Where do you see yourself in 5 years is one really dumb job interview question. It truly is. But, if you look at this question another way and consider how it can be valuable for your career and life, it can yield quite a lot of value!
Wondering how to get the information you need to assess the employer? In this video, you'll learn the formula for how to ask questions in a job interview to assess the employer's behavior so YOU can make the best career choices and avoid big mistakes!
I cover what likely happening behind the scenes and what you should do to make sure you stay on top of the company's radar for new positions!
on the ultimate question to ask at the end of the job interview! If you ever finished an interview and thought you nailed it, but didn't get the job, you likely did not ask this question! I could have made this video ONE minute long, so if you're totally impatient, jump to 4:38. But, then, you'll miss the entire point of why you want to use this technique.
I know it's easy to get nervous when you're heading into a job interview, but you don't need to be. You got this! And, I've got your back when it comes to being more confident and less anxious when it's time to shine!
Is that a red flag or a yellow flag? Our initial reactions to anything, many times based on false info, can set us in the wrong direction quickly. When you know WHAT to look at and HOW to look at it and WHAT to ask and HOW to ask it, you’ll learn what you need to make an educated decision about whether you want to apply for or take the job.
Should I? Shouldn’t I? Paper? iPad? Computer? Can I read my interview answers? Can I read my interview questions? Can I write stuff down when the interviewer is talking? How am I going to remember everything? Notes. During a job interview that is. If I CAN use them, how should I use them? Join me for this video to learn all this and then some.
Join career expert and award-winning author Andrew LaCivita for his video on how to ace video job interviews.