WHAT IF?

  • You could gain more confidence to interview successfully?
  • You had a coach who gave you straight-forward feedback and a plan for success?
  • You had tools to assist you when answering difficult questions asked in interviews?
  • You could obtain all these things with one easy contact? 
I am the Interview Coach, Carole Martin, who has coached literally thousands of candidates ranging from Administration to FBI Agent candidates and everything in-between. I would like very much to chat with you and find out what’s going on in your career and interviews.
Through my extensive experience and education, you will find chatting with me very rewarding as I will give immediate feedback and options available to you.

Phone Coaching

Increase your chances of
getting offers

Become confident and convincing by developing a personalized strategy with your coach. No travel, convenient times, great results!

First Time Interviewer

For Students/New Grads/First Time Interview & Job Seekers Who Need to Improve Skills

Give your “GRAD” (or yourself!) the gift of a lifetime.

Follow the advice of sage coaches and begin your journey onto the “World of Work.”

You’re about to discover the inside secrets for becoming the top candidate in a highly competitive market based on my experience on the other side of the interview desk conducting 1,000’s of interviews.

And the best part? You can get an enormous edge over your competition by practicing these simple techniques for just a day or two.

Interviewing Coaching Products

DO-IT-YOURSELF INTERVIEW COACHING PACKAGE


Add to this program will guide you through your preparation to become a savvy interview candidate – in a hurry

  • The latest best-selling interview books to download: “Interview Fitness Training”, “What To Say In Every Job Interview” and the Second Edition of “Boost Your Interview IQ”.
  • Download Recordings – tips, tools, and advice from Carole Martin, The Interview Coach.
  • Learn How To Answer The 10 Most Difficult Questions In Any Interview.
  • Get Answers To Deal With Difficult & Sensitive Problems or Past History.
  • Tips and Rules To Deal With Questions About Salary – How To Negotiate A Higher Salary.

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Testimonials

THREE OFFERS

I just wanted to give you an update on my current job status, as you have helped me get to where I’m at today.

I am happy to say that I have just accepted an offer from Amazon.com. I actually received two other offers as well: one from Pandora in the Bay Area, and also one offer from T-Mobile as well.

I have to say that it’s due to your coaching, that I was able to really believe in myself. After training with you I discovered that what I was doing was over preparing for my other interviews. This affected me in negative ways, and I never knew it.

For some reason, something clicked and I just started to believe in my abilities to just be myself. After I did this I got those three job offers and I never knew it was simply because I just needed to be me.

Thank you again for all your help. It was great working with you and it certainly was a great investment in my future.

Best of luck.

I wanted to thank you for the coaching you gave me back in February, I ended up being given an offer that was 10K over the top salary range listed, plus a 10K signing bonus and a relocation package, not bad. I’m very excited for this opportunity to work for a great company and looking forward to starting on Monday. I believe that your coaching gave me the edge to get out of my own way and present myself in a way that made the hiring manager feel that they had to have me. I wanted to let you know, that I am very grateful for your coaching and books, as they helped me prepare and frame my skills and experience in a light that would benefit the company and be a great fit for the team.

Thanks again.

Law Enforcement & FBI Phase II Test Interview

The FBI Phase II interview is the most intense and challenging interview of its kind. I have coached over 2500 candidates for the FBI as well as many other Federal agencies – Secret Service, Border Patrol, DSS, ATF, DEA, Air Marshals, Foreign Service, and more.

The packages that I offer are intended to get you prepared, confident, and to be able to answer the questions that are asked with as much ease as possible.

My State and Federal agency
interview training program
has been so successful that
I’ve started a new website,
FBIInterviewCoach.com just
to cater to those interested in
a career in public service.
Please click below to start your
specialized  
interview training.

Dear Carole,

Thank you so much for being such an extraordinary “early morning” interviewing skills coach. Your skill in providing insight into my communication style was spot-on. Today during my interview, I was relaxed and the interview that was for 1 hour went to 1.5 hours and the interviewer closed for a second interview. The time flew and the interview was more conversational. Furthermore and most importantly, I was well prepared and everything aspect I prepared for with you was used during the interview.

Some other good news…yesterday, was really fabulous as I also received notice of two additional terrific positions and they both were referrals from people who worked with me in the past. Any leads were sparse for a year. But, now everything seems to be full speed ahead for a finding a career position that matches with my values.

You get my five finger vote for Virtual Coach of the year.

To anyone reading this, I can attest to the great product you’ll receive from Carole Martin while pursuing your dream job.

Listen to her feedback and apply it! The biggest piece of advice Carole mentioned to me was to be myself! BE YOURSELF, BE YOURSELF and BE YOURSELF! I showed my human side.

Again, do not be afraid to show yourself and your experiences! Have fun with the interview and relax!

INTERVIEW TIP

The words, “Tell me about yourself,” may not be the exact words used – but the question will be there

Basically, 
“Who are you?”

You should be able to articulate what you have to offer – particularly as a match for the requirements of the job. Give a quick summary of your experience – your strengths – positve feedback you’ve received – and your interests (if they are interesting).

Don’t just walk them through your resume – a different question – that’s what you’ve done – not who you are.

INTERVIEW TIP

The most dreaded question of all. Handle this question by minimizing the weakness and emphasizing the strengths. Stay away from personal qualities and concentrate on professional traits:

Use the Sandwich Technique.

(+) Start with positive statement
() Slip in the negative
(+) End with positive statement

Example:

“I am always working on improving my communication skills to be a more effective presenter. I take every opportunity to practice speaking before groups and I recently joined Toastmasters which I find very helpful.”

INTERVIEW TIP

The interviewer is listening for an answer that indicates you’ve given this question some thought, and are not just sending out resumes because there is an opening. Doing research should give you plenty of reasons why you want to work there. Sincere interest and flattery go A LONG way.

WANT MORE TIPS?

Carole, thank you again for your assistance and help the past few weeks, especially given the short-turn around from the time I was notified when my interview was scheduled. I will most definitely be recommending you and passing your name on to a few of my friends who want to pursue this kind of work.

“I bought your Instant Interview Coach package a few days ago. I went for a very formal government job and was able to considerably improve my interview performance by focusing on my friendliness (I think I usually come across as pretty officious in an interview due to being anxious) and my ability to enthusiastically lead a team to outstanding outcomes (I usually try to prove I can do a hundred things which ends up like a shopping list).”

I was a lot less stressed than usual and had the five fingers full of things I wanted to add and I had a question for them that led to them giving me a lot of info and us having a laugh together (always a good sign!).”
– B. Jackson

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