Let a Seasoned Recruiter Teach You How to Ace Your Interview
Turning the Corner Can Help!
A lot of people are willing to give you advice about how to ace a job interview. As recruiters, we interview people every day and we know what makes us want to recommend a candidate to the best employers. We’ve interviewed candidates in nearly all occupations and have useful advice that applies to your exact situation.
Interview Preparation that Helps Get You Offers
Are you getting interviews, but not offers? It’s a frustrating scenario for any job seeker. You clearly have the skills the company is looking for but can’t seem to seal the deal when you meet with the hiring manager. More often than not, this is a strong indicator that you could benefit from interview skills training.
Interview Preparation Tips and Tactics
You are being evaluated for much more than your job experience at an interview. You are also being screened for personality, communication skills and team fit. And while you might rate high on all those measures, you might not be demonstrating that you do. Many job seekers struggle in that regard. Honestly, interviewing isn’t a natural skill for most people. Fortunately, we can provide you with all the interview tips and tactics you need to know how to ace a job interview.
Interview Preparation Focused on the Endgame
Generally speaking, the goal of a job interview is for you to achieve three outcomes with the person you are talking to. Our proven approach to interview preparation helps ensure that when you leave the room, you’re confident that:
They know you better and know what you can bring to this job.
They like you and want you on their team.
They trust you and would hire you.
Of course, hitting the mark on all three of these goals doesn’t guarantee that they’ll offer you a job. But it does put you well ahead of candidates who don’t achieve these objectives.
Interview Tips from Founder and CEO, Kendra Prospero
How Our Interviewing Skills Training Helps You
To be successful in an interview, you have to be prepared, relaxed and ready to explain what makes you the ideal candidate for the position. In our interview skills training, we help you by evaluating your current interviewing style with a live mock interview that includes common interview questions. We then provide immediate and candid feedback about the things you did well and areas needing improvement. That may sound intimidating, but it’s actually a very collaborative experience, and one that job seekers say is interesting and rewarding.
Clear and Calm for the First and Second Interview
We help you get clear on your strengths and comfortable with “tooting your own horn” in a way that is relevant to the role you are applying for and that makes you look confident but not cocky. It’s an acquired skill, as it seems like most people aren’t wired to be in that sweet spot.
We also prepare you for everything from how to greet an interviewer to how to handle common second interview questions to what to ask a hiring manager at the end of an interview. As a result, you come to see interviews as honest conversations rather than frightening evaluations, and coming across as more relaxed tends to lead to more job offers.
We've Helped Countless People Land Their Dream Job
Interviewing with confidence is the common denominator.
At Turning the Corner, we’ve helped countless people like you land their dream job. What’s a common denominator with all of these successful job seekers? They go into the interview with confidence. When interview preparation makes you confident in both your professional skills and your ability to handle common situational interview questions, it definitely shows. And hiring managers are drawn to confidence. They want to bring on team members who can tackle any task that is thrown at them.
You want to know another fact about the job seekers that we’ve helped find jobs? Very few of them were confident about interviewing when we first started working with them. But, there are many proven interviewing techniques that can help you – wherever you fall on the confidence spectrum – feel more prepared and in control when you sit down with the hiring manager, HR representative or anyone at the company who wants to assess you as a potential employee or coworker.