Archive for the 'Carole Martin Events' Category


Thursday, February 22nd, 2018

It’s OK To Be Nervous It would be nice if your heart didn’t palpitate, your hands didn’t sweat, and your mouth didn’t go dry, but most people, even executives, experience one or more of these symptoms when they interview. But here’s the good news: it’s OK to be nervous. Let me repeat that. It’s OK [Read More..]


Wednesday, June 7th, 2017

The graduation gift of a “lifetime” – interview skill development. Coaching from a professional who will set the new grad or beginning job searcher on a winning path. JUNE (ONLY) SPECIAL OFFER WITH EACH ORDER OF ANY STUDENT PACKAGE, I’m throwing in A FREE BONUS BOOK! “HOW DO YOU MAKE SMALL TALK?” This book is not available for purchase [Read More..]

Interviewing Skills Coach

Monday, April 7th, 2014

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 [Read More..]

Behavioral Interviewing Questions Are About Your Past Behavior Carole Martin

Wednesday, March 5th, 2014

Is this a new technique? No, it’s been around since the 70′s when industrial psychologists developed a way of “accurately” predicting whether a person would succeed in a job. They concluded if candidates were asked questions that requested examples of past behavior it would be an indicator of their future behavior. What is the difference [Read More..]

Why Employers Are Not Hiring Vets Carole Martin, The Interview Coach

Tuesday, December 10th, 2013

Check out this article posted by the Department of Veterans Affairs. While this may be very difficult to read for some Vets it does rings true – especially #1 Skills Translation: 1. Skills Translation: Unless you’re applying for a defense contracting job, you have to translate your military skills into civilian terms. Civilians don’t [Read More..]

Tip-5:Returning to the workforce after an extended absence.

Thursday, August 9th, 2012

Tip#5. Send a follow up letter (or email) after the interview to remind the interviewer what you would bring to the position and to address any concerns that you may have picked up on during the interview. For more :