where are you on your job journey...
step 1: is it time to move?
step 2: preparing to apply for new roles.
step 3: preparing for the interview.
bytes that you can chew.
download our byte-sized cheat sheets for tips and tricks across the virtual interview lifecycle and make your virtual interview handshake count.
cheat sheet 1: make technology count
The technology tools for your virtual interview are well known to you. You use them every day.read more
cheat sheet 2: dress to make an impact
It’s a virtual interview. Should you dress the same way you would for a face-to-face interview? The answer is a big ‘YES’.read more
cheat sheet 3: prepare, prepare, prepare
Acing an interview, virtual or in-person, depends on how well you prepare for it.read more
cheat sheet 4: shut out those distractions
Which is the best place to take your video interview in your home?read more
cheat sheet 5: mind your body language!
Remote video Interviews can limit the ability to communicate with a comfortable body language. It is important to take extra care to demonstrate professional body language.read more
cheat sheet 6: build your rapport
One impactful way to differentiate yourself from other candidates is to build a close professional rapport with the interviewer.read more
cheat sheet 7: be your true self
Effective interviewers aim to find your core – core personality, core skills, core behaviors, etc.read more
cheat sheet 8: last-mile follow up
In every type of interview, there is a post-interview etiquette. How you follow this etiquette tells the recruiter and interviewer quite a lot about you.read more
cheat sheet 9: develop your behavioural skills
For organizations, soft skills in a candidate is very important. They include critical thinking, flexibility and adaptability, communication skills, emotional intelligence, creativity and innovation.read more
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