Perform Due Diligence before every interview
Go beyond following the do’s and don’ts of interviewing. Taking a more in-depth and critical approach to prepare for your interview.
Research the company, job, and interviewers
Outline your strengths and weaknesses against the job qualifications
Identify professional accomplishments and failures to share
Familiarize yourself with the STAR method to answer questions
Prepare for Difficult Interview Questions
Why is there an employment gap in your work history?
Can you describe a time your work was criticized?
Why do you want to leave your current organization?
What are your weaknesses?
Why were you terminated from your employer?
Make a Lasting Impression
Create a portfolio of
Purchase the company’s product or familiarize yourself with the company’s service and create an agenda to discuss
Role play an interview session as not only the candidate, but also as the interviewer
Prepare a closing statement that artfully, but aggressively, asks for the job
Call your new manager to offer thanks for the opportunity and verbally accept the position. A phone call starts the process of building a positive working and trusting relationship.
Review the offer letter to ensure there are no surprises in title, salary, benefits and start date.
Sign and send offer letter to your new manager and the new HR manager