[On Air Coaching]: How to Prepare for a Final Round Interview

January 27, 2021

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Are you struggling with interviewing?
Do you find it hard to close the sale in an interview?

Then you DO NOT want to miss this episode!

I do some on air coaching with one of my Recruit the Employer girls who is about to go on two different interviews. This episode is full of tips to help you walk into your interview with confidence!

Update to this story: Emily not only landed the job using these tips and the tips found in our RTE program, but she was able to negotiate more money and more time off!

So join us today as I coach Emily on how to articulate the value that she brings to the table in her interviews.  

[2:02] Intro to on air coaching with Emily (an RTE member)
[4:35] Tips for being in a panel interview 
[6:28] An important step to do with the job description of a job
[9:36] How to answer the question “Why should we hire you for this role?”
[15:15] What goes on in your brain when you go into an interview? 
[17:25] You are good at what you do. Tell yourself that before the interview!
[25:13] You have to go into an interview with a hands up approach
[26:32] Understand what the objections are going into the interview
[34:18] What questions can you ask in an interview to see if it’s a good fit for YOU

Listen here.

Action Steps to apply to YOUR journey:

Things to do before you walk into your final interviews:

  1. Find out who you’re going to be in the room with. 
  2. Journal through what their needs are, what are their goals, and what is the main goal of this role.

How should you answer the question: “Why should we hire you for this role?

Say this: “If you’re looking for someone who [list the ONE main thing]…” 

Then support that statement with an example. It could be a very specific example of something you’ve done in the past around that ONE main thing.

I’m rooting for you friends!

Links mentioned in this episode: 

Emily’s LinkedIn
Let’s see if we’re a fit! Schedule a strategy session to talk about the RTE program
Connect with me on LinkedIn
Connect with me on my new RTE Instagram
My new Recruit The Employer website


Are you an ambitious career women who makes $100k+ and you want a simple strategy to land interviews? 

Join the waitlist for our FREE 5 day workshop so you’ll know when we open the doors again!

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Want to dive deeper into what we talked about today? Check out these podcast episodes and blog posts!

How to Rock Your Video Interview
How to Walk Into an Interview with Beyonce Level Confidence
How to Sell Yourself In An Interview
Interview prep matters more than your resume – and how you can start practicing now

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hey there, I'm Jena!

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Here is where my team (and guest contributors!) share our advice on all things careers! From how to write a resume to how to create boundaries at work, we've got you covered.

career advice

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The best of Wilmington

How to host a wine tasting

Decorating with Flowers

Best of Boho Outdoors

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