3, we talk about 2 of the 7 ways to prepare & Dominate in your next job interview. If you want to find out all 7 ways, go HERE.

In Part 4 of this video…we talked about #salarynegotiations & other areas of closing the #jobopportunities where you receive the #joboffer. If you need help with how to master these steps in your career…check out this resource HERE

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