June 13

Rules For A Successful Job Interview

Job descriptions, labor market and job hunting approaches chance from time to time. Yet, what remains the same is the way job interviews are held. You get the opportunity to sell yourself. The most important part of an interview is the first 30 seconds. This is why if you want to stand out from the crowd, you will need to stay on the ball. You will need to prepare, practice well and finally have to perform on the final day.

If you too want to crack your interview with flying colors, make sure that you go through the below mentioned points:

• Pay attention to your body language

The reason why you should focus on body language coaching is because it does not matter what you say but what really matters is how you say. While the interview is on do not look at the floor or lean back or sit with arms folded. When you want to make a point, lead forward and use the hands to communicate.

There are so many people who cannot control their body language. For these individuals body language coaching is useful.

• First impression matters

You must greet the interviewer with a good firm handshake and with a pleasant smile. You must never avoid eye contact. Remember that in the first 30 seconds, you will need to sell yourself rather than selling anything else, and this is the time the interviewer will subconsciously decide whether to place you in their team or not.

• You need to be prepared

Before the interview, read the job advertisement as well as go through your resume. You must go through the website of the company and also know a little bit about its literature. Make sure that you do a good research work before the interview. You might be even asked about the salary that you are after and so make sure that the research work is done properly.

• Do not blather

Answer all the questions properly even if it takes a few moments for you to think before answering. It is better to pause for a moment and collect your thoughts rather than speaking quickly and regretting at a later stage.

• Why will they hire you?

Almost every job adverts will list down the qualities that they are on the lookout for—a good communicator, working together in a team—and it is up to you how to display these expertise. You should be ready to talk about your experience, dexterity, knowledge and abilities.

• Be positive

You should stay positive, as your enthusiasm, positive approach will help you to create a positive impression on employers.



Posted June 13, 2016 by Karumanta Garica in category Education & Learning