An EIM Membership Will Help You Get to the Follow-up Interview and the Offer

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As a member of EIM, you have unlimited access to our Video-Based Interview Practice Tool.  Using this tool you can record short presentations [2 minutes], review your recording and re-record until you are satisfied with it’s professionalism. You can use this tool in many ways:

  • Practice your short networking presentation when you are introducing yourself to a new contact
  • Practice your answers to commonly asked interview questions.
  • Practice specific questions you are likely to be asked during a particular interview.
  • Practice the questions you will ask the company during your interview.
  • Practice your answers to questions you must video record and return to a hiring manager as a prescreening tool. PS: This technology is called a “Robo-Interview” and it is being used increasingly as a way to save time and money by the employer when looking for talent.

Remember, the idea is to get to the next interview and, eventually, the job offer. The best way to become an excellent interviewee is to practice. Using the video on your smartphone or laptop to hone your skill as an interviewee gives your best chance of getting to the offer.

Roger Federer spends much more time practicing his game than playing match. Lebron James practices his shot every day. If you want to become more like the Roger Federer and Lebron James of interviewing, you need to practice.

Beyond this great tool we provide you with profiles on executive career coaches around the country who can help you with a more powerful way to hone your skills at interviewing and our content library has a selection of articles and videos about interviewing.

The EIM Video-Based Practice Tool Can Help You

  • Practice elevator speeches
  • Practice difficult questions that are likely to be asked
  • Practice questions specific to a particular employer or interview
  • Practice the questions you are going to ask
  • Practice for “Robo-interviews”