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Career Coaching

Job Searching and Interview Best Practices:

For two decades we have been successfully coaching candidates on interview best practices and proven techniques to uncover career opportunities that fit their skills and career path vision.  In our coaching sessions you will learn:

  • How to market yourself to employers

  • Uncovering new opportunities where you have distinct advantages

  • How to get shortlisted for interviews

  • How to prepare for an interview in Life Sciences

  • Developing a communication strategy for interviews

  • Preparing for the toughest interview questions you will face

  • Key Do’s and Don’t in an interview

  • Zoom interview best practices

  • Best Practices in setting yourself up to receive an offer

  • Best practices in negotiating and securing an offer

  • CV review: we will review your CV to ensure you "look good on paper" to get you short-listed.

  • LinkedIn review: we will review your LinkedIn profile to ensure you look good online and get found! 

  • and ongoing coaching until you land a job!!!

Please check out our coaching testimonials and read first hand how we have assisted candidates make the next step in their career possible.  



Kevin Maguire from MMGI has been an asset to the Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Management and Innovation (PHMI) diploma program at Queen's University. His involvement in vetting CVs and interviewing candidates at the early stages ensured that our industry partners would be eager to onboard admitted students as interns. Kevin came to Queen's and gave students a presentation on how to excel at pharmaceutical company interviews. He then went above and beyond by breaking students up into smaller groups and working on sample interview questions. This format was an excellent way for students to gain further insights from Kevin, but also to provide each other feedback and learn from their own strengths and weaknesses. Students shared unanimously positive feedback about their sessions, and all admitted they felt better prepared for their upcoming interviews. Kevin is a wealth of information and experience, and a pleasure to work with. We look forward to his continued support in current and future offerings of the PHMI program.

Dr. Tomás Baldassarre
Professor Adjunct and Course Development Associate, Faculty of Health Sciences

Queen's University

My name is Aravind. I am an international medical graduate and a pharmaceutical professional with close to 6 years of experience of working in emerging markets. After coming to Canada I registered myself for a graduate diploma course with Queens University. This is where I met Kevin. Kevin is one of the instructors in the program. His expertise is in preparing students for interviews with pharmaceutical and healthcare companies. He helps them make a transition from academic research setting to a corporate world. I still remember his lecture at Queen`s University where he elaborately discussed the interview process from hiring managers point of view. I made notes of almost everything he presented that day. To tell you frankly most of them came true in my interviews. I gave close to 8-10 interviews back to back over 15 days in Toronto and Montreal. It was in those interviews I realized how beneficial his presentation was.  He also assisted in my onboarding giving me the right insights at the perfect time. I recommend others to make best use of his vast recruiting experience.

Aravind Patil - Medical Advisor

I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for your excellent and highly professional, yet personable service during my recruitment process. The statement of fit and interview guidance you provided was extremely helpful and very much appreciated. Your lively anecdotes were also quite instrumental in helping to alleviate some of the angst involved in the interview process. I wish you and MMGI continued success in your business of bringing the right candidates and right organizations together.

Marcia Bailey - Senior Manager, Pharmacovigilance

Dear Kevin!
I hope all is well with you.  I just want to share with you a happy news that I recently accepted a Medical Science Liaison position at a global pharmaceutical company.  I also want to thank you so very much for helping me achieve my goal and to be where I am right now.  You are definitely part of this success and thank you so much again!


Irina Shevel - Medical Science Liaison

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