20 years of behavioral psychology has built a strong skill set for interviewing prospective employees. I often see the same common mistakes when people come to an interview. I have taught dozens of people successful job interview skills specifically for those who are looking to change their career path and field of work.
How do you translate your skills from one workforce that on the surface has nothing to do with another? Easy, by being curious, inquisitive and turning the interview around.
Your experience is valuable to a prospective employer. They are looking for the diamond in the rough. Every interviewer wants to find that employee that is special, unique and brings something to the position that is not already part of the company... They are looking for you.
I can help bring your diamond qualities to the surface and give insight to what interviewers are looking for. We will even get into how to reverse the interview and take the lead.