Category Archives for How to Succeed In Job Interviews

How Many Potential Questions Should You Identify Ahead of A Job Interview?

Job interviews tend to follow a similar pattern. Typically 60-90 minutes for a first formal interview. In that time there’s a limit on how many questions you are going to be asked. Of course how many questions you will be asked and how many you need to be ready for is very different. Whenever I’m speaking about landing your […]

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The Value Of A Mock Interview Ahead Of The Real Thing

Job interviews are part and parcel of landing your next job. If your application has done its job and got you through the screening process, you are a big step closer to getting the job. Here’s the problem.  Many accountants and professionals struggle in job interviews. This might surprise you.  On the other hand think about it. Most of […]

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Making Your Job Interview Preparation More Effective

You have made it to the job interview stage and have been invited to interview. Now you are a huge step closer to landing your next accounting job or next job in your professional field. Before the interview you want to prepare.  Most understand this. Trouble is what people understand and what they do is often very different. From […]

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Finding Your Unique Selling Points

You see an accounting or other professional role advertised. You apply and are called for interview.  So far so good. Deep down you know the following:You have a lot to offer.The competition will be strong.You can all do the job to a technically competent level.Armed with this you know that you are going to have to stand […]

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Success In Remote Job Interviews – What You Can Learn From Television

If you are looking for a new job right now it’s highly likely that the job interview process will be done remotely. For many accountants and professionals this is very unfamiliar territory. So how might you have more confidence and success by learning from television? That’s one of many questions I asked Media coach and expert Alan Stevens. With […]

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What Makes You Different From Every Other Accountant?

You apply for an accounting job that you know you could do really well. You get invited to the job interview. It’s all going really well. Then you get asked what makes you different from every other accountant? For the well prepared candidate this shouldn’t be a difficult question to answer. On the other hand it’s easy to1Panic2Blurt something out3Say […]

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Don’t Blow Your Chances of Success in Your Next Accounting Job Interview

You have got through the screening process.  Your marketing has been effective.  Your CV has got you an interview. So far so good.  You are one step closer to getting the job. Of course there is still a lot to do to get the job offer after interview. If you do this you will blow your chances of […]

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Making A Good First Impression In Job Interviews

You never get a second chance to make a good first impression, especially when it comes to job interviews. A good interviewer won’t jump to conclusions.  Sadly a lot of the time those interviewing accountants for roles often have limited experience. As a result they can often make their mind up quickly about a candidate.  Then spend […]

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How To Really Do Well In Your Next Job Interview

Get Access To My Free How To Ace The Job Interview Mini Course Job interviews are challenging.  They are also a great opportunity for you. Sadly many accountants and professionals struggle in job interviews. It’s not that they are not capable.  Often they just don’t do what’s necessary to perform really well. Check out the video above and […]

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How to Handle Job Interview Questions About a Lack of Experience

You apply for a role that you believe you are a good but not a perfect fit.  You get the invitation to go along for an interview. So far so good.  The interview is going well.  You feel you have built up good rapport with the person who is interviewing you. Then it gets to the […]

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