Welcome to Episode 16 of the Job Interview Tips Podcast. In this episode, you will learn how to answer the job interview question, “What is your strength?” For a detailed document on how to answer the job interview question, “What is your weakness?” Follow this link for your free download.
Welcome to Episode 15 – Questions an Interviewer Should Not Ask. In this episode, you will discover the questions an interviewer is not legally allowed to ask you during a job interview and how to deal with any uncomfortable situations.
How to Answer Questions About What Your Boss Thinks of YOU Answering job interview questions about what your boss thinks of you can be challenging and often embarrassing. How do you answer job interview questions about what your boss thinks of you while being honest without appearing either cocky or downbeat? During this episode, we […]
How to Answer Questions About Your Former Boss Answering job interview questions about your former boss can be tricky. Whether you loved or hated your boss, during a job interview, you have to tread a fine line between being over complimentary and saying anything derogatory, while being honest. Not easy! During this episode, we will […]
How to Stop Interview Nerves Everyone gets nervous before or during a job interview. If you know someone why says they don’t, I bet they are probably lying, or not particularly bothered about securing the role. It’s perfectly natural to suffer from job interview nerves and if you channel them in the right way […]
Why Research is Crucial to Job Interview Success I cannot stress how important it is to research the company and job role prior to a job interview. Research is crucial to job interview success in several ways. Research the company Ask any interviewer and most will tell you that an absolute […]
How to Answer the Job Interview Question What is Your Weakness When I am coaching candidates for job interviews, the question “What is your weakness” is the one that sends them into a tizzy. How do you answer the question without exposing something that may affect your chances of securing the job role? What if you […]
Job Interview Tips – Research is Vital Job Interview Tips to Understand the Research is Vital Gone are the days when you could find out a couple of details about the company for which you are interviewing and that would suffice. More and more interviewers use the question “What […]
Job Interview Tips Weekly Podcast I now have a job interview tips weekly podcast. In each episode, I share answers to the most common interview questions, together with the toughest and downright insane. Learn what you need to do to provide succinct, factual and engaging answers to set you apart from competing candidates. There are […]
Job Interview Tips – Questions About Your Dislikes & Contribution Did you know, I have a weekly newsletter? It contains lots of job interview tips, special offers and more. I never, ever share subscriber’s details with anyone and you can unsubscribe at any time. Just use the box on the right-hand side bar […]
Job Interview Questions About Your Current Role In a job interview, you can bet your life you will be asked questions about your current role. In this situation, it is vital that you avoid falling into the trap of rattling off a list of duties and responsibilities. Most candidates do that! The […]
11 Types of Questions an Interviewer Should Not Ask & How to Deal With Them Interviews can be stressful enough and you never know exactly what you will be asked, but what about questions an interviewer should not ask you? Interviewers should abide by the UK discrimination laws and avoid any questions which may put […]
Job Interview Tips – Introduction and Icebreaker Questions Welcome to my weekly podcast Episode 1 – Introduction and Icebreaker Questions. In this episode, I share why performing well at the start of your job interview is crucial in setting the tone. I also discuss why icebreaker questions may not be all that they […]
I read a post on Linkedin over the weekend by Bernard Marr entitled “The One Interview Question Most People Are Not Prepared For.” Great article and some very valid pointers, however, it did get my mind somewhat in a tizz. I have to admit, it is a question I prepare my clients for when I […]