Overcoming Interview Phobia Workshop
It happened in November 2015, after writing the assessment test and finished 15mins before time, she was sure she was going to pass. For someone that had finished through Gmat and GRE study pack during Nysc, she was more than ready for any assessment test so this one was a walk in the park.
It was time for the assessment centre and that fear came out from nowhere. Could it have been the seriousness of the crowd or could it just have been that unnecessary phobia she always had? After 3 failed attempts to answer all the easy questions, a man wanted to break the ice and asked her ‘Whats your favorite movie’. Her heart raced fast, she began to scratch her head. Yes! Her head was blank! She literally was even clueless about her name at that point. She couldn’t remember anything, she was disappointed in herself. At that point, she felt like a failure. The only thing that managed to creep into her brain was “Superman”. How can you think of that ?? -She said to herself.
For someone who was the hub of movies back in school, this really pained her. She muttered Superman and they all laughed and said “No more questions”. She began to leave and said to herself “I’m sure these people must believe I have a fish brain”. She wanted to cry at the door but she got herself back together.
This was the story of Yewande Jinadu (Yes! I also had my battle of failed interviews). That’s why I’m passionate about helping people succeed in their Career because a lot of people out there really need help in this area but no one to tell.
The interview mock session and interview phobia session would help address this issue. If you have faced that issue or know someone who has, please join us live on Instagram by following @careerlifeng and turn on post notification.
Abiola Omotayo-Benson would be talking about “How to project confidence in an interview and overcome interview phobia”
Stanley Eluwa would be talking about “Expectation of the Hiring Team in a recruitment process”
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