Discover How to Sail Through Your Next Interview

Easy to follow practical tips and advice to ensure you have the perfect preparation for your next big interview

Does this sound familiar?

You can't believe you have landed an interview for the job you really want. Not that it came at all easy. You've worked hard to get where you are today and even paid to have your resume professionally written. The interview starts off well and you are sure that this is the perfect job for you. But then... it happens.  


A question throws you off balance and you are lost for words. You just can't recover. You hear yourself talking but you know from their expression that its not what they want to hear.  You feel panic rising in your chest and mentally give up, knowing you have blown the opportunity.


Don't despair - we have all been there. The good news is you can ensure this doesn't happen at your next interview if you take a little time out for some preparation in 3 key areas.

1
Interview Formats

One on one, panel, videos, assessment centres, Skype, conference calls, psychometric...  You need to understand what you are up against

2
Interview Questions

Practice common interview questions, behavioural techniques, your elevator pitch and what you should be asking

3
Interview Preparation

Leave nothing to chance on the big day. Research the company and your interviewers, bring the right props and look polished and professional.

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Practice makes perfect

Here's a list of popular posts from our career blog to give you the perfect preparation for your next interview

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