There are many ways to communicate during your job search - writing (emails, texts, marketing portfolio) and speaking (interviews, presentations). Even the most prolific speakers practice and have tips and tricks to engage their audience.
It's important when you are in an interview that you show clarity and confidence in telling your story.
- Spend time on articulating and knowing your stories that focus on the strengths (Peppercorn Discovery can help with this).
- Do your research to know what is important to your audience (recruiter/hiring manager) and can showcase the value you bring to the table.
- Practice talking about your relevant previous experiences and bring in your own personality in your storytelling.
- Additionally, you can engage your audience by telling stories and analogies that connect with what's important to them and aligns with you. (MIT Professor Patrick Henry Winston)
MIT Professor Patrick Henry Winston has some additional great tips through his lecture series to help you find some new tips and tricks to up your game during your search for What's Next!
What other tips do you have to speak clearly, confidently, and effectively?