Ernest Enabulele has worked with people across multiple industries, in both private and public sectors, and he knows first-hand what it takes to get hired in a competitive job market!
Ernest is a best-selling author of “Interview Preparation And Success Tips” and “Effective Interview Tips” which helps you win at the interview game. He is also a personal interview coach, motivational speaker and CV/Career Specialist based in London, England. Interestingly, his books not only include details of how to sell yourself at interviews but also provide samples, most likely traditional and competency based interview questions & answers to expect during interviews. He brings an infectious enthusiasm and a tremendous amount of knowledge with his nine years’ of experience to his books.
In his career years, he has successfully helped a range of job seekers get the jobs or promotions they desire. Now he wants to help others do the same all over the globe. He is passionate about helping clients achieve their goals and has worked with talented professionals from all over the world who succeeded in getting job offers in very competitive fields.
His problem-solving persona has helped him see more possibilities of how he could be of help to those who look forward to “acing” an interview. After coming across several job applicants struggling to ace their interview, he innovated the series of books, ‘How To Be Successful At Interview’ and “Interview Preparation And Success Tips” to create a guide for others to be more successful in attaining the job of their dreams.
Ernest wants to help others understand what their unique selling points are and what value you can bring to an organization. He has authored several books, many of which were written in conjunction with people currently serving in that particular field. He focuses on:
- How changes in interview formats and process change what a successful interview looks like
- The two communication skills that can score you easy points during an interview, but most people neglect to use
- What you should absolutely NOT do at an interview
- A comprehensive preparation guide that reliably strengthens your presentation
- How different interview types require different approaches (and how to ace them all)
- Running your job interview process like a business for great return on effort
- Developing a confident and relaxed mindset that ensures you communicate powerfully and make a lasting impression
Some people don’t want to prepare for their interviews beyond the basics. They think that delivering information about themselves and what they can do in the role is sufficient to get the job. An interview goes beyond the static information of the resume. It incorporates many intangibles in considering your candidacy amongst a crowded field. Making sure you know what interviewers expect and communicate clearly to these interests means you will make the most of every opportunity.
His goal is to help job-seekers gain more opportunities and also expand the reach of their business. Therefore, his books are written from a desire to help job-seekers land the job of their dreams, achieve their goals. It is his passion to help others be at ease, engaging, and confident when talking to others about their talents, skills, and qualifications.
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