Job interviews: How to sell yourself successfully
6 May, 2016

Job Interviews - how to sell yourself effectively

Worried about an upcoming job interview and think that your nerves will get the better of you? Don't know how to convince the panel you're the best person for the job? Been made redundant and feeling desperate to get a new job?

Take hope. In just 60 minutes, expert job interviews coach Rachel Green will show you how to talk about your strengths, skills and experience, how to sound credible, convincing and confident and how to pick the best examples so you explain your value to the organisation. Learn how to differentiate yourself from the opposition now! ONLY 15 places.


What this practical job interviews live tele-class will cover:

  1. How job interviews are changing.
  2. How to answer, "Why do you want this job?" or "Tell me about yourself".
  3. Understand why the panel needs you to help them pick you.
  4. How to talk about your strengths, skills and experience.
  5. How to sound credible, convincing and confident.
  6. How to pick the best examples.
  7. How to do the right research and preparation.
  8. Why you need to explain your value to the organisation.
  9. Why you need to talk about the future and move beyond your experiences and history.
  10. What to say at the end of the interview.
  11. Great questions to ask.
  12. Ways to reduce your interview nerves.

Available for private groups and organisations by request 

Please contact us to have this emotional resilience tele-class conducted privately for your group or organisation.

Ideal for: Professional people who are stressed by job interviews. Anyone who has had a job interview but failed to get the position. Anyone who has recently been made redundant and is daunted by having to go to job interviews again. Anyone who has a job interview coming up who hasn't been to one for a long while. Women returning to work after taking time off from their careers to have children. This is geared to professional people, higher levels of public servants and people who have already got an established career and are wanting to progress. It is not aimed at the long-term unemployed or people entering the job market for the first time, although if they wish to join in they are welcome.

The easy tele-class format for job interview skills


Delivered excellent content

This was the first tele-class I've attended. It was easy and a really convenient way to receive training - all in the comfort of my dining room! Rachel delivered excellent content and had plenty of great practical examples.

Kym Godfrey. Accent West. Perth. Western Australia.
I really enjoyed the format and Rachel's warmth

I just wanted to say thank you for today's tele-class. I really enjoyed the format and Rachel's warmth and I will benefit from the information shared - all excellent!

Sheila Mackridge, Counsellor, Olney, England. 2016.
I would recommend Rachel's live tele-classes to anyone

It was great to be able to do this live tele-class, in my own space and with no travel and accommodation expenses. Rachel's presentation was short, sharp and to the point; and I was able to take away so much from it, even though we only had an hour. I would recommend Rachel's live tele-classes to anyone wanting to acquire new skills, brush-up on old ones or discover something about themselves.

Cherie Wallace, Coordinator Statutory Planning, City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Western Australia.
Loved how interactive it was

What I loved about your tele-class was how interactive it was. You seemed very attentive to our responses via text and took great care in answering and acknowledging them. This surely helped me be very engaged. I like the format of being able to see you on video which made the whole experience as if I was getting a personal coaching. Thank you for doing these classes. 

Sophia Ojha, Candler, NC. United States of America. 2016.
I find the tele-class technology so easy

Thank you Rachel! Your tele-class was a wonderful experience. Living in the country makes it difficult to gain access to valuable information and I find the tele-class technology so easy. Through your support I know that I can take on whatever life and work throw at me and I'll come out the other side intact and not wrecked.

Donna Rayner, Project Officer, Mingenew-Irwin Group, Western Australia.
Enormously beneficial

Just want to let you know how much I enjoyed the live tele-class. It was at a time which really suited me in that I could finish work, log onto the tele-class, complete the session and still be home in time for dinner! Once the class started I found it really easy to follow and I could ask questions via the chat box. The information you gave us is enormously beneficial. 

Kerry Morrison, Training and Workforce Development Consultant, CommunityWest. WA.

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