Changing Hiring Managers Perspectives

stephaniecn's profile thumbnail
What role are you targeting? Your skills seem very transferable to several roles.My tip is to examine your career narrative and interview responses. You have to show your value and translate your experience so hiring teams see you as a high-value candidate. Be specific in your stories, explain how your experiences are similar to the duties of your target role, and use their language/keywords. It's on you to show you are the best hire. It can take several (read many) interviews to master your interview skills, so keep going and pay attention to what is working and where you could improve.Keep going, doors will open for you!
adarakjian's profile thumbnail
I am typically targetting CSM roles, but I also have been looking at SDR roles as well.
tanmayisai's profile thumbnail
Hi @adarakjian, I'm sorry you're experiencing these troubles. You seem very qualified for the roles you're applying for. I wonder if you can show an example or a "portfolio" of sorts. Designers and data scientists leverage this a lot and build out a portfolio of projects. If you could see a particular role and show an example on how you'd approach it, it might be a way in.
adarakjian's profile thumbnail
I love this idea. Primarily I have created templates and flow charts to help mentees with their roles. Do you think this is something that I should use?
tanmayisai's profile thumbnail
Yes definitely! You could host them somewhere publicly (website, notion, any other free tools). If you have something company specific, you could send it directly to the hiring manager.I've definitely made a deck before and sent it to hiring manager after an intro call to show example of how I'd work