Situational job hunt Coaching
This is why you need this.
Trust decides if you get a job!
The number of new job ads have recovered in Germany. Ironically Covid-19 had one positive effect for international professionals looking for a job in Germany: Employers are more willing to try new things. Now that they embrace home office, they are also more open to hire in English. The number of German companies that advertise jobs in English has quadrupled: From just 1% to 4% percent…
Still: Trying something new requires trust. If managers trust you, then “language”, “visa” and other obstacles to hiring you become less relevant.
This is what you get.
You get job interviews with the decision makers. Better: You get job interviews before you even apply! Ignore HR, speak directly with your future supervisor and maximize your value to the employer. (Which translates directly into higher salary potential.)
If you start today you can be in touch with the first hiring manager within a week or two!
This is how we get there.
Together we will build “warm” contacts to the actual hiring manager instead of HR. For recruiters you are just an email in their inbox. But the hiring manager has targets to achieve, deadlines to meet and problems to solve.
Talking to the hiring manager will allow you to learn about the company’s biggest challenges. By offering solutions to these challenges you immediately prove your value. Questions like language, visa and location become less important if you can solve the hiring manager’s biggest problem.
This is what you get out of this coaching.
- Find (nearly) all employers who offer fitting jobs for you, by searching a professional database.
- Learn how you find the decision maker behind a job offer. Usually your future supervisor.
- Build professional relationships with decision makers.
- Create trust that makes you the top choice for the job.
Choose a date for your first coaching session.
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Is this coaching for me?You probably have experienced this already: That nasty feeling that your job application was rejected, not because of any fault on your side – but because you don’t fit into an artificial “ISO norm”:
- “Too old”
- “Too young”
- “Too female (She might want children soon)”
- “Too foreign (He doesn’t speak the language)”
None of this matters! HR just uses this excuses, because they don’t understand the real success criteria of any position.
We’ve helped international professionals from all over the world; all genders, ages, and every shade of color, to get wonderful jobs. Just one or two spoke the local language. Most of them speak English.
We are successful because we ignore HR. I teach you to build a human connection with the actual manager, your future boss. Our clients worked in all types of professions: Software Developers (of course), Construction Managers, Sales Engineers, Graphic Designers, Project Managers… you name it. Some of them just graduated from University, others had 30 years of experience. Some of them had been searching for a job in Europe for 3-4 years, writing hundreds of job applications.
Only two criteria decide if you get a wonderful job:
1. Empathy in connecting with managers
2. Persistence in constantly reviewing and refining your approach
Kevin will be with you every step in this learning process.
Kevin successfully completed the program as a client in 2021, and followed the process once more, for getting two job offers in Germany. Kevin has held recent interviews with Wirtschaftswoche, The Local Europe, and MDR on the state of the work force in Germany. Chris Pyak is now consulting Kevin as a master coach.
Chris’ work has been featured in major German news outlets like “Die Welt”, “Handelsblatt”, “Deutsche Welle” and others. The Author of “How To Win Jobs & Infuence Germans” has helped hundreds of Expats find their first job in Germany.
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