Interview Prep

Land the interview? Don’t go at it alone. Let us help you ace it!

Ever wonder why you can get the interview, but not the job? Qualifications will often land the interview, but executing a successful meeting requires more than just possessing the right skills for the job. Whether your interview skills are rusty, it’s not something you enjoy, or for reasons you’re unaware of your interviews are not landing you the job, we can help. The average length of an interview is ~40 minutes, but some studies have shown that recruiters and hiring managers make their decision within the first two minutes of the interview. What is said in the interview is part of the equation, but your presentation, body language, and other factors can often mean the difference between landing the job of your dreams and missing out. Getting the interview is difficult enough – let us help you nail it!

55 Minute Phone, Zoom, Skype, or In-Person Interview Preparation - $189

Let us help you prepare for your interview. Our interview preparation includes a 30 minute phone, Zoom, Skype, or in-person consultation with one of our interview experts. Have questions about how to prepare for the most common interview question, how to answer some of the most difficult interview questions, or even on what to wear? We can help! Click here to get started!

How to Write a Thank You Email After an Interview

How to Write a Thank You Email After an Interview

Most job candidates (57%) don’t send thank-you notes after an interview. Here’s why that’s good news for you.  According to a recent Murray Resources survey, 85% of hiring managers, executives and HR professionals say that a candidate’s follow-up after an interview...

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How to Prepare for and Ace a Virtual Interview

In today’s world of social distancing and Zoom meetings, virtual interviews are becoming the norm. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, studies showed around 75% of hiring executives used video interviews to connect with leading candidates. If you’ve never had a virtual...

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Why You Shouldn’t Rely On The Unstructured Interview

Why You Shouldn’t Rely On The Unstructured Interview

Hiring mistakes are costly. In fact, one survey found that companies lost $14,900 on every bad hire in 2017.  Unfortunately, mishires are all too common with 74% of employers saying they've hired the wrong person for a position.  These numbers suggest that steps in...

read more

3 Questions to Ask at the End of an Interview

Your interview is wrapping up, and you aced every question. You’re anxious to get out of the office and breathe a sigh of relief. But in your haste, don’t make a common mistake that many candidates do: not asking interview questions. A recruiter or hiring manager...

read more

How Important is a Post-Interview Thank You Letter?

Your interview is over, but that doesn’t mean your work is done. You still need to follow up with a thank you letter. Why is this so important? Because not sending one can be a deal-breaker for some hiring managers. They expect their top candidates to demonstrate...

read more

What to Expect from a Phone Interview

When it comes to a phone interview, it’s difficult to know what to expect. Some hiring managers spend 10 minutes on the phone, confirming your interest and your background information. Others might perform a more in-depth assessment, similar to an in-person interview....

read more

Stand Out in Your Next Interview by Being Fully Prepared

When it comes to job interviews, only the strongest survive - and either move onto the next round or get a call with an offer. So, what can you do to ensure you beat out the competition in your next interview? Prepare. Sounds simple, but too few candidates go into an...

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30 Minute Phone, Zoom, Skype, or In-Person Interview Preparation - $159

Let us help you prepare for your interview. Our interview preparation includes a 30 minute phone, Zoom, Skype, or in-person consultation with one of our interview experts. Have questions about how to prepare for the most common interview question, how to answer some of the most difficult interview questions, or even on what to wear? We can help! Click here to get started!

How to Write a Thank You Email After an Interview

How to Write a Thank You Email After an Interview

Most job candidates (57%) don’t send thank-you notes after an interview. Here’s why that’s good news for you.  According to a recent Murray Resources survey, 85% of hiring managers, executives and HR professionals say that a candidate’s follow-up after an interview...

read more

How to Prepare for and Ace a Virtual Interview

In today’s world of social distancing and Zoom meetings, virtual interviews are becoming the norm. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, studies showed around 75% of hiring executives used video interviews to connect with leading candidates. If you’ve never had a virtual...

read more
Why You Shouldn’t Rely On The Unstructured Interview

Why You Shouldn’t Rely On The Unstructured Interview

Hiring mistakes are costly. In fact, one survey found that companies lost $14,900 on every bad hire in 2017.  Unfortunately, mishires are all too common with 74% of employers saying they've hired the wrong person for a position.  These numbers suggest that steps in...

read more

3 Questions to Ask at the End of an Interview

Your interview is wrapping up, and you aced every question. You’re anxious to get out of the office and breathe a sigh of relief. But in your haste, don’t make a common mistake that many candidates do: not asking interview questions. A recruiter or hiring manager...

read more

How Important is a Post-Interview Thank You Letter?

Your interview is over, but that doesn’t mean your work is done. You still need to follow up with a thank you letter. Why is this so important? Because not sending one can be a deal-breaker for some hiring managers. They expect their top candidates to demonstrate...

read more

What to Expect from a Phone Interview

When it comes to a phone interview, it’s difficult to know what to expect. Some hiring managers spend 10 minutes on the phone, confirming your interest and your background information. Others might perform a more in-depth assessment, similar to an in-person interview....

read more

Stand Out in Your Next Interview by Being Fully Prepared

When it comes to job interviews, only the strongest survive - and either move onto the next round or get a call with an offer. So, what can you do to ensure you beat out the competition in your next interview? Prepare. Sounds simple, but too few candidates go into an...

read more