Do you know what kinds of research you need to do before the interview to ensure you get the job?
The job market has become progressively more competitive in the last few years, and expectations are at an all time high when it comes to figuring out who the best candidate is for any executive role within a Fortune 500 company, anywhere in the world.
The trend has only accelerated in the last few years, and holds across all sectors and borders, as well as job functions.
I’ve seen this at play first-hand as I’ve gone through my own job searches, but my clients have also experienced this in their job searches.
In the past, candidates did not have as much access to information, but now with the internet there is access to a tremendous amount of information about companies and individuals.
That is great news. However, it can also be a problem because you have to figure out what information is valuable for your search and what is not.
If you go into a job interview unprepared, you will not make it to the next round.
Even if you’re scaling up your due diligence efforts on a company, you need to know what pieces of information are relevant, and then determine exactly what to do with them.
I created the Problem SWOTer, a pre-interview research analysis tool, so that you can:
1. Rest assured that you did the right amount of company research and that you covered all your bases.
2. Outpace your competition by using the same analysis that your employer will be using to grow.
3. Show that you can solve the business challenges that are keeping your employer up at night.
With my pre-interview research analysis tool, you can connect the dots between the company’s needs and what you bring to the table.
When you come into an interview better prepared, you will be able to show that you are the right choice for the position and the right catalyst for change.
By showing companies that you are the right catalyst for change in their environment with this sophisticated and creative analysis, you will stand out among other prospects and nail the interview.
Let me show you how to do this research and analysis to position yourself perfectly in the market to get your dream job.
It’s when you get your dream job faster that you remove the doubts and insecurities around a job search and can confidently take your family to Hawaii for vacation.
If you want to live your life on your own terms, you’ll have to secure that new position by rising above the competition in the interview process.