Learn from a former recruiter how to get more job offers and negotiate the maximum compensation possible.
Hi, I'm Lisa Rangel, Executive resume writer and founder of Chameleon Resumes.
We know that the perfect 6-figure career won't be handed to us on a silver platter — and they're definitely not listed on any job boards. That's why my team and I have helped hundreds of people just like you get the 6-figure position they deserve.
For the overwhelming majority of our clients it’s been a long, long time since they’ve had to interview for a job.
In many ways an interview is part sale, part performance. You have a limited amount of time to leave a lasting, positive impression on people whose job it is to critically evaluate you against other qualified candidates.
The interview exists so your potential employer has an opportunity to reconcile how you present yourself on paper with who you “really” are.
Expect that they’ll be observing you - your demeanor and your communication and interpersonal skills. Do you project the aura of a take charge leader or are you paralyzed by a lack of preparedness and unable to answer critical questions?
A competent hiring manager knows how to identify and evaluate your weaknesses. Do you chafe under authority? Are you bad with deadlines or uncomfortable with dissenting opinions and viewpoints? They know where to look and what questions to ask.
Your resume tells your professional history – but it’s just a collection of dates and achievements. It’s up to you to create a narrative – a personal history that culminates with you being in that exact room at that exact moment with exactly the skillset and attitude that your prospective employer is so desperately seeking.
Can you tell that story? Would you be to talk about yourself like that given the opportunity?
Make no mistake, interviewing is very much a skill, and like any skill getting good requires practice.
Lots of practice.
But how do you practice flexing your critical thinking skills or your thinking-on-your-feet skills? How do you practice projecting confidence, affability and authority?
Knowing how to effortlessly address the out-of-the-box questions you can expect will be coming isn’t something you can learn from a couple of blog posts or a company profile.
What you need is an expert who can give you perspective, feedback and advice - someone who understands, in depth, the ways in which various industries identify, vet and select potential talent. More than that you need a repeatable process that you can learn and utilize for each one of your interviews going forward.
You’ll work with one of our career coaches (each one is a former recruiter with years of experience across a multitude of industries) to develop a personalized, repeatable process that you can use over and over again to prepare for interviews, land job offers and negotiate the highest compensation possible.
In this eBook and recorded webinar, Resume and Job Search expert, Lisa Rangel of Chameleon Resumes, will give you concrete advice on the following topics:
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