It's Time to Go Back to Basics
So many people think the job interview process is rigged. Sure, it’s far from perfect. But the truth is, you can win at interviews by getting really good at a few basic skills.
It's time to simplify the job interview - by breaking it down into simple tactics. In this course, I'll teach you the foundational interview skills you've been skipping over. We'll practice these skills with simple strategies, so you'll be prepared and confident in every job interview. These are lifelong skills that will help you land great jobs throughout your career!
Winning at job interviews is all about understanding the process, and developing a strategy. That’s exactly what this course will help you to do. After years of conversations, feedback, and suggestions from the Mac’s List community, we’ve built Job Interview Essentials.
In this course, you'll find:
As the founder and publisher of Mac's List, I’ve been connecting people to rewarding work since 2001. Based in Portland, Oregon -- one of the country's most competitive job markets -- Mac's List is an online community for job seekers. We offer tools and actionable advice to people seeking meaningful work. Whether you are looking for your first job, a better job or just want to manage the direction of your career, Mac’s List offers the resources and connections you need to make it happen.
Read more about me here on Mac's List.
Got a big interview coming up? You've only got once chance to make a good impression. Learn everything you need to do to knock it out of the park.
Have you had a bad experiences in past interviews? Do you get nervous? Or maybe you just can't seem to "connect" with interviewers. I'll give you tactics to prepare and execute interviews like a pro.
Older job seekers face a unique set of challenges in the interview process. Ageism is a real issue and can derail even the most qualified candidates. I'll show you how to neutralize age as a factor in your interviews.
Don’t want to struggle through a dozen bad interviews before you get it right. Let me show you what works when you want to impress a hiring manager.