As another feature of The Job Search Solution, we are offering personal coaching with an experienced Certified Personnel Consultant. Bobby Lonergan will work with you on a one-on-one personal basis to polish your skills and accelerate your job search.
Personal coaching is available via phone or Skype. To get the most value from your coaching sessions, we recommend that you buy and view The Job Search Solution complete series prior to your one-on-one appointment.
Coaching helps all winners become better. LaBron James, Dwayne Wade, Michael Phelps, and all top athletes have phenomenal natural ability. They practice their skills for thousands of hours... but coaching helps them become better. Bobby's coaching in your job search can do the same for you. Here are the benefits his coaching offers:
PLUS any unique issues specific to YOUR job search. Make an appointment with Bobby... NOW!
"The biggest help from our time together was how Bobby took the time to cover the basics of how an interview is seen through the interviewer's eyes, and really took the time to personalize how to paint the picture of how I am the solution to a need. I often concentrated my interview preparation on all of my skill sets, but never really concentrated on how to leave a memorable impression by relating to the interviewer."
- Nicholas L., Account Manager
"I highly recommend Bobby Lonergan and the interview coaching skills he provides. I frequently think of Bobby and the support he provided during a difficult time in my career. The job market continues to remain competitive and I realize that interviews can be intimidating. Being able to stand out of the crowd is a critical element in a successful interview."
- Kathy R., Sr. Business Analyst
Bobby Lonergan is a Certified Personnel Consultant and active member of the National Association of Personnel Consultants. He is an expert in the areas of recruiting, resume writing, and interview coaching. As an executive recruiter, he worked closely with hiring authorities in Corporate America. Since 2005, his passion for coaching the job search process has led hundreds of individuals to the ultimate goal of a great job offer. When you talk with Coach Bobby, you will experience his natural way of incorporating the principles of The Job Search Solution into your personal job search process. Your search will be more confident, effective, efficient and successful. Watch the video to the right for more on Bobby >>
From begining to end, this 45 hour program reveals how to manage the job search process in today's difficult business environment. You will learn a systematic,
practical approach to every aspect of a successful job search. MORE INFO >
NOTE: All Tutorials (including the Individual Tutorials below) are self-paced programs, without audio.
Next to death of a spouse, death of a child, death of a parent, coupled with divorce, the most emotionally difficult experience people go through is looking for a job. This tutorial helps the job seeker deal with the emotions and actually turns negative emotions into positive, helpful ones. MORE INFO >
There are few topics regarding the job search that have garnered more attention and opinions. I receive more than 200 resumes a week and use at least 100 of them a week to help my candidates get interviews and get jobs. I know what works! MORE INFO >
Most people know that next to getting a job offer, getting interviews is the most important thing that they can do. In spite of that, most people don’t know how to develop a systematic strategy of massive action to get interviews. Looking for a job is a numbers game. This tutorial teaches and sustains massive action to get interviews. MORE INFO >
After getting an interview, the most important thing you can do in your job search is to do well in your interview. Most people’s job search dies right here. People simply don’t know how to interview. It’s that simple. This tutorial teaches you surefire techniques of interviewing. Even the most experienced professionals do poorly in interviewing. This tutorial ensures success. MORE INFO >
The novice and experienced job seeker think there is no difference between initial interviews and follow-up interviews. Therefore, they do poorly on initial interviews. The second big mistake candidates make is doing poorly on follow-up interviews. Follow-up interviews are like the postseason playoff games in sports. MORE INFO >
This tutorial reviews over 550 of the toughest interview questions that you will encounter. You also get the answers. You won’t have to memorize questions and answers once you start getting an understanding of the reasons some questions are being asked. Knowledge of the answers will come. MORE INFO >
There are a number of inherent biases that most all employers have that will hold you back in your job search. They have little to do with your ability to do a job but are huge hurdles for hiring authorities. Being fired... laid-off... out of work for an extended period of time... having had too many jobs... wanting to change careers... re-entering the workforce... divorce... being over 50, etc., are all big red flags and concerns with hiring authorities. MORE INFO >
Most job seekers think that negotiating a job offer is the easiest part of the interviewing process. It is so easy to blow this part of the job search by not having a specific strategy and technique. The techniques of negotiating to learn this tutorial will guarantee the best possible job offer. MORE INFO >
Most people think that it’s a lot easier to look for a job when you have one. It isn’t. In fact, looking for a job when you have one proposes all kinds of difficult challenges. It’s just not as easy as everyone thinks. With this tutorial, you will learn the most effective way to juggle both having a job and looking for one. MORE INFO >
Resigning and starting a new job is often a lot more difficult than most people imagine. Oftentimes, candidates, unfortunately, burn bridges with their present employer as they leave to start a new position. They forget that somewhere down the line they are going to need a job reference from their present employer. MORE INFO >