I can personally attest to being late to interviews in my very distant past purely due to me getting lost trying to find the location of the interview. It happened once, but lost out on that opportunity. I will not say it due to being late, but I’m sure being late didn’t help my chances either.
I did not ever want to leave that to chance, so I make recommend leaving your home two hours early if the location is only 30 mins away and other ways to avoid being late for a #job inteview. I want to empower all of you to be fully prepared for your #career opportunity, without major anxiety. To make sure you are fully prepared to take advantage of your career opportunity in your next interview, check out my audio series here.
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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We’ve all either had or know someone who experienced gaps in their #employment history. The only time it become a concern is during a #jobinterview….by then…you may not be prepared with the proper response to this question.
It’s extremely important to be fully confident and prepared in responding to these and other fact finding questions before you go to the #interviews and how to handle them professionally. If you’re looking for more in-depth one-on-one #interviewprep, then go here.
Another important place to address gaps in your work history is on your resume. If you’re not sure how to structure it on your #resumes…check out my resource.
Every #jobinterview is different but you must prepare thoroughly for each one. Both you and the interviewer should be asking questions to decipher if you are a fit for their organization or is their organization a professional fit for you. The only way for you to know this is by asking key questions in the interview.
I talk about 2 of at least 15 questions specified in my self-directed #interview prep resource, which you can find here.
Looking for an additional, in-depth interview resource where you get the opportunity to work with me one-on-one? You can find my resource here.
Have general career-oriented questions? Contact me here.
Let’s be honest, if you’ve been working in the same position for a while, chances are, you have not updated your resumes. In this video, I talk about one of my clients looking make some career changes and ran into this problem. Her career tools had not been updated in at least five years, which was the length of time she has been on truck driving career path. I was able to help her by her using this resource here.
Once she her #careertools got the professional overhaul it needed, she not only applied but got the job she was looking for as part of her #career transition process….YAY!!! I’m grateful to have helped her in this process of transition.
The other resources that I shared in this video are:
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Do you want to change your career but don’t know where to start? Check out this resource here where we can cultivate your DREAM Career specifically tailored to what you know and love to do.
If you have general career and job related questions, reach out to me here….where you can leave me a voicemail message and I will return your message within 24 hours.