As an award-winning interview coach, I help job seekers identify their value and communicate it to employers through strategic storytelling. Many employers utilize behavioural interview questions, which requires a detailed answer; this is where storytelling comes in.
Amy WattStorytelling is the interview skill that you need.
Most of us have seen the typical resume templates; however, while they may be pleasing to the eye, most are not applicant tracking software (ATS) compliant. This means that you will probably be eliminated from the process because the resume reading software cannot “read” your resume. Many of these resume templates are remarkably similar to each other.
The combination of the COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with evolving technology, many companies are adopting virtual interviews. As well, allowing employees to work remotely has many benefits. The pandemic isn’t the only reason workplaces are allowing remote work.
To land a remote work role, you usually must pass a virtual interview. As an award-winning career development practitioner and interview coach, I can provide you with insight on how to prepare for a virtual job interview.
The professional summary is your first opportunity to delve into the popular, “Tell me about yourself” interview question. Give the recruiter a sneak peek at the value that you bring; this will hopefully entice them to call you for an interview.
The purpose of your resume is to articulate the value that you bring. Your resume is your marketing brochure, you are the product. Imagine visiting a car dealership to look at buying a car, and the salesperson gives you some pamphlets.