Nailing the Job Interview: Stop Being “Yourself”

Your CV won you an interview – great! Now, you might be thinking, “I’ll just walk in there and be myself!”


Wrong. That’s because it’s not enough to just be yourself. Rather, you have to be your BEST self.

Only once I started sitting on the other side of the interview table, I began to appreciate how important great interview technique is. And just being yourself doesn’t cut it anymore.

A hiring manager or recruiter can immediately tell who’s being their best self; who’s put in enough preperation, and who hasn’t. Which candidates conduct themselves well, and which candidate’s don’t. And more often than not, the candidate who’s made the best presentation is awarded the job.

Too many quality candidates are slipping through because their interviewing techniques are lagging behind the competition.

That’s why we’ve developed, with Rexi Media, “Nailing the Job Interview” – a uniquely presented course that focuses on triumphing through any job interview.

The course looks at how to firstly get to the interview stage and resume advice. It then concentrates on how to prepare for interviews, where/what to research, and how to handle both phone and face-to-face interviews. Finally, candidates learn about effective interview follow up.

If you’re interested in learning how to be your best self, head over to Innovate Courses and select “Nailing the Job Interview.” It could be the best £11.45/$19 investment you make.

And throughout December, you’ll get a free course with any purchase. Happy holidays from the team at Innovate CV!



Categories: Articles for Job Seekers, Job Interview Skills


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