Great news! You have been invited for a job interview. Now all you need to do is to impress them with your interview skills to be offered the job! Sound easy? With the proper preparation it can be. However for many people, the fear of being put on the spot and meeting the interviewer’s expectations can overshadow their interview performance.

Almost everyone experiences some form of nerves or anxiety related to job interviews. They can manifest in different ways like: talking too fast, overusing umm’s or ahh’s, not finding the right words to concisely respond to questions, the dreaded sweaty palms and the list goes on… This nervous energy prior to an interview is not something to fear. Recent research tells us that it can in fact help you to perform better if you master the key to a successful interview: preparation.

Successful Resumes offers customised support with one-on-one interview skills development to improve your ability and confidence. We develop strategies that help you shine by focusing on your strengths, skills, competencies and values and how they relate to an employer’s needs.

Through the use of practice interviews, we also assist with any perceived challenges you have, including how to answer those tricky questions and how to present yourself in order to stand out from other candidates. Our training style is relaxed and enjoyable, giving you a comfortable environment to develop your skills and confidence so that you can perform at your very best and secure the job you want. We provide immediate coaching and feedback and can also record the interviews for further self-practice at home.

Our interview preparation service includes
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How to use formulas to discuss your skills and experience succinctly and make you an ideal candidate.

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How to build responses to common or challenging questions using your career experience

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Understanding your strengths and weaknesses and how to present them

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The importance of researching the company to prepare thoughtful questions to ask your interviewee

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