How to get Hired: A Guardian Masterclass With Career Coach Corinne Mills

How to get Hired: A Guardian Masterclass With Career Coach Corinne Mills

Learn how to overcome nerves and present yourself with confidence at this highly informative course with career coach Corinne Mills.

Date: Monday 26 February 2018
Times: Evening course, 6.30pm-9.30pm
Location: The Guardian, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9GU
Price: £99 plus £4.46 booking fee

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Well-prepared candidates perform better at job interviews – fact. They’re also more likely to leave a lasting first impression and be in a position to negotiate terms, should they get offered a job.

During this illuminating masterclass with MD of Personal Career Management and career coach Corinne Mills, you’ll be guided through the surprisingly simple process almost every interview follows, regardless of the industry, job level or skills required.

Over the course of the evening, you’ll learn the key components of face-to-face interviews, including how they’re structured and the kinds of questions you’ll be asked.

You’ll also hear insider tips on how to impress the interview panel before you even get into the room, plus how to craft your answers and deliver them with impact. Whether you’re a school-leaver or a managing director, you’ll leave with a newfound confidence in your ability to make a great impression at an interview, and how to get hired.

How to Get Hired Masterclass Content

  • Deconstructing the job interview process: what to expect and how to prepare
  • How to minimise the impact of nerves prior to interviews
  • Decoding what the employer is really looking for and how to make it easy for them to hire you
  • How to use examples from your career to prove your capabilities
  • Competency-based interviews and how to meet employers’ recruitment criteria
  • Dealing with challenging questions and difficult interviewers
  • How to effectively communicate your career goals
  • Q&A, group discussion and opportunities to put your new skills into practice