On Thursday I am teaching a live course on interviewing, part 1 of a three-part course that can enhance your interviewing skill.
Do you know how many job applicants who believed they nailed the interview won a job offer?
Not that many.
It is hard to define success when you struggle to define what you must do to succeed.
Answering questions in a competent manner is not the definition of a good interview.
A successful job interview is when an applicant summarizes their experience and accomplishments with illustrations and stories that support their values, ideas, and abilities, and doing it in a way that is engaging, fostering likeability and trust.
The biggest problem most people have is nervousness. Nervousness occurs when applicants are not adequately prepared.