In these turbulent economic times, standing out and being heard above a larger crowd of competitors is more crucial than ever before.
When clients come to me for job interview skills coaching, they often say one of the following things:
“I’m getting interviews, but no callbacks? What’s wrong with me?”
“I haven’t had to go on a job interview in years! Can you help me brush up my skills?”
“I always shut down and shut up in job interviews. How can I be more relaxed and real?”
“I’m graduating from college and going on my first interviews. How do I help myself make my best, most confident, professional impression?”
In these turbulent economic times, standing out and being heard above a larger crowd of competitors is more crucial than ever before. You need to be able to bring your most relaxed, confident, and prepared self to your job interviews, so that you will be remembered and hired.
Show up fully in high-stakes situations.
Having interviewed and auditioned for hundreds of acting jobs throughout my history as a professional performer, I know what it takes to show up fully under enormous pressure in high-stakes situations. I’ll share those techniques with you in private, individual coaching sessions in which you will:
- Get focused and clear about what you need and want to convey to your potential employer, so they really get what you have to offer.
- Hone your interview skills through role-playing exercises that simulate an interview situation—in person, or via phone or Skype.
- Make sure that your words, your wardrobe and your body language all work together to support your unique, professional presence.
- Learn breathing and relaxation techniques that can help you stay confident and calm before and during your interview.
And if part of your interview involves making a formal presentation, I’ll work with you to bring it to a whole new level of persuasive power.