Do You Have a Second, Third or Final Interview Scheduled?

The Pressure Is Growing!

Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter

It’s great that you’ve gotten past the first interview. Now, things will get harder until you get to the final round where everything is on the line and you are competing for the final “win.”

When I worked in search, I helped more than 1200 people get full time positions plus many consultants land new assignments.

As a coach, I’ve helped many more overcome the obstacle course of interviews and get their new roles.

Schedule a free discovery call to decide whether you would like my help.

Schedule a Session With Me

In the first session, I’ll explain the framework for interviews. In the second we’ll do a mock interview.

We’ll do the sessions over Zoom, a video platform used worldwide,  record the session (with your permission) and send them to you afterward via Dropbox for you to review.

There’s no need to take notes. Everything will be there PLUS you’ll be able to see what I see and understand what I am picking up on that you may be completely unaware of.

In addition, you won’t be billed if we go a few minutes long.

Lastly, you will receive a PDF of what will be my ninth book about job hunting with answers to tough interview questions that you can practice with.

The book has not been to the editor yet so it is a bit rough and not complete however it is still over 100 pages and very good.

After the first hour, you can purchase as little as a 30-minute session with me to keep sharp and/or get more practice. After all, it is better to make mistakes with me, rather than on the interview!

Note: I Can Help You No Matter What Level of Experience You Have.

As long as you are English speaking, my coaching will help you present yourself better, gain confidence, eliminate your nervousness, and allow you to “package” your experience in the best possible light.

Recommendations

Jeff is a knowledgeable and sincere career coach. Not only was he always available, he has a true understanding of the dynamics of recruitment, job hunting, offer negotiation and my industry as a whole. Please reach out to him if you need guidance in the areas I mentioned above. You will not be disappointed.

OT
Cyber Security Leader

I was in the middle of a job transition where one position was ending due to end of contract with customer, but I had two possibilities: one with a contingent offer that would start the following Monday, and one full offer with an original start date 2 weeks later. Jeff gave me sound advice, reassuring me which choice is the right one. In fact, the organization from whom I have accepted the offer agreed to bump my start date 2 weeks earlier from the original date, thus giving me a continuous employment flow, just changing organizations over the weekend. I hope to seek advice from him via his YouTube videos as well as his LinkedIn when it comes to my career. Thank you so much for your sound advice Jeff.

JB
Senior Test Engineer

I am in middle of career transition and I recently reached out to Jeff before an important interview. In one hour Jeff was able to help me become well-prepared and he covered lots of important information that really helped me in a lot of ways. He gauges and understands the problem really well and then accordingly provide you with the correct guidance. He is really good with career coaching and I would totally recommend him going forward.

MS
Director

Let Me Help You Prepare

I don’t have to tell you that continuing to learn through trial and error is both frustrating and painful. You have gotten through the initial hurdles. Your family, friends, perhaps even colleagues are starting to get excited for you. Yet, you have a few more hoops to jump through before you achieve success.

You are going to put in a lot of effort and, I’m sure, would hate to come up short. After all, there is nothing worse than having to tell all those people, “I didn’t get it.”

Let me help you perform at a high level, connect with the interviewer or interviewers so they trust you and hire you.

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