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9. What is a video interview like, and how to prepare for it?

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This episode is an interview with Brooke Young. Brooke has over 25...

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8. Positive Redundancy: Interview with Alistair Freeman

Alistair Freeman wrote a post on his LinkedIn profile describing his experience job hunting, following his redundancy a few months ago. He started by thanking everyone that helped him, and finished off by offering to “pay it forward”. His post was sent to me by one of our listeners...

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7. How to attend a job interview when you work full-time?

You want to keep it to yourself, but if you dress up to the nines, out of the blue, then take a 2-hour lunch break, it will be quite obvious you have gone to a job interview.

Listen to the poscast where I tell a very sad story about what not to do, and how everything can go really wrong if you...

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6. The secret benefits of failing at a job interview

No opportunity should be lost when you have invested so much time and effort at applying for the role you didn't get. Let's find out how to make a lemonade of your lemon! 

  1. Get to know recruiters and people in other organisations, departments, sectors: In the podcast I give a great example...
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5. Something important most people forget to do when going through job interviews

In my previous posts we discussed the effect of stress and anxiety on how we perform at interviews, or anything we feel threaten with. I can be a tough conversation at work, a difficult negotiation, a presentation you have to give and so on. When we get re-wired to cope with stress, we can...

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4. Part 2 – Developing your personal narrative

In this blog post/podcast episode I do have to finish what I started in Part 1, on how to develop your personal narrative, aka personal brand, although you will be able to follow just fine if you found me here, but it may be worth going back and listening to Part 1.


In Part 1 I mentioned how I...

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3. Part 1 – Developing your personal narrative

 In this Episode I share the first half of a presentation I did at a Conference in Sydney for the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (see link below). It was their Annual Leadership Summit and I was asked to speak on personal branding. However,  to avoid "eyes rolling" and...

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2. The reason why you may be struggling at job interviews

In this Episode I talk about the importance of practicing for interviews by going to interviews! Nothing beats the real deal when it comes to developing the expertise in nailing an interview situation. So, waiting to play your cards only when you find the perfect job is a risky move.

What you...

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1. How to be confident during job interviews: 3 strategies that will give you an unfair advantage

 The Job Hunting Podcast episode number 1 is out of the bag! In this episode my goal was to make you re-thing you stress and use it to your advantage.

I focus on three key themes during this chat:

  1. Focus less on your fear: everyone is as nervous and jittery as you are, the other candidates...
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