Will you be interviewing for a job via webcam in 2014? It’s more likely than you may think.
Six out of 10 recruiters use video interviewing, according to a recent article in Forbes, and that number is growing.
Are you ready for it?
In addition to the usual challenges of any interview – answering tough questions, selling your skills, handling nervousness – online interviews can bring difficulties with eye contact, lighting and other issues of this potentially off-putting medium.
I can help you prepare to succeed in all of these aspects of the video interview – verbal and nonverbal.
To celebrate the new year, I am giving away free half-hour Skype interview coaching sessions to the first four (4) people who ask.
The 30 minutes will include practice, tips and feedback – a $55 value for free. No purchase required.
Here’s what you need to do to take advantage of this offer:
- You need to have a Skype account and a computer with a built-in microphone and webcam.
- If you’re new to video calling, please make one video call to a friend before making the appointment with me to test your equipment. (Here’s how.) I’m afraid I can’t provide technical troubleshooting!
- All appointments will take place by January 17, during business hours, 9-5 Pacific Time, Monday through Friday. Contact me ASAP to ensure we can find a mutually convenient time before then!
- After the session, you will be asked to answer five simple questions (via email) about your job search and your free coaching session. Your answers are for research purposes and will be kept fully confidential.
Request your free session now! Click this link or the “Email Me” or “Free Consultation” buttons on this website to send me a message.
I look forward to assisting you!