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A big part of the job interview is to show case your strengths.

Your goal is to demonstrate your strengths and experience that is most relevant to the job that you are applying to.

But highlighting your strengths in a confident way can be challenging.

Not just because you don’t like to brag, but we don’t see ourselves the way other people see us. It’s not always easy to see our strengths.

In today’s episode I am sharing what are the types of strengths and how you can figure out your strengths to confidently talk about them in an interview. I share how you can comes across with ease and in a way that doesn’t sound like you are reading the job description.

Times to check out:

(03:18) Why it isn’t always easy to see our strengths

(07:48)How can I make my strengths stand out?

(10:01) Types of strengths

(13:59) Identifying your strengths

(15:12) Quality over quantity

(17:47) Using your voice

If you ever feel insecure when it comes to speaking in a work context or an interview and you’d like to learn more communication tips and strategies and get support from me, then get your name on The Fluent Club waiting list. The Fluent Club is the best place for design and tech professionals to reach a higher level of fluency, express yourself confidently, and grow as a professional in a fun, supportive environment with like-minded people. We are opening at the end of the month!

Recommended episodes:

The Gap or the Gain – Handling Setbacks and Dealing with Rejection

Answering The Interview Question: How Do You Handle Challenging Situations

Speaking with positivity: how not to sabotage your success





WHO AM I: I’m Gemma Keeling, Founder, and CEO at Fluent Speakers. With a Master’s degree in Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition from The University of Oxford, and an undergraduate degree in Spanish and Teaching English as a Second Language, I have extensive training and expertise in education. I have travelled extensively and worked in many different societies and cultures. I coach digital design and tech professionals to improve their communication skills in English.

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