Is writing your executive CV challenging? Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to write a professional executive CV that will help you land your next CxO job
When getting a job interview, some think of it as a test where they have to answer all the questions correctly, and others believe that googling a list of “the most common interview questions” is what it takes to be ready. In reality, neither approach is enough to prepare for a job interview. Interviews have two purposes. To the interviewer, he/she wants to know a couple of clear facts about what you can do for the company and how well you fit into the company culture and environment. As for you, it’s an excellent opportunity to boost your chances of getting hired through talking about your skills and showcasing how relevant they are to the job.
Achieving both of these goals when you’re under pressure takes some planning and work in advance. While there is no best way to ace an interview, every interview is a learning experience, and your preparation work can surely make you feel less nervous as well as lay an essential base for the upcoming interviews.