Does any of this sound familiar?
“I wish someone could tell me exactly what I am doing wrong in these interviews.”
“I am doing my best but I am not getting anywhere. I am starting to lose my confidence.”
“I thought I nailed the interview, so why didn’t I get the offer? I really want to get it right next time”
“I am sending out hundreds of resumes and I rarely hear back.”
“What should I do if the interviewer asks me ‘What is your biggest weakness?’ I feel like I’m always giving some weak answer.”
If so, you’ve come to the right place.
Hi, I am Margaret Buj, Interview Coach and I help professionals get hired, promoted and earn more.
I have 11 years of international recruitment experience, hiring across Europe and the US. In the last 10 years of running my coaching practice, I’ve successfully helped hundreds of job seekers get the jobs or promotions they really wanted.
Helping my clients to achieve their goals is a passion of mine – I’ve worked with talented professionals from all over the world who succeeded in getting job offers in very competitive fields e.g law or consulting just after one training session. Many of them have had a lot of unsuccessful interviews before.
Having worked with people across multiple industries, in both private and public sectors, I’ve learnt EXACTLY what it takes to get hired in a competitive job market – and I’d love to help you do the same.
Walking into the meeting room, feeling absolutely confident and excited about the interview?
Having lots of impressive, specific and tangible examples that demonstrate that you’re the best candidate for the job?
Being prepared for all the tough interview questions and crystal clear on the value you can bring to the job?
I’m here to help you understand what your unique selling points are and what value you can bring to an organisation. I’ll help you create specific examples that shows how your experience perfectly matches the requirements of the job.
Are you ready to make it happen?
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