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The Interview That Sells Your Potential

Learning outcomes:

  • Learn how to present and market yourself throughout the interview process
  • Approaching competency based questions 
  • How to approach video interviews vs face-to-face
  • How to tackle tough interview questions 
  • Prepare for common interview questions


The Complete Interview Guide

The importance of preparation cannot be overstated. As well as boosting your confidence, it will help you to present your best self.

Interviewers frequently test a candidate's preparation to see how enthusiastic they are about the role and the company. Thorough preparation demonstrates to them that you’re serious about the job. In this chapter we show you how to prepare for success.

Find out how to:

  • Effectively prepare for an interview
  • What to do on the day of the interview 
  • Maximise the first 5 minutes of an interview
  • Address common interview questions
  • Avoid common interview mistakes
  • Thrive on video interviews


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Top tips on how to achieve interview success

With Habiba Khatoon, Director
Robert Walters Midlands 

Top tips:

  • Research thoroughly. It is important not to just look at the company website, take time to read press releases, annual reports, evaluate competitors and familiarise yourself with the interviewer
  • Prepare plenty of questions in advance and focus only on questions to do with the business and role at this stage
  • First impressions are very important, plan ahead


How to answer the most common difficult interview questions

With Louise Tallboy-Wood, Manager
Walters People London

Top Tips:

  • Thinking about potential difficult interview questions beforehand can help the interview run smoothly and help you stand out against the competition
  • Some of the most difficult questions are very common, pushing interviewees to think creatively, strategically and critically
  • Apply your interview answers to the job description 
  • Demonstrate relevant job skills and experiences in your answers 
  • Consider your long-term career goals and how this move will help you achieve your goals


Learn about the common interview questions and how to tackle them. Start practising for your next interview today!

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