This is why you need this.
Convince employers to hire you in English, allow you to learn the local language on the job!
Expats searching for a career in Germany face one obstacle: German Angst. Only one percent of German employers hire in English. Recruiters spend only 7-12 seconds on an application and reject your CV without reading, if you don’t speak German.
This is what you get.
You get job interviews with the decision makers. Better: You get job interviews before you even apply! Ignore HR, speak directly with your future supervisor and maximise your value to the employer. (Which translates directly into higher salary potential.)
If you start today you can be in touch with the first hiring manager within a week or two!
This is how we get there.
Together we will build "warm" contacts to the actual hiring manager instead of HR. For recruiters you are just an email in their inbox. But the hiring manager has targets to achieve, deadlines to meet and problems to solve.Talking to the hiring manager will allow you to learn about the company’s biggest challenges. By offering solutions to these challenges you immediately prove your value. Questions like language, visa and location become less important if you can solve the hiring manager’s biggest problem.
"Hey, Chris. Great news, I've got that job offer!"
- Zhen Huang, UX Expert
"Very Positive Interview and I am in. There will be one more casual Skype interview with the colleagues to understand the work atmosphere and scenario. I thank you for all your supports!"
- Prakash Kumar, Construction Manager
"Hi Chris, I wanted to let you know that I’m enjoying my new job at the GIZ Interesting projects and a friendly international team! Thank you again for your invaluable coaching and support!"
- Samantha Ölz, Project Manager
Choose a date for your first coaching session!
(You can book directly via the calendar or through the "enroll" button)
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Chris Pyak lived and worked in 5 countries and 4 cultures. In 2011 he returned to Germany, recruiting international talent for organisations like Trivago, Innogames or the Red Cross. Chris Pyak now works exclusively for international professionals, not employers.
His work has been featured in major German news outlets like "Die Welt", "Handelsblatt", "Deutsche Welle" and others. The Author of "How To Win Jobs & Infuence Germans" has helped hundreds of Expatriates find their first job in Germany.
Is this course for me?You probably have experienced this already: That nasty feeling that your job application was rejected, not because of any fault on your side - but because you don't fit into an artificial "ISO norm":
I helped international professionals from all over the world, all genders, ages and every shade of colour to get wonderful jobs. Just one or two spoke the local language. Most of them speak English.
We are successful because we ignore HR. I teach you to build a human connection with the actual manager, your future boss. My clients worked in all kind of professions: Software Developers (of course), Construction Managers, Sales Engineers, Graphic Designers, Project Managers... you name it. Some of them just graduated from Universiy, others had 30 years of experience. Some of them had been searching for a job in Europe for 3-4 years, had written hundreds of job applications.
Only two criteria decide if you get a wonderful job:Your empathy in connecting with managers and your persistence in constantly reviewing and refining your approach. Chris will be with you every step in this learning process.
"Hi Chris, they offered me a job! Just finished the call. Well done Chris – it was your doing through your contacts!"
- Voi Sosnowski, Solution Architekt
"I forgot to tell you that I was offered a contract in München 3 weeks ago. It was a big accomplishment achieved to a large extend due to your help.So, I just wanted to thank you once again.
- Jose Mendes, Project Engineer
"If you need help pushing your career in Germany to the next level: Have a look here.
I am grateful for the support, learned a lot and was successful in finding my next career step."
- Vanessa Burnand , Commodity Manager