Are you ready for your next interview?
Not sure if you have the interview skills to wow the hiring manager? Can you answer questions correctly, confidently, and without rambling? Are you comfortable in an interview setting? If you can’t respond “yes” to all the questions, then it is time to hire an interview coach.
Making a strong, memorable first impression during an interview isn’t an option. You need to be memorable – for all the right reasons. One mock interview coaching session can mean the difference between getting an offer.
Let me help you build your confidence, practice answering the most challenging interview questions, and guide you through each interview process so you can leave a lasting, positive first impression.
Why you should hire an Interview Coach
You have low self-esteem. Confidence is essential to the interview process, and low self-esteem can affect your overall first impression. In an interview, you have to remember that you are selling yourself.
You don’t know how to answer questions. Do you sometimes stumble over answers or freeze up when answering what the interviewer asks? Do you second guess yourself on whether or not you responded to the question in its entirety? If this is the case, a coaching session or two may be needed to help build your confidence.
You received negative feedback from the recruiter. If you received negative feedback or have problems interviewing, then interview coaching can help strengthen this weak point.
You are struggling to stand out in a male-dominated career field. Stop being intimidated by career fields dominated by the opposite sex. Master the art of owning your space and finding your voice. Your interview presence needs to project confidence and a willingness to learn.
You leave an interview feeling like it went poorly. Have you ever walked away from an interview feeling like you didn’t get the job? If this happens to you often, then it may be time to trust your gut and seek professional help. Interview preparation can give you the confidence boost that you need.
Interview Skills and Confidence Building Package
Most interviewers decide if a candidate is suitable for the job within the first 15 minutes of the interview. Making a strong, memorable first impression during an interview isn’t an option. It would be best if you were impressive – for all the right reasons. One mock interview coaching session can mean the difference between getting an offer.
What if you could gain more confidence to interview successfully? When landing a job, it’s all about your interviewing skills. Let me help you overcome your interview fears, refine your pitch, and tackle even the most challenging questions.
WHAT’S INCLUDING ($175)
- 1 x 60-minute interview skills coaching session
- Mock interview and role-play interview scenarios (included)
- Guidance on how to respond to questions more effectivity (had)
- Personalized action plan (included)
- Individualized interview support to help you sell yourself (included)
- Supplemental material to help you improve your interview performance (included)
- Comprehensive analysis of your verbal and non-verbal performance (included)
- Resume review and feedback (included)
- Post-interview email follow-up (included)
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What if I commit to coaching, but after one session with Cynthia, I realize she’s not the right fit?
It’s okay. I want you to succeed, no matter what – your success and happiness matter to me, whether you work with me or someone else. If it doesn’t feel “right” for you after the first session with me, just let me know, and the rest of your coaching program with me will be canceled. Refunds are not permitted for any service, and sessions can be transferred.
Is what I share with Cynthia confidential?
This coaching relationship, as well as all information (documented or verbal) that the Client shares with the Coach as part of this relationship, is bound by the principles of confidentiality outlined in the ICF Code of Ethics. However, please be aware that the Coach-Client relationship is not considered a legally confidential relationship (like the medical and legal professions), and thus; communications are not subject to the protection of any legally recognized privilege. The Coach agrees not to disclose any information about the Client without the Client’s written consent. The Coach will not disclose the Client’s name as a reference without the Client’s consent.
Confidential Information does not include information that: (a) was in the Coach’s possession prior to its being furnished by the Client; (b) is generally known to the public or in the Client’s industry; (c) is obtained by the Coach from a third party, without breach of any obligation to the Client; (d) is independently developed by the Coach without use of or reference to the Client’s confidential information; or (e) the Coach is required by statute, lawfully issued subpoena, or by court order to disclose; (f) is disclosed to the Coach and as a result of such disclosure the Coach reasonably believes there to be an imminent or likely risk of danger or harm to the Client or others; and (g) involves illegal activity. The Client also acknowledges his or her continuing obligation to raise any confidentiality questions or concerns with the Coach in a timely manner.
Does confidence coaching replace therapy?
No, confidence coaching is not therapy. There are some overlapping similarities in the work you will do with me and what you might discuss with a therapist, but coaching is not intended to replace therapy. I highly recommend therapy for all individuals as a part of general mental wellness.
Can I meet with you in person?
Yes. I would love to meet in person with people often. If you are local to South Carolina or willing to travel, I can do in-person meetings at your favorite coffee shop or bookstore in Columbia. I also do on-site group sessions and workshops at the location of your choice for customized coaching options.
Do you work with men?
Of course! I do and have worked with men in a coaching capacity. My business is focused on women, but I am happy to work with male coaching clients.
Who Coaching is NOT for.
I love being a Coach. I am not equipped to deal with mental issues, physical ailments, psychological concerns, severe anxiety, or depression, nor will be able to provide any type of diagnosis.