Interview coaching is a process to bring out the best in you and/or you business during the interview process. We work with you one to one to identify your strengths and weaknesses within the interview. By doing so you dramatically increase your chances of a successful outcome. See our testimonials for greater clarity or get in touch to learn more.
We are based in Dublin and have an office in Kerry. Regardless of where you are in the world, we can support you via a range of technology platforms, include zoom, teams and skype. We also work with clients over the phone and via email. Whatever your situation and wherever you are, we will make it work for you. We can be flexible with time zones if necessary.
Each case is dealt with on an individual basis. We give a free consultation.
Contact us for your individual price.
You can contact us on the Contact form on the website or by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone. We will endeavour to get back to you within 48 hours.
You can contact us at any stage of the process. In general terms the process is as follows: Ideally, preparation for a role should start with coaching some months before a competition is advertised. This is particularly important for mid-level and senior roles. We suggest at least two coaching sessions during this time.
When the job you are interested in is advertised, contact us as soon as possible so that we can guide you on your CV or application form preparation. The amount of time required here will depend on the level of the role and the quality of your existing CV. For some roles, a recorded video interview is required to shortlist candidates. For other roles shortlisting is completed based on the quality of the CV or application form and criteria determined by the employer.
Interview preparation can be undertaken in one or more sessions. The amount of time required depends very much on the level of the role. It is very much an iterative process and involves understanding the role and the competencies as well as building your confidence and agility for the interview.
Some roles require a second interview. Very often this includes the candidate making a presentation followed by questions and answers and a second interview. When you are successful, we also can provide initial coaching to get you up and running in your new role,
The important thing is that we have a flexible approach to working with you regardless of what stage of the process you engage with us.
It very much depends on what you want to do. If you are looking for a coach or mentor, then why not get in touch today. It is never too early or too late. We often advise that if there is a role that may happen in six months of a years’ time, now is the time to get in touch and start the preparatory work
If there is a particular role that has just been advertised, get in touch as soon as early as possible. The more time you have to prepare, the better. It is particularly important to make sure your CV or Application Form is of the highest standard as many organisations short list based on your initial application.
My CV or Application Form is already submitted. Is it too late to get in
touch for Interview Preparation?
We prefer to talk to you before you submit the form, but its never too late to
get in touch.