For over twenty years, AP Professionals has been helping people prepare for interviews. We have compiled a list of resources to assist you in preparation. We find it’s helpful to review this before any interview, even if you have several years of experience interviewing in the past. It is always a good idea to refresh. A quick review can make you feel more prepared and confident.
If your resume lacks distinction, take a few days to recall the achievements in your career (almost a report card on yourself). You’ll find things about yourself that you might not have included in your most current resume. Be patient in this process, it’s your career you’re thinking about. Remember, it’s not what you’re responsible for that gets you a job (your peers have the identical responsibilities), it’s what you do well within your responsibilities that separates the winners from the losers. We have also come up with some additional do’s and don’ts to help you.
To succeed and find fulfillment in the new world of work, you must change the way you think about your career. It’s time to treat career management as an ongoing activity. Creating your personal brand is a great way to get you to change the way you think about your career. Your ultimate goal should be to distinguish yourself for career success.