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Acing Online Interviews on Zoom, Skype, and Video Calls

Phew, it’s just an online interview. That’s way easier than an in-person interview, right? WRONG! Contrary to popular belief, online interviews can be much m...
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9.4

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9.0

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Platform: Skillshare
Video: 40m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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Video Score: 7.6 / 10
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Description

Phew, it’s just an online interview. That’s way easier than an in-person interview, right?

WRONG!

Contrary to popular belief, online interviews can be much more difficult than in-person interviews.

Sure, you COULD take an online interview in your living room in your PJs. But doesn’t mean you SHOULD.

The stakes for online interviews are just as high as in-person ones, and the virtual format comes with a host of unique challenges.

So don’t make the mistake of underestimating your next online interview.

This Explearning course draws from Greg and my combined experience navigating highly selective recruiting processes, on both sides of the table. We get deep into the head of the interviewer to understand what they are looking for in candidates.

It’s packed with original insights and powerful, actionable strategies to equip you for success.

You’ll find this course valuable if you match any of the following criteria:

  1. You’re searching for a new job
  2. You expect to encounter online interviews during that process
  3. You want a higher success rate with your online interviews
  4. You want to make a great impression over video chat, or
  5. You’re familiar with web conferencing technology and want to make that tech work for you rather than against you

It’s also important to note that, even if you plan to do your interviews in-person, you’ll still find tons of value in this course, so don’t let that be a barrier for you. The vast majority of the strategies in this course, like developing an elevator pitch, apply to all interview formats.

If you are deeply invested in supercharging your online interview skills, this is the course for you.

You will learn

This course is designed to be immediately implementable.

So to get the most out of this course, choose a company and role for which you intend to apply, and then go through the following steps, which mirror the structure of the lessons.

Feel free to re-watch the applicable lessons as you complete this assignment.

  1. Compile research on your company in the form of bulleted notes in a Word document. Feel free to group your research by category (e.g., Product, Customers, Employees, Growth Strategy).
  2. Develop your angle – how will you fit into the company and the role?
  3. Craft your 30-second “elevator pitch”.
  4. Prepare at least five anecdotes to answer five possible questions you expect to be asked during the interview.
  5. Enlist a friend or family member to walk you through a “mock interview”. Have them ask you the three “big” questions featured in this course along with any others you expect to encounter. During your mock interview, make sure you have an opportunity to practice everything you prepared in steps 1-4.

Once you’ve done that, feel free to share your notes and elevator pitch with everyone taking this course! We have no doubt that your unique approach to these challenging questions will be of enormous value to the community.

Thank you again for taking this course and we wish you the best of luck in your interviews!

Requirements

There is no requirement, anyone can start this course.

This course is for

Anybody can take this course, as it is suitable for all levels.

How much does the Acing Online Interviews on Zoom, Skype, and Video Calls course cost? Is it worth it?

You can enrol in this course with a Skillshare subscription that costs $8/month, but you start with a FREE 7-day trial. You can also enrol in thousands of courses on a variety of topics with your subscription, including several Video Interview courses.

Does the Acing Online Interviews on Zoom, Skype, and Video Calls course have a money back guarantee or refund policy?

There is no money-back guarantee with Skillshare, but you can start with a free one-week trial to learn without risk. With the subscription, you can download classes to your tablet or phone using the Skillshare app.

Are there any SCHOLARSHIPS for this course?

At the moment we couldn't find any available scholarship forAcing Online Interviews on Zoom, Skype, and Video Calls, but you can access more than 30 thousand classes for $8/month on Skillshare, including this one!

Who is the instructor? Is Mary Daphne a SCAM or a TRUSTED instructor?

Mary Daphne has created 8 courses that got 16 reviews which are generally positive. Mary Daphne has taught 290 students and received a 4.8 average review out of 16 reviews. Depending on the information available, Mary Daphne is a TRUSTED instructor.
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9.2

CourseMarks Score®

8.5

Freshness

9.4

Feedback

9.0

Content

Platform: Skillshare
Video: 40m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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