Interviews – being the best you can be

16 Mar Interviews – being the best you can be

Following my recent posts about Impostor Syndrome – feeling afraid that someone might find you out – a number of people have spoken to me about having this feeling particularly strongly in the area of interviews.  As a result, I have decided to create a programme to support individuals and groups as they prepare for an interview.

Many people find the interview process an extremely stressful one, and therefore struggle to perform at their best.  This can be a time when those feelings of ‘not being good enough’ or being ‘found out’ can rear their heads and get in the way, so that interviewers don’t get to see the best that you can be.  I sincerely believe it doesn’t have to be that way, and I am designing this programme to help you see another, entirely new way of approaching interviews.

Whilst this programme will have some elements common to everyone, it will be highly personalised to meet each candidate’s individual needs.  At this stage I am running a pilot programme of a minimum of two sessions, but possibly more, with no charge for these sessions.  (The finished programme will have various tiers and costs starting from several hundred pounds)

To collaborate with me on this project I am looking for three very particular people:

  • you are a student, preparing for your first interview for a full time job
  • you have been working for some time, but feel stuck about moving to the next level in your career (which may be taking on a leadership role of some kind)
  • you are already successful in your chosen career, and are in a leadership position, but you still experience that feeling of ‘being found out’ or not being as ‘good’ as people think you are.  This may be making it hard for you to step into the full potential of what you can really achieve

If this is you, and you would like to work with me on this project, please contact me here, briefly outlining your situation.   I’m really looking forward to working with you!


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