PREPARING YOU TO SUCCEED IN YOUR AVIATION CAREER

PREPARING YOU FOR SUCCESS AT YOUR AIRLINE INTERVIEW.

 

 

How can we help you?

 

PREPARING YOU FOR SUCCESS AT YOUR AIRLINE INTERVIEW.

 

 

How can we help you?

 

Why I’ve been called ‘Oprah of Interviews’ and the ‘Tony Robbins of Aviation’.

Because more than anything, we all need to believe in ourselves. You can’t bottle that, but you can inspire it, you can build it and thats exactly what O and T do.

My title is Aviation Interview Coach, however in the last month, I have been referred to as a ‘Life Coach’, “Personal Therapist’, the ‘Tony Robbins of Aviation’ as well as the ‘Oprah of Interviews’. I love my job, can you tell?

I‘m thrilled to say that the corporate side of Aviation have discovered what we do for Pilots and Cabin Crew applies to them as well – that’s where the Tony and Oprah labels came from.  That gave me a good laugh.

We work with anyone in our Aviation Sector because being ‘interview ready’ is all about the same two things – preparation and confidence.

By the time you get to interview I’m pretty sure you have the qualifications and experience to perform the role so what happens next is more about;

  • cultural fit
  • potential
  • benefits and
  • people skills

What we do every day is more than just prepare candidates for interviews.  It is always about confidence, relationships and digging down into who you are, what you want and what you need some help with.  It can get pretty personal, but that’s life isn’t it, everything that happens to you is personal.

Recently we’ve had the pleasure of working with Chief Pilots, Aviation Analysts, HR, Industry Governance bodies, Airport Security, ATC, Airport Emergency Services, Operations Managers and Aviation Finance personnel.  The roles sound totally different but the core reasons candidates seek support to prepare remain the same; 

  • How do I tell them about me in a confident yet gracious manner?
  • How do I discuss any hiccups or career malfunctions?
  • How do I succinctly define my strengths and achievements?
  • How do I know what an employer is looking for?

Of course there are a lot more sub-sections to those four questions but that’s our job, to access the requirements of the role and connect the highlights of your career to those criteria.

Whether I have to turn on my version of Oprah or Tony it is my job to both inspire you and prepare you for your next career challenge, every coaching session is different, the one thing I can guarantee, it won’t be boring!

Here’s to your career taking off.

I‘m thrilled to say that the corporate side of Aviation have discovered what we do for Pilots and Cabin Crew applies to them as well – that’s where the Tony and Oprah labels came from.  That gave me a good laugh.

We work with anyone in our Aviation Sector because being ‘interview ready’ is all about the same two things – preparation and confidence.

By the time you get to interview I’m pretty sure you have the qualifications and experience to perform the role so what happens next is more about;

  • cultural fit
  • potential
  • benefits and
  • people skills

What we do every day is more than just prepare candidates for interviews.  It is always about confidence, relationships and digging down into who you are, what you want and what you need some help with.  It can get pretty personal, but that’s life isn’t it, everything that happens to you is personal.

Recently we’ve had the pleasure of working with Chief Pilots, Aviation Analysts, HR, Industry Governance bodies, Airport Security, ATC, Airport Emergency Services, Operations Managers and Aviation Finance personnel.  The roles sound totally different but the core reasons candidates seek support to prepare remain the same; 

  • How do I tell them about me in a confident yet gracious manner?
  • How do I discuss any hiccups or career malfunctions?
  • How do I succinctly define my strengths and achievements?
  • How do I know what an employer is looking for?

Of course there are a lot more sub-sections to those four questions but that’s our job, to access the requirements of the role and connect the highlights of your career to those criteria.

Whether I have to turn on my version of Oprah or Tony it is my job to both inspire you and prepare you for your next career challenge, every coaching session is different, the one thing I can guarantee, it won’t be boring!

Here’s to your career taking off.