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Pitching Andrew Falconer. Congratulations on continuing through the process. The Process Interview Pitch Feedback Personalised emailed feedback. Practising your pitch. Your pitch. What do you say to the question: “What do you do?” Your degree is not enough. 1 minute to: Tell your story

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congratulations on continuing through the process
Congratulations on continuing through the process
  • The Process
    • Interview
    • Pitch
  • Feedback
    • Personalised emailed feedback
your pitch
Your pitch
  • What do you say to the question: “What do you do?”
  • Your degree is not enough.
  • 1 minute to:
    • Tell your story
    • Sell yourself or an idea
    • Make an arrangement (a date?)
    • Leave a good impression
one formula is as follows
One formula is as follows:
  • Who am I?
  • What am I offering?
  • What evidence do I have for this?
  • How can I add value to you?
  • What do I want from you?
example andrew
Example - Andrew
  • Who am I? Hi – I’m Andrew – Andrew Falconer. I’m based at Royal Holloway, where I advise students about a variety of careers and help them prepare to find work.
  • What am I offering? I have particular expertise in the area of interview coaching. A lot of people have trouble doing well in interviews: I work individually with clients to help them improve their interview skills, and get great jobs.
  • What evidence do I have for this? Over the last five years I’ve worked with hundreds of clients, including MBAs, delivering interview workshops and individual practise interview sessions. I have a folder of grateful emails from clients whose interviewing techniques have improved dramatically as a result of my coaching.
  • How could I add value to you? Working with me will significantly improve your chances of succeeding at interview.
  • What do I want from you? I’d love to hear about your background, and whether you’ve had any success interviewing for jobs so far.
the placement s formula is as follows
The placement’s formula is as follows:
  • Who am I?
  • What am I offering?
  • What evidence do I have for this?
  • What do I want from this placement?
  • What will a successful placement mean for both of us?
  • What does my long term future look like?
your turn
Your turn

Ten minutes to sketch out your two-minute pitch:

  • Who am I?
  • What am I offering?
  • What evidence do I have for this?
  • What do I want from this placement?
  • What will a successful placement mean for both of us?
  • What does my long term future look like?
practice
Practice
  • Who am I?
  • What am I offering?
  • What evidence do I have for this?
  • What do I want from this placement?
  • What will a successful placement mean for both of us?
  • What does my long term future look like?
  • Feedback:
    • Are all elements covered?
    • Are they clearly signposted?
    • Did they come across as confident?
    • How would you improve it?
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