Prepare for every type of interview, including phone, in-person, virtual, and panel interviews, and learn how to navigate questions regarding salary negotiations, career gaps, and your suitability for the role.
Improve verbal and non-verbal communication skills and develop mental fluidity to adapt to dynamic interview environments, build a connection with the interviewer, and highlight your competence.
Learn to deliver compelling and impactful responses to competency-based, behavioural, predictive, and situational interview questions to help you overcome interview-anxiety and build confidence.
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Being anxious during an interview is completely normal. However, it’s important to keep in mind how your body language can project your emotions to the interviewer— whether nervousness, boredom, or lack of commitment, or positive signals like confidence and conviction in your ability to perform the role. We train you on the best strategies on how to communicate effectively using both your voice as well as your body to fully convey your message to any prospective employer.
Our collaborative coaching methods will help guide you on the best ways to verbally communicate your strongest skills and abilities, as well as your technical expertise for the position you are interviewing for. We train you on how to organize your thoughts, explore strategies to keep every answer brief, concise, and more importantly, positive no matter the situation.
While every opportunity is unique, most interviews incorporate the following types of questions - Behavioral, Situational, Open-ended, and Performance-based questions. Each category has its own strategy, and you must be ready to mentally adapt and keep up with the “flow” of the conversation.
Behavioural/Situational interview questions help employers determine your skills and abilities, such as problem-solving, critical thinking and communication in a given professional setting or situation. They also give insight into how you may respond to future situations.
Examples of Behavioural/Situational interview questions:
"Tell us about a time you had a conflict with a manager, colleague or team member. How did you handle it?"
"Tell us about a time you made a mistake that affected a customer or the team. How did you solve the problem?"
"Tell us a time you had to make an unpopular decision at work and how you implemented it."
"Tell us about a creative solution you implemented to solve a complex problem."
The STAR method is an interview technique that helps you organize your responses, communicate key anecdotes, and deliver a highly-effective narrative of how you overcame previous challenges successfully.
STAR stands for
Situation: Describe the situation or context of your example.
Task: Define your responsibilities in addressing the concern.
Action: Highlight your initiative in taking action to help resolve the situation.
Result: Showcase the positive result/outcome