22 Tips On How To Land That Next Job

If you have picked up this article then chances are you:

  1. Have decided you want a new job
  2. Have started looking but are not getting interviews
  3. Are getting interviews but not getting offers.

So let me cut to the chase and share 22 things you can do to land that next job:

  1. Get clear about the role you want
  2. Get clear about the industry or sector you want to work in
  3. Get clear about the type of organisation you want to work in
  4. Get clear about the type of people you want to be working with
  5. Get clear about the type of work environment you want to be in
  6. Determine what technical skills you have
  7. Determine what leadership skills you have
  8. Determine what management skills you have
  9. Determine what interpersonal skills you have
  10. Determine what business skills
  11. Determine your best attributes or qualities
  12. Make a list of all of your career achievements
  13. Re-write all of your career achievements in business benefit orientated language
  14. Create a new CV
  15. Create a summary of what you can offer to employers
  16. Create a 60 second pitch explaining why you are the ideal person to employ
  17. Make a list of common interview questions
  18. Write out answers to all the common interview questions
  19. Speak the answers to interview questions out loud
  20. Video yourself answering interview questions
  21. Do a mock interview with someone else
  22. Analyse the feedback you have had from interviews

If all of the above seems too much to do on your own, click here and enlist my support to help you land that next job.

Duncan Brodie helps accountants and professionals achieve more career success.  Learn more here.

About the Author Duncan Brodie

In summary since 2006 I’ve worked with in excess of 6,000 accountants and professionals in workshops, seminars and one to one helping them achieve career success and become better leaders and presenters. Before that I spent 25 years in accountancy climbing the career ladder from Payments Clerk to FD. I’m a CIMA Fellow, Certified Professional Coach and Team Coach Facilitator.

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