Do you struggle when it comes to:
- Understanding jobs in the public service?
- Writing a quality statement to selection criteria?
- Performing well at job interviews?
- Managing your career and the entire application cycle?
- Making sense of what you offer and 'selling' this to an employer?
- Fostering your wellbeing during job transitions?
If you do, you could be:
- Missing out on your dream job.
- Avoiding opportunities that could bring you more money and greater job satisfaction.
- Experiencing the embarrassment of missing out on a promotion.
- Sabotaging yourself at interview.
- Sinking in a quagmire of doubt, worry, confusion.
The good news is that you can approach job applications with clarity, confidence, coherence, conciseness and competence.
- By learning the specific writing techniques that get your foot in the door.
- By building confidence and managing nerves so they don’t undermine your performance.
- By taking an ‘application cycle’ approach with ongoing preparation that saves you hours of stress when the application is due.
- By learning new speaking habits so that you can sell yourself at interview.
- By thinking more flexibly and speaking more confidently you can transform your applications and interview performance.
This section of selectioncriteria.com.au offers you a range of services and free resources:
Invitation to contribute to a survey: Worst Job Interview Questions
You are invited to offer examples of your worst interview questions.
If you have been asked some 'curious' questions during a job interview, let me know. Your responses will feed some articles about crafting quality questions and responding to some of those 'doozies' selection panels come up with.
Please send your questions from here