Coming soon: Capability Statement Writing Service at Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions

From Sales Personnel, to Marketing Personnel, Human Resources Personnel, Management Personnel and Technical Personnel.

A Capability Statement is a key tool all can use to market your company.

Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions has started offering a new service, called Capability Statement Writing and Design Services.

What is a Capability Statement?

A Capability Statement is a company marketing tool that demonstrates your company or organisation’s core competencies, accreditations and associations, as well as major achievements, key skills and expertise, experience and products/services offered.

At Client Centric, we write Capability Statements that are specific, well structured, very presentable and which market your company towards a specific target market or type of audience. The purpose of the Capability Statement is to promote your company and highlight what you have to offer and why they should do business with you.

A Capability Statement is used to communicate to potential customers, key stakeholders, suppliers and future employees about your company, what it does and what makes it different, or unique. That is, it clearly outlines your company’s key selling points, or your point of difference.

The goal of our Capability Statements is to persuade others to conduct business with your company or organisation and to help differentiate you from the competition. It is a great tool that staff can use to strengthen your corporate brand and emphasis the point of different and value you bring and why it is important to the individual reading it. That is, how it can benefit them.

More to come soon!

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Interview Question: Why do you want to work for our company?

One of the common questions an interviewer may ask concerns why you want to work for their company. It could ask be asked in another way such as, why did you apply for this role, what do you know about the company and why should we hire you.

The meaning uncovered

This is a typical question where the employer is trying to discern just how interested and keen you really are in working for them. They are looking to see how enthusiastic you really are. The employer may be interviewing 5 other candidates just like you, so they want someone who genuinely wants the role and will demonstrate this.

Difference between “enthusiastic” and “desperate”

You can come across enthusiastic by showing interest in the position, the company and the interviewer. You will come across desperate by having a great need or desire for getting the job, to the point that it goes overboard and makes the interviewer feel uncomfortable.

How you can show enthusiasm

You can show enthusiasm by asking questions about the company, saying things like “I can definitely see myself performing well in this role” or “This position is exactly what I am looking for”. Your body language will also come across that you are enthusiastic about the role and you can do this by leaning forward, nodding, smiling and maintaining eye contact.


Author: Matthew Coppola


Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions offers interview skills coaching and you can visit their web page by clicking here

Alternatively, if you are seeking employment and would like assistance with a new CV and Covering Letter, they also provide this service and you can view it by clicking here

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