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Preparing for the Interview

  1. 1. Interview Tips Presented by Shanna Kurpe
  2. 2. Agenda Tips for Landing an Interview with an Agency Six Ways to Prepare for the Interview Best Practices During the Interview Follow-Up Best Practices
  3. 3. Tips for Landing an Interview with an Agency Network. Network. Network. Know the Agency Needs Use Keywords from the Job Post in Your Resume Stand Out in Your Delivery Call and/or Walk-In
  4. 4. How to Prepare for the Interview
  5. 5. #1 - Research the Company Visit the Company Website Google Key Executives Read Recent News Articles Review Primary Clientele
  6. 6. #2 - Prepare Intelligent Questions Don’t Ask Something You Can Learn Online Ask Open-Ended Questions Wait to Ask About Salary and Benefits Focus on Your Role, Company Culture and the Future Sample Questions Might Include: Why are You Hiring for this Position? What are the Opportunities for Growth and Learning? How does Your Company Show its Value of Employees? What are the Company’s Goals for the Next 5 Years and How Might I Fit in?
  7. 7. #3 - Write Down Your Key Accomplishments Align with the Hiring Company’s Business Needs Focus on Achievements, Not Responsibilities Be Specific Talk Process and Outcomes If Your Have a Shortage of Accomplishments, Focus on Your Passion
  8. 8. #4 - Practice Your Responses Anticipate What the Employer will Ask Give Your Responses to a Mirror Possible Interview Questions: Tell Me About Your Past Experience What Are Your Hopes and Goals for the Future? Describe a Time When You Were Presented with a Challenge and Explain How You Overcame that Challenge Please Share and Explain Your Portfolio
  9. 9. #5 - Map Your Route Know Where You’re Going Street Address Suite Number Floor Drive the Route Ahead of Time Arrive 15 Minutes Early Have Phone Number on Hand
  10. 10. #6 - Select an Appropriate Outfit Dress the Part Professional Attire Creative Style Pressed and Clean Don’t Be Afraid to Ask Pick it Out the Night Before Groom Yourself
  11. 11. During the Interview Smile, and Show Enthusiasm Greet Everyone Professionally - Firm Handshake, Eye Contact Stand Tall, and Be Confident Remain Positive - Even When Talking About Something Negative
  12. 12. The Follow Up Send an Immediate Email Thank You Always Send a Hand- Written Thank You Note Place a Call a Few Days After the Interview
  13. 13. Questions?? skurpe@faculty.academy.edu www.slideshare.net/skurpe
  14. 14. Image Sources Bacon, Alicia. Set a New Trend of Office Attire. 15 October 2010. Fashion With Me. Web. Accessed 4 April 2011. eHow Money. How to Make a Follow-Up Call After a Job Interview. 14 December 2010. Web. Access 31 March 2011. GT2 Symposium. GT2 and Focus Awards Ceremony. Web. Accessed 4 April 2011. Kitchen Magic. Organize Your Closet Today! 23 March 2011. Web. Accessed 4 April 2011. Landy, Sylvia. How to Ace a Job Interview Fresh Out of College. Bovee and Thill’s Real-Time Updates. Web. Accessed 31 March 2011. Roody, Patrick. Deliver Balloons to Your Event: Make it Happen. 4 November 2010. Event Now. Web. Accessed 31 March 2011. Sacchef. Free Printable Thank You Cards. Web. Accessed 4 April 2011. Virgin Media. How to Spy with Your Gadgets. Web. Accessed 4 April 2011. Wong, Lisa. Striking Gold in the Rubble: PR Jobs in Our Economy. 29 January 2009. PRSSA University of Washington. Web. Accessed 31 March 2011.

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