Top tips to supercharge your interview performance

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Our FREE handbook is jam packed full of practical suggestions and tips based on psychological science, designed to help you prepare for that big interview!

Includes the 3 key steps to prepare powerfully for the interview, how to harness your nerves to improve performance and tips on being kind to yourself after the interview


The daily resilience when working from home checklist

This resource was created specifically for the COVID-19 crisis, to help people to:

  • Mindfully check in with themselves each morning;
  • Monitor their own self-care;
  • Spot what’s working and what isn’t;
  • Embed effective habits into consciousness and then hopefully, into their routines.




The Covey Circles of Influence

Anxiety is a call to action so we need to respond by doing something.

Stephen Covey’s CIA can help break a problem down so it is less overwhelming.

Working from the outside in, categorise your worries into those which you can:

  • Accept – these concerns are outside of your control and influence. Try to let these go and focus on what you can influence and control.
  • Influence – be realistic about the concerns you can influence. Score your influence on a scale of 1-10 and any concern scoring lower than 5, move to ‘Accept’.
  • Control – direct your time and energy towards the elements that you can control. This will minimise feelings of overwhelm and frustration.


How our Minds Trap us in Career Paralysis

Career decision making is hard, and one of the reasons for that is that our minds are exceptionally good at thinking of alternative careers and then discounting them.

This video shows how minds – bless them – simply weren’t designed for complex and at times existential decisions, like career choice. Our minds are clearly not our enemies, but they are not always our friends, either.  See if this resonates!


The Personal Job Ad

The Personal Job Ad exercise is useful for the second step of the 5-step Getting Unstuck career change process from The Career Psychologist. By thinking about what skills, interests and values you would highlight in your own job ad, you can help to clarify what matters and develop your decision criteria further.