Come to the information session if you want to:
Have you missed out on a job because you have left your job interview preparation too late? Do you send off your job application and then forget about it?
Do you wait until you hear that you have an interview before starting your preparation? Then run out of time to fully prepare for the job interview. End up stressed and unfocussed on your way to the job interview? Don't put yourself into that position!
Only one opportunity to attend Seminar on how to prepare for job interviews. Date Sunday 16 June 2013 Time 5.30 - 7 pm Location CBD Cost $75.00 includes a copy of the EBook 'Impressive Interviews Your pocket sized personal interview trainer' , brief notes and light refreshments.
At last I get the job interview process !
Deborah Barit Director of Impressive Interviews
will be in Melbourne 6 -11 October
to deliver 2 Information Seminars
on tips and tricks for interview success
Knowing job interview question styles will give you the edge in an interview. When preparing for a job interview do you know the styles of questions you are likely to be asked at interview? Knowing question styles and how to...
Do you prepare for a medical specialty interview in the same way as you would prepare for an exam? Do you think about the questions from the perspective of problem based learning? Do you write out your answers to expected questions and try to memorise them and then practice with colleagues or friends to get them word perfect? You need to be at this seminar.
I am sure you are working hard on the answers for all the expected questions, such as communication, strengths and weaknesses, team player, leadership and interpersonal skills. It is important that you add this one important question that often comes up in new graduate interviews, and you must be prepared for it.
Most people find the "tell me about yourself" question the most difficult question to answer in interview. It's embarrassing really. Before I train clients to answer the question - tell me about yourself - they all tend to do one of these four things.
Deborah Barit the Director of Impressive Interviews and author of Impressive Interviews - Your pocket sized personal interview trainer and coach specialising in preparing clients for job interviews will be in Melbourne from 26-30 November 2012 to deliver two group seminars on 'How to prepare for a job interview'.
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