June 26, 2014

Interviewing with U.S. and U.K. Clients - Tips & Strategies

If you work for a company in which outsourced projects from the U.S. and the U.K. prevail, at some point you may need to sit for an interview with the client offshore to be chosen for project roles. 
Prepare well for your next interview.
The PowerPoint in this post is a guide to help you to understand some of the expectations of U.S. and U.K. interviewers. While it is imperative that you also practice answering technical questions, this presentation focuses on helping you to understand the motivations and thought process behind some of the more popular behavioral questions.  

While it is important to keep your answers focused toward the job description and professional achievements, this PowerPoint and it's videos help you to answer questions balancing your skills and hard skills into a convincing proposition for your prospective client. 

If you cannot see the presentation, click here.

If you would like to participate in a similar training in a face-to-face environment, in individual or group sections to build your interview and business skills with native English speaking Western clients, colleagues and partners, contact Jennifer today. Related Posts: Highlighting accomplishments   Tips on getting an interview with a Western company  Working with Americans -a Handy Guide  Networked blogs link: http://nblo.gs/XZCFD

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