The interview is designed to learn more about you as a person and further confirm your qualifications while ultimately landing you a job offer. The Career Coach Institute found while certain aspects of the interview can be learned and practiced, the unique dynamics of interviews also require candidates to observe and respond to the nonverbal cues of the interviewer. That is, listening between the words that are being spoken, which can often provide invaluable insights into what the interviewer is really looking for and how they evaluate you.
We can help you successfully prepare for an interview to further confirm your work performance and how well your personal qualities fit into the organization that you are interviewing with. The Career Coach Institute found that for you to be successful, you need to prepare in several areas. WWCS will work with you in the following areas:
- Pre-interview strategies
- The logistics of interviewing
- The two primary types of interviews: screening & decision making
- Ways to avoid becoming defensive when shortcomings are raised
- How to answer the most commonly asked questions
- Follow-up tactics
Contact us today to get started!