Of course it’s obvious to say don’t be late,
but it can be just as bad to be to early.
If you do get to the venue way ahead of time,
find somewhere to have a cuppa, settle
your nerves and prepare
yourself physicaly and mentaly.
if you are the best
candidate for the job
- prove it and dress your best.
Wear a full suit with a tie
and smart shoe
Be well presented
Prepare a few questions you want to ask the interviewer.
Pose questions that demonstrate your knowledge
of the organization and subtly
convey your expertise.
Most people cannot think and
control their body language
at the same time, which is why you
need to be relaxed.
If an interviewer asks you
about a previous job in
which you had a less than
positive experience, the worst
thing you can do is lie about
it or avoid the subject.
Any discussion is a 2-way
exchange of information. Let the
interviewer talk and lead the
interview without interrupting.
Listen carefully, and then give
Be a good listener, and never interrupt
Interviews are not only
in-person. Be ready for all-medium
interviews. Nowadays interviews
are held over the phone, via Skype,
GotoMeeting or with pre-recorded
Be Ready for All Medium Interviews
Know your weaknesses
and be ready to turn them
If you’re asked to reveal about
your greatest weakness,
be positive and show that you’ve learned
(or are learning) to overcome it.
Interview situations can feel rather unnatural
and therefore make us say or do things that we wouldn’t
under normal circumstances. It’s good to have a few nerves,
but it is also important to try and relax. Remember – you have
the skills and experience required for the job
– that’s why you got the interview.