Be prepared for your job interview by professional expert Psychologists

Every job interview requires in-depth preparation. The aim of such an interview is to collect as much information as possible on your suitability to perform the role you applied for. This information is derived from several sources:

  • The content of your responses to beahvioural questions,
  • Your appearance,
  • The extent to which you demonstrate self-confidence and stress during the interview,
  • Your behaviour,
  • Your attitude to the problems presented (i.e. aggressive, silent, accommodating).

The information is collected from the moment you start

Many people assign to the interviewer or the organisational psychologist unrealistic powers. They are certain that the interviewer can very quickly read them through. Therefore, they start the interview with many fears which tend to negatively impact their behaviour during the interview. However, the psychologist or any other interviewer has no more capabilities than the average person. He or she simply analyse the information collected using professional tools. A significant part of the interviewer impression on you is determined the in the same way as you determine your impression of other people.

Every interviewer has their own personal style

Some interviewers like to create a good atmosphere and avoid from pressuring you. Their intent is to make you forget that you are actually being tested. Others prefer to emphasis the pressure and can impose on you a fair amount of stress by asking very confronting and difficult questions. They can, also, ask provocative questions which can raise a doubt your capabilities and ability to deal with the job requirements. This is done intentionally to measure how good you respond to and cope with pressure. You must remember that during the interview you must be at your best.

The types of job interviews:

You must be prepared for all of them to ensure you successfully pass your job interview.

Click on each of the following job interview types to discover what they are and how to effectively prepare for them:


What must an effective preparation for your job interview have?

The following components are critical to ensure that you are ready for your job interview:

  • Must be customised to your job interview in terms of interview questions and content.
  • Must be delivered by an experienced and professional trainer such as a psychologist.
  • Must include real time interview simulations and practical feedback.
  • Must include feedback not only about content but also about body language.

Important job interview tips

Discover useful Job Interview Tips to ensure that you pass your job interview with flying colours.

How our professional preparations gets you ready for your job interview:

Our experienced psychologists developed a unique approach to prepare you for your job interview.

Job customised 1-on-1 coaching:

For those who wish to ensure that they are coached by the best in the market in the preparation for their job interview, we offer a very tailored 1-on-1 coaching sessions.

What do you get in these sessions:

  • You are coached by experienced psychologists.
  • Only offered face-to-face in our offices or via Skype live to ensure that you and your coach see each other.
  • You get to experience real job interview simulations tailored to your job including behavioural job interview questions.
  • You receive expert on the spot practical feedback and get to apply it in your next job interview simulations.
  • You receive from our expert psychologists practical guidance on how to improve your answers and body language.

Job interview course online:

For those who wish to just have a basic preparation for their job interview, we offer a basic job interview course online. This course offers information about the following:

  • How to manage your body language to achieve a successful job interview.
  • What not to do in an interview.
  • How to prepare for a competency & behavioural based interviews including lists of interview questions for popular job competencies.
  • How to start and finish an interview.
  • Immediate Access.
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