COACHING TOWARDS CONFIDENCE
Ipswich Resumes & Applications
Coaching, Personal Development, Life Coaching
Self-marketing is the last part of a career planning process. It involves promoting your self. You prepare your resume and applications, meet employers, and approach training agencies or course centers. You prepare for interviewing. You brush up on communication skills.
If your resume appeals to the prospective employer; you will be offered an interview. It is the interview that gets the position. That's why coaching sessions before the interview can increase your understanding of the different processes and so increase your confidence. Grace du Prie can assist with this and will adapt her coaching to your requirements and personality.
Remember: interviewers are nervous too. As a job seeker, not only must you be prepared for your answers, you also need to build rapport and reassure the employer that you will be able to do the job, fit in with existing employees, and how long you will stay in the company.
THE KEY TO SUCCESS IS: BEING PREPARED
Some tips: Being prepared conveys an attitude of confidence, knowledge and ability. It is important that you build rapport and display energy and enthusiasm during the interview. The more preparation you have done the easier it will be. You may want to consider your body language and posture because your non-verbal message needs to match the verbal. In case of a mixed message people will always believe the non-verbal before the verbal.
Be positive. Think of yourself as a winner. Show interest in the job and ask questions that reflect this. Let the employer know that you will be a valuable asset, work hard, will undergo training to gain new skills and are not afraid to meet new challenges. Emphasise that you can be part of the work group and communicate effectively across the workplace.
, Body Language
, Career Coaching
, Career Development
, Case Interviews
, Communication Skills
, Corporate Image
, Life Coaching
, Personal Development
, Star Formula