There is no point in being invited to interviews if what you say and how you say it don't match the expectations your resume has set.

Many clients tell me they will be fine once they get to the interview only to find they don’t always get as far as their experience, achievements and fit with the job suggest they should.

After a couple of hours and a relatively modest investment, you will have learned invaluable techniques and approaches that will give you the competitive edge you need. It’s a matter of covering all bases and properly managing your risks.

We identify where you really need to focus and concentrate on the few essential elements that contribute most to success.

I won't provide you with a set of standard responses and phrases - there are countless books and articles which will provide you with those. At an interview, you need to present yourself in the best possible way. Most of us do not have the acting skills or confidence needed to consistently pass ourselves off as something we are not…not to a skilled interviewer. Nor should we. We’ll regret it.

I won’t give you a script. A script only works when you know what the other person will say and do. (There are other web sites advertising clairvoyants.)

You won’t get a list of the "do’s" and "don'ts" of interviews or interview "tips" - you can read books and articles on that. In any event, It's almost impossible to remember tips in the heat of the moment and they make you seem artificial and awkward.

The most effective approach is to be the best that you can be because that's what the employer will be buying and because that’s all you’ve got to offer. An integrated and authentic presentation of you at your best will achieve the best possible outcome.

My interview coaching session will help ensure that you are able to deliver your best possible performance. There are no second chances. No second takes. It’s a live performance every time.