If you've ever felt uncomfortable or uncertain when asked about salary in an interview, or discussing a compensation package with benefits in a job offer, or felt that you didn't get everything you could have, then you NEED this new report on Salary Negotiations (available on Amazon).
You CAN comfortably and professionally discuss salary, compensation, and benefits with potential employers--AND get a better job offer!
Read this report so you can discover:
• How To Find Out What You’re Worth In Terms Of Salary
• How To Deflect Salary Questions In the Interview
• Why Employers Would Rescind An Offer—So You Can Avoid Mistakes
• How To “Set The Bias” For A Higher Salary / Benefits Offer
• Put The Employer On Your Side (Instead Of Setting Them Up As An Adversary)
• Words, Phrases, And Responses That Guarantee You The Best Offer Possible
If you do even a LITTLE of what I tell you to do in this report, it will be a whole lot more than you’ve done before. You’ll get such great results from it that you’ll feel empowered and you’ll be stronger next time. So then, next time you’ll be better, and the time after that you’ll be even better. Each time, you’ll get better offers.
PS - You will see a couple of cranky reviews about this book--don't pay attention, because these were pre-revision. I listened to what they said and responded with this version. I just uploaded the new, improved and EXPANDED version of this book yesterday (May 20, 2015). Enjoy!
I just wanted to tell you that your Job Interview Q&A iPad app was by far the most helpful interview preparation tool I utilized during my job search. Your tips truly helped me get the job I was seeking – I was prepared, confident and professional during my interviews thanks to you, and I am very grateful for your top notch advice. Thank you Peggy! You’re a gem.
Learning and practicing your answers to interview questions is one of the most important and helpful things you can do before a job interview. That's why we created this app (for Android,iPhone, and iPad users). It lets you watch me deliver great interview answers and lets you practice them and record yourself so you can see and hear how you come across to the interviewer.
This app works for job seekers in all kinds of fields: finance, accounting, medical, healthcare, retail, manufacturing, law, or any other white-collar job.
Describe the boss who could get the very best work from you.
What will you say?
This question is looking at fit—how you’ll fit into the organizational culture, and how you’ll fit with the person who would be your boss. Your answer shows your personality, your work style, and your communication skills. It also sheds light on your past relationships.
I'm excited to let you know I was interviewed for a Monster.com article on How to End a Job Interview! This article by Margaret Steen, for Yahoo! HotJobs, has some great advice on what to make sure you do before you leave any job interview, including:
Know the Next Steps
Lay the Groundwork for Your Follow Up
Close the Sale
I am thrilled to have been a resource--thanks, Margaret!
Even though you know how much stronger you'll be in the interview with a 30/60/90-day plan, you may have trouble finding the information you need to create one. Rest assured--if you're determined, you can find everything you need.
Step 1 - Start Online
Google the company first to see what's new with them lately, and then check out the corporate website. After that, find the company's page on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.These kinds of pages often have different information than they put on their corporate site.
There are lots of things that recruitment panels are looking for when you apply for a job. Of course, much of it will differ depending on the role and the company. But there are certainly broad categories that you can consider when you apply and prepare for interviews. One of these is your educational background, which may be more important for some roles than others. But even for positions when they're more interested in your experience, they may want to know about your time in education.
This bundle will get you prepared for any job interview (phone interviews or face-to-face) so you can get the offer!
Check out the 5-Star reviews:
5.0 out of 5 starsTwo interviews, two job offers!March 26, 2015
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This bundle is a fast read and definitely increased my confidence in interviewing for new nurse position. I nailed the phone interview and received two job offers. Saved so much time in preparing for interview and priceless advice for any field! Highly recommend.
One iron-clad job interviewing rule is: Always have questions of your own to ask.
Here are 3 great questions to ask in your next interview:
What qualities does does the perfect candidate have for this job? Ask this near the beginning of the interview, and you'll find out specific desired skills that might not be in the description (who knows who wrote the description or when they wrote it?). Once you know what the manager really cares about hearing, you’ll be able to talk up those related skills you have in your interview answers. This way, you'll get the maximum mileage out of every interview answer you give.
Is there any reason why you wouldn’t hire me for this job? This is a hard question to ask--but it’s the only way you’re going to find out if they have any doubts about hiring you. Knowing what they are gives you a chance to address those doubts and hopefully clear them up. Job seekers who ask this question increase their chances of getting hired by 30 percent.
What are the biggest challenges of this job? This question lets you know what the most important tasks are for this job, or what potential pitfalls may be waiting for you. Show how you’ll use your skills to handle the challenges.
Find out more questions to ask, how to research the company, and lots of interview do's and don'ts in our Free Job Interview Prep Kit.
For many job seekers, job interview prep means getting your answers ready for the toughest interview questions--and there's no doubt this is important. But remember--interviewing is a two-way street. They're looking to see if they want to hire you, and you need to know what will make that happen. You also need to know if this company is somewhere you can shine and advance in your career. The questions you ask can give you all the information you need.
Asking questions also makes you stand out as a candidate. You seem more intelligent, more enthusiastic, and you elevate the conversation from a one-sided interrogation into a conversation between professionals. You establish better rapport, and discover what the interviewer is looking for--so that you can tailor your answers to what's going to make the best impression--and get you hired.
This is where you may stumble (many do). In this video, I'll give you critical tips about what to say, how to say it, and what great qualities it demonstrates to the hiring manager about you. This is vital for your success (the job offer).
Click on the video to watch.
Learn much more about how to do this easily and effectively here:
It's very important to prepare for phone interviews because these are a gating process for the company. They're trying to weed out candidates, which means they're looking for reasons to cross you off their short list. Part of your prep work (along with researching the company) should be preparing answers to phone interview questions.
If you have a phone interview coming up, read these articles on how to answer phone interview questions.