I Would Like To Get A New Job

Getting a new job can, at times, seem like the hardest thing in the world.
There is so much to consider, so much to know and no guarantees that your best interview performance will be anywhere near good enough to win the day.

However, there are a range of tactics, tips and techniques that you can use to maximise your chances so that, although there can be no guarantees, you are giving yourself the very best chance of getting any job that you apply for!

A bold claim but one that has stood the test of time, as we see the same mistakes being repeated over and over again in interview.
People are simply not giving themselves the chance to shine at interview and, if they don’t know what they need to do to perform well, who can blame them?

You see there are a whole range of things that you can do to maximise your chances of getting a new job. All it takes is some knowledge and a little practice and you can multiply your chances ten-fold.

The secret is that you need to look at it from the recruiter’s point of view.

  • What is it that they are looking for in the person they want for this role?
  • Which type of answers would score well in interview?
  • Who is the ideal candidate that they have in mind?
  • When should the candidate talk some more and when should they be quiet in interview?
  • Why do some people seem to breeze through interviews and others struggle?
  • Where should I look to try and find a job in the first place?

All these questions and more can be easily answered – if you know where to look and who to ask!

Using tried and tested techniques, we tell you precisely what works at interview. Our consultant for this programme is Dawn Moss MCIPD, AMAC, who has personally reviewed tens of thousands of CVs, conducted thousands of recruitment interviews and now trains managers how to recruit new staff. What better knowledge could you have than from someone who has been there and done it on many, many occasions?

There are many people that are ‘looking to get on’ in their jobs or careers or to ‘move up the corporate ladder’, how can you get a head start on all these people and what will make you stand out from the crowd?

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