Ex-Hiring Manager & Interview Skills Coach will show You on How To Land The Job You Want and Deserve!
And the best part? You can get an enormous edge over your competition by practicing simple interview skills in just two to four sessions.
Kirk Pennington, The Interview Skills Coach, with over 15 years of experience hiring people and 10 years of coaching people on interviewing skills, will help prepare you to ace your next interview!
Interview skills rarely improve by reading tips and techniques. To really improve your interview and presentation skills you have to practice. Practicing with an experienced coach who will give you honest, constructive, and immediate feedback is the quickest and most effective way to improve your interview skills.
Today is one of the most challenging times for job seekers in decades…
We’ve seen the headlines. Unemployment rates are the highest in decades, and jobs are being lost at a rate not seen since the 1970’s.
When you walk out of your next interview…
Will you feel excited about landing your dream job? Or, will you have that upset feeling that you blew your chance?
It’s Not About How Qualified You Are!
You may be extremely qualified for the position you want and still not get the job by making a few mistakes that are completely avoidable.
After interviewing over 1,000 applicants during the past 15 years, I can tell you that most people have no idea the mistakes they are making.
But once you learn what they are and understand what really makes an interview work well, making the proper adjustments in your interview skills is quite easy. With a little bit of practice and coaching, I guarantee you’ll catapult yourself ahead of other applicants as a result.
Despite all the feelings of anxiety and judgment associated with an interview, employers are really just asking you those questions to find out one thing: who is the best person for the job?
In fact, you may be vastly more qualified than any of the other applicants. But if you don’t connect with the interviewer and help them see that, you’ll be throwing yourself back into the “hunt” before they close the door on your way out.
In order to successfully show the interviewer you’re the best person for the job, you need to first understand three things:
What is the employer really looking for?
What is the interviewer really asking?
And how can I best communicate what I can do for the company?
As a trained interview coach, I can help you with these three questions to give you the absolute best shot at getting that job. I work one-on-one with clients as well as small groups. After we discuss the “do’s and don’ts” of the interview process, we will then do mock interviews. I will coach you and give you very honest and straight feedback on how to improve your interviewing skills. We will keep working together until you feel comfortable, confident, and ready to go out and get your dream job! This could take two sessions or up to five sessions, or an all day course; it’s up to you.
During our sessions, I will coach you on:
How to mentally prepare for the interview, before it starts.
How to be authentic; show the interviewer the real you.
How to dress appropriately for an interview (overdressing or looking too casual may hurt your chances of getting the job).
How to walk into your next interview with total confidence, even if it’s been years since your last interview.
How long you should take to answer the interviewer’s questions.
How to answer difficult questions.
How to answer questions without sounding scripted.
How to tell if your interview is on the right track, and how to save yourself if things start going bad.
The three hardest questions to answer in an interview that most people mess up and how to answer them properly.
How to deal with interview anxiety.
How to let your interviewer know that you REALLY want the job, without coming across as desperate or needy.
How to stand out from the rest of the candidates by demonstrating your unique skills and qualities.
What to do after the interview is complete to increase your chances of getting a call back.
How to research a company before going on a job interview.
Kirk Pennington, Interview Skills Coach