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Course: Job Interviews: Ace the Interview AND Get the Job Offer

Job Interviews: Ace the Interview AND Get the Job Offer

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About this Course

Imagine walking into every job interview knowing that you are going to come across your very best! Imagine getting your dream job!

You will know how to showcase your strengths and accomplishments in every job interview. You will learn secrets in preparation and planning that go beyond just checking out a company's website. Employers will take notice of you; you won't be lost in the pack. Finally, you will learn a foolproof system for eliminating nervousness before any job interview. This course will take several hours to complete, if you do all of the exercises.

There is a 100% Money-Back Guarantee for this course. And the instructor also provides an enhanced guarantee.

Who is the target audience?

  • job seekers
  • business professionals
  • students
  • executives
Basic knowledge
  • a willingness to record yourself on video
  • a video camera on a cell phone or webcam
What you will learn
  • Getting a job!
  • Acing every interview
  • Learning interview research techniques
  • Mastering the job interview strategic memo
  • Making small talk
  • How to dress for the interview
Curriculum
Lectures quantity: 18
Common duration: 00:52:12
Before We Start, Here is How to Get the Most Out of This Course
  • Before We Start, Here is the #1 Tip to Improving Your Communication Skills  
  • Your Questions Will Be Answered Here, In Video  
  • Who is TJ Walker?  
  • $10,000 Guarantee This Course Will Make You a Better Communicator  
You Can Ace Your Job Interview
  • Establishing Your Winning Job Interview Goals  

    Your Job interview is about one thing: getting a job offer.

    Homework: Write three reasons why you would be a great asset to the organizaton interviewing youy.

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  • Secrets to Acing the Interview Before You Show Up  

    Homework:

    1. What is the organization's most important customer?

    2. How does the organization make money/receive funding?

    3. What competitors does the organization have?

    4. What has the organization been in the news for lately?

    5. What industry trends are affecting this organization?

  • Dress for the Interview and the job  

    Homework

    Plan what you will wear for your upcoming interview.

    1. Shoes?

    2. Dress or Suit?

    3. Tie/Jewelry?

    4. Casual attire?

  • Make Small Talk like a Pro  

    Homework

    What three common hobbies or interests do you have that others might display in their own office?

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  • Tell Me About Yourself - And be Memorable!  

    Homework

    Write down a story about yourself involving real people, real problems/challenges, real conversations in real places that demonstrate some experience you have that would be relevant to an employer.

  • The Proper Job Interview Mindset  
  • The Strategy Memo  

    Homework

    Write a 1 page strategy memo for the organization. Write a paragraph summarizing what you think the primary strengths and assets are of the organization.

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    Additionally, write 10 Bullet Points with suggestions on how the organization can improve/add product/service lines.

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  • Rehearse Your Interview on Video  

    Homework

    1. Have a friend, colleague or family member conduct a job interview with you.

    2. Have that person record your interview answers on video (on cell phone, tablet or webcam).

    3. Watch the video of your interview and determine what you like and don't like about your style and substance.

    4. Conduct another interview on video.

    5. Review the video again.

    6. Continue this process until you are happy with how you look and sound for an entire interview.

    Note: this is the most important homework assignment in the entire course. DO NOT SKIP this assignment.

  • Ask for the Job  

    Final tip: Don't forget to ask the interviewer for the job. Let that person know you would like for them to hire you.

  • Feedback  
Bonus Reading
  • Secret to Foolproof Presentations  
  • Public Speaking Success  
  • 1001 Ways to Wow  
Student Questions with Answers from TJ in Video
  • How to Deal with Questions about Employment Gaps  
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