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Are you using video to conduct job interviews?


Visual Bias

These 2 candidates appear before you for their video interview.

Before they even say a word, you have received a ton of subliminal information.

 

First Impression

 

Your top candidate just finished video interviews with these 3 recruiters.

Which one are you?

A picture is worth a thousand word and you are communicating without saying a word.  Are you saying you are:

  • Professional
  • Confident
  • Knowledgable
  • Approachable
  • Easy To Talk To

 

Your competition has taken this class.  Why risk winging it?


In Video Interviewing for you will learn:

  • Your Goal on Video (It's Not What You Think).
  • The Basics: Where to look, What to wear, Where to be.
  • How to control how the viewer perceives you.
  • Why video is becoming so popular for job interviews.
  • How to critique a video candidate.
  • How to Be Fresh Every Time When Doing Multiple Video Interviews.
  • Bonus: Equipment Options for lights, camera, microphone and backdrops.
  • This class includes labs so that you can try out your new skills right away!

Sample Topics:

  • #1 Thing You Must Do Immediately On Video.
     
    Before & After Video Training
  • Where Do I Look?
  • How To Convey Confidence in the 1st 5 Seconds.
  • What’s Behind You (Your Background Is Speaking Too).
  • What To Do With Your Hands.
  • How In Person & Video Interviews Differ.
  • Visual Bias.
  • How To Deal With Bad Video Presentation & Distractions.
  • How to Be Fresh Every Time When Doing Multiple Video Interviews.
  • Do I Need To Buy New Camera, Mic, Lights & Backdrop for This Interview?
  • Should I Use a Script for a Video Introduction?
  • #1 Way To Bore Your Viewer.
  • What If I Have an Accent?

Not Covered:

  • This course does not cover how to conduct a job interview or what questions to ask.
  • This class assumes that you are familiar with how to interview and the laws around hiring.
  • This class does not cover how to edit video as the majority of video job interviews are live.

Who Should Take This Class:

  • Recruiters.
  • Executives and Managers.
  • Teams using video for job interviews.
  • Anyone conducing job interviews on video.

 

Learning Objectives

  • Explore how to create eye contact with the viewer.
  • Recognize how to convey power and authority on video.
  • Identify confidence while on video.
  • Recognize what will pull focus.
  • Recognize when you can use default equipment and when you should invest.
  • Explore how to gesture on video.
  • Discover how to avoid the #1 mistake people make on video interviews.
  • Identify how to critique a candidate on video.
Last updated/reviewed: July 11, 2020

Prerequisites

Course Complexity:
  • This class assumes that you have experience using Skype, Zoom or similar apps on your computer or phone
  • We assume that you know how to record a video on your computer, tablet or smart phone.
  • No special advanced preparation or prerequisites are required for this course.
  • Come with an open mind and be open to trying new things and practicing.

Education Provider Information

Company:
Illumeo, Inc., 75 East Santa Clara St., Suite 1215, San Jose, CA 95113
Contact:
For more information regarding this course, including complaint and cancellation policies, please contact our offices at (408) 400- 3993 or send an e-mail to .
Course Syllabus
INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
  1:14Jennifer Flaa Bio
  0:55Welcome
  0:47Before We Begin
  2:26Bad Recruiter Example
How to Behave Professionally on Video
  1:29Your Goal...It's Not What You Think
  1:49Where Do I look?
  2:12How to Convey Confidence in the First 5 Seconds
  1:37How to Communicate Power, Authority and Intelligence in the First 5 Seconds
  1:02Your First Impression
  1:55What Should I Wear - Ladies
  1:08What Should I Wear - Men
  2:20Should I Wear Makeup on Video?
  1:51Do Men Have to Wear Makeup on Video?
  0:37Your Hair on Video
  1:19What's Behind You? (Your Background is Speaking Too)
  0:28Good Backgrounds for Video Interviews
  1:49How to Sit Confidently on Video
  0:44What to Do With Your Hands
  1:00Glare in Your Glasses
  1:32Practice Tips
  0:57Before Interview Example Explained
  0:38Lab 2
During The Interview
  0:54Why Video Interviews are Popular
  1:05When to Schedule the Interview
  1:55What to Expect
  1:50Pulling Focus Away from You
  1:06Pulling Focus
  2:52How In Person and Video Interviews Differ
  1:00Starting and Ending Video Interviews
  1:09Ending the Interview - The Final Question
  1:20Managing Time
  2:43#1 Pitfall for Interviewers
Handling Video Fear and Nerves
  1:27Fear of Being Seen & Revealing Yourself
  1:31Getting Un Nervous
  9:21Grounding Meditation
How to Critique a Video Job Interview
  3:22#1 Thing You Must Do Immediately on Video
  4:49How to Critique A Candidate on Video
  4:08Visual Cognitive Bias
  2:33How to Deal with Bad Video Presentation and Distractions
  1:11Manipulating with Video
  2:54Lab 5 Visual Bias
Your Setup and Equipment
  1:24Do I Need to Buy a New Camera, Mic, Lights & Backdrop?
  5:32Equipment Experiment - Easy, Affordable Setup
  1:19Behind the Scenes - Pole & Wall Backdrops and Circle Light
  3:33Upgraded Webcam and Mic
  0:36What's on My Desk During Video Interviews?
  0:22Jenn's Office Setup with Ambient Light for Interviews
  1:15Jenn's Office Setup with Full Lighting & White Background
Your Introduction Video
  1:51Video Introductions - Should I Use a Script?
  1:27#1 Way to Bore Your Viewer
  0:49Your Video Interview Checklist
  0:46Intro Video - About The Process
Bonus Tips
  0:34Before the Video Interview
  1:13What if You Have an Accent?
  1:04"What?" "What?" "Could You Repeat That?"
  1:304 Tips
  1:094 Things to Avoid
  1:13Preparing for Your Interview
  3:48Your Eyes Communicate Too
  0:56Water
  1:11What if You are BAD on Video
  1:49Video Fouls (Seeker on Video & You on Audio)
  2:14"After" Interview Example Explained
Wrap Up
  0:33Jenn's Last Thoughts
  2:52Last Labs
  0:57The 10% to Remember
CONTINUOUS PLAY
  1:56:52Video Job Interviewing For Managers, Recruiters & Hiring Teams
SUPPORTING MATERIAL
  PDFHandout: Course Outline Video Interview Recruiter Final
  PDFHandouts: Video Recruiter Worksheet Final
  PDFHandouts: Setting a Subject At Ease
  PDFHandouts: Tip Sheet For Job Seekers
  PDFHandouts: Your Video Checklist
  PDFHandouts: Sample Interview Questions
  PDFHandouts: Bonus Extras
  PDFVideo Job Interviewing for Managers and Recruiters Glossary/ Index
REVIEW AND TEST
  quizREVIEW QUESTION
 examFINAL EXAM