Many of you will have finished with your 3 or 4 years of University and will have spent the Summer sending out applications and attending interviews. The choices that you make and that are offered to you within the next 12 months could affect your career forever. But everyone knows that it is just not that easy. It can be difficult enough finding Saturday jobs, let alone getting that job, your dream job, your number one job at graduate level.
So how do you reach that dream graduate job?
Simple, you need to make every interview count and make sure that you stand out from the crowd.
In the news recently, it was reported that hundreds of young British graduates are going to China for work experience and to improve their CV’s. This is great, but not everyone can afford to go 5,000 odd miles AND take a year out, for a beefier CV.
A much easier and less costly option is to work with what you’ve got, exploit your own talent, experiences and learn how to sell, both on your CV and in that interview.
Professional Coaching from a Professional Coach
A former tennis coach, Peter Botting has over 23,000 hours experience helping people present and sell themselves better. This has included working with 13 PLCs, 2 governments, and over 1000 politicians including coaching and speech-writing for a Prime Minister.
In other positions he has also spent some time as the evil interviewer:-
- As Group Managing Director of 3 manufacturing companies with 135 staff
- In Magistrate Selections – Sussex
- During 12 months working with the Head of International Human Resources at SAP headquarters.
Peter, a regular speaker at YBF Conferences, is offering YBF graduates a discounted rate of £50 off his courses (£20 off for virtual courses). Please email Peter if you are interested in any of this courses with the Reference YBFGRAD.