Interviewing UP eBook
Interviews fall short if you don’t learn how to be relevant, both in understanding your own success and how it aligns with the job you want (and what the company wants from you). Interviewing UP shows you how to stop reaching for canned answers and start rising to the occasion with relevant information.
By the time you finish reading, you will not only understand the most common types of interview questions but why they are important, how to align them with your core message, and how to deliver responses with confidence.
Don’t just make a great first impression. Make a lasting one that pays off.
One Bite Feedback: The Easy to Digest Career Game-Changer
If you could grab the feedback you needed, when you needed it, to be better, get better, and grow in your career…
Would you ask for it? Would you be open to receiving it?
Here is your ticket to understanding how to get One Bite of Feedback:
In an easy to digest process that allows you to be a game-changer in your own career!
Interview UP is an online training course geared to helping you deepen your self-awareness, grow your confidence, and land your dream job. Like a GPS offering turn-by-turn instructions, online training is perfect for those who prefer introspection or self-guided professional development.
If you want a more intensive and customized interview guidance, one-on-one coaching allows for powerful results in fewer sessions. Great for people who process information by talking it out and for those wanting faster, more specific results.
Recent Blog Posts:
Marcus Buckingham is about to release a new book claiming that feedback isn’t what people want. The Washington Post hosted a Q-and-A session with Marcus, published on February 24, 2019. He argues that what people really want, and need to be good managers, are the...read more
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