25 episodes

Based on insights into who is really getting the job (plus exactly how they do it), this podcast is a new and simple approach to job interview preparation. Each episode is only five minutes long. This way, you can make progress even if you only have a couple of minutes. It contains one specific topic, gives you the relevant background and a clear and simple, step-by-step approach to help you prepare the perfect answers.

Visit www.InterviewPreparationSimplified.com for more information on how to prepare for an interview, to provide feedback or to make suggestions for upcoming episodes..

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Based on insights into who is really getting the job (plus exactly how they do it), this podcast is a new and simple approach to job interview preparation. Each episode is only five minutes long. This way, you can make progress even if you only have a couple of minutes. It contains one specific topic, gives you the relevant background and a clear and simple, step-by-step approach to help you prepare the perfect answers.

Visit www.InterviewPreparationSimplified.com for more information on how to prepare for an interview, to provide feedback or to make suggestions for upcoming episodes..

    How to prepare for a screening call

    How to prepare for a screening call

    Employers use screening calls to decide whether or not it's worth moving the applicant forward to the next stage of the hiring process. In this episode, I share a simple, five-step approach to help you ace that first call.

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    • 6 min
    How to deal with unexpected interview questions

    How to deal with unexpected interview questions

    Handling unexpected interview questions can be tough. In this episode, I share a simple, 4-step approach to help you deal with the uncertainty.

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    • 6 min
    What do you do at your current job?

    What do you do at your current job?

    Interviewers want to assess how well your most recent professional experience aligns with what is expected from you in the role you applied for. In this episode, I show you a simple, 5-step approach to help you focus on the right things when talking about what you do at your current job.


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    • 4 min
    Why are you leaving your current position?

    Why are you leaving your current position?

    When asked “Why are you leaving your current position?" you should focus on the opportunity ahead and avoid badmouthing your current or former employer, manager or team. In this episode, I show you a simple, four-step approach to help you formulate a convincing answer.


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    • 5 min
    Tell me about a time you received constructive feedback

    Tell me about a time you received constructive feedback

    When interviewers ask you questions about feedback you have received, what they really want to know is how you used that feedback to improve. In this episode, I will show you five simple steps to formulate a convincing answer to these kinds of questions that will set you apart from other candidates.

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    • 5 min
    Describe a conflict you have been involved in at work.

    Describe a conflict you have been involved in at work.

    Interviewers often try to assess your conflict-resolution, collaboration and communication skills. In this episode, I will show you five simple steps to formulate a convincing answer to this question

    Visit www.InterviewPreparationSimplified.com for a transcript of this episode, to provide feedback or to sign up to my newsletter!

    • 6 min

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