• You could gain more confidence to interview successfully?
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I am the Interview Coach, Carole Martin, who has coached literally thousands of candidates ranging from Administration to FBI Agent candidates and everything in-between. I would like very much to chat with you and find out what's going on in your career and interviews.

Through my extensive experience and education, you will find chatting with me very rewarding as I will give immediate feedback and options available to you.

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This program will guide you through your preparation to become a savvy interview candidate - in a hurry.

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The packages that I offer are intended to get you prepared, confident, and to be able to answer the questions that are asked with as much ease as possible.

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- Joe

"I just wanted to follow up with you. Three interviews and three offers. I'm considering only two at this point and will commit to one this afternoon. Your book was a big help. Thank you!!!"
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"Not only did I find a position, but it looks like this may be the best fit for me."

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"Carole, About 6 months ago I bought the Instant Interview Coach which included an interview audio file from your site and I highly recommend it to any job seeker. Because it worked for me! Using the tactics outlined in your e-book, two months ago I landed a new job making 35% more income with less stress and politics than the place I cheerfully left."

"I bought your Instant Interview Coach package a few days ago. I went for a very formal government job and was able to considerably improve my interview performance by focusing on my friendliness (I think I usually come across as pretty officious in an interview due to being anxious) and my ability to enthusiastically lead a team to outstanding outcomes (I usually try to prove I can do a hundred things which ends up like a shopping list)."

"I was a lot less stressed than usual and had the five fingers full of things I wanted to add and I had a question for them that led to them giving me a lot of info and us having a laugh together (always a good sign!)."
- B. Jackson


What is your greatest weakness?

The words, "Tell me about yourself," may not be the exact words used - but the question will be there.

"Who are you?"

You should be able to articulate what you have to offer - particularly as a match for the requirements of the job. Give a quick summary of your experience - your strengths - positve feedback you've received - and your interests (if they are interesting).

Don't just walk them through your resume - a different question - that's what you've done - not who you are.


What is your greatest weakness?

The most dreaded question of all. Handle this question by minimizing the weakness and emphasizing the strengths. Stay away from personal qualities and concentrate on professional traits:

Use the Sandwich Technique.

(+) Start with positive statement
(-) Slip in the negative
(+) End with positive statement


"I am always working on improving my communication skills to be a more effective presenter. I take every opportunity to practice speaking before groups and I recently joined Toastmasters which I find very helpful."


What is your greatest weakness?

The interviewer is listening for an answer that indicates you've given this question some thought, and are not just sending out resumes because there is an opening. Doing research should give you plenty of reasons why you want to work there. Sincere interest and flattery go A LONG way.


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