It is essential to polish your interview skills, especially if you want to land your dream job. Here are common reasons that interview coaching might be just what your career needs:
Interview coaching build your confidence by helping you focus on your unique strengths enabling you to speak with conviction. Practicing and improving your responses in a supportive environment can help you develop answers you can confidently adapt during the real interview.
Interview practice can help you work on your active listening, body language and your ability to speak clearly. These skills show the interview panel you have what it takes to communicate well with your new team.
As well as practicing interview questions to help manage nerves, interview coaching focuses on developing strategies to manage the source of your specific interview anxiety.
A gap on your CV, a major career transition or job hopping may raise concerns for some interviewers. Interview coaching helps you to practice responding to challenging questions calmly and effectively.
Excessive rambling can be a distraction for both you and interviewer. Interview coaching helps you to drawn on answer frameworks to answer questions thoroughly and concisely.
Why invest in interview preparation coaching?
Everybody has their own reason for working with an interview coach.
These can include:
What specialist areas have I worked with?
Over the span of my career I’ve worked with professionals across the following sectors HealthCare, Pharmaceutical, Social Care, Information Technology, Human Resources and Professional services.