Stuart Hill has volunteered this very kind testimonial ....
"I recently had two sessions with Brian in preparation for a behavioural interview. The role I was seeking was both highly competitive and sought after.
I was successful at the interview and was offered the position. I have no doubt that Brian's professional advice and structured training played a significant role in my success. I work in the medical industry but would recommend Brian to anyone seeking employment regardless of industry"
Thank you Stuart, for your kind comments. However it is important to recognise that there are several factors that will influence whether you win the job. These include .....
- The extent to which you actually meet the requirements of the position
- Your performance at the interview and whether you are able to effectively sell your experience and capabilities
- The calibre of your competition
An interview training session will certainly help with the second of these factors.
This is a note received from Samantha McDonald in Oct 2014, who I helped prepare and rehearse for an interview with Ambulance Victoria, for a paramedic position. Their interviews are very structured, with a focus on the use of behavioural questions ....
I have just received the news that i have been offered my dream job as a paramedic along with some excellent feedback stating that i was confident in my answers, i knew what i wanted them to know about me and my preparation really showed in the interview.
The preparation and time i spent with you developing answers to highlight my skills, knowledge and abilities, along with strategies to overcome interview nerves is what got me through and definitely gave the edge on my competitors.
Thank you again, I really do believe i would not have been as prepared and confident without finding your website.