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Title: Interview Techniques and Tips


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Interview Techniques and Tips
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Interviews techniques
  • SCREEING INTERVIEW
  • Screening tools to ensure that candidates meet
    minimum qualification requirements.
  • Computer programs are the tools used to weed out
    unqualified candidates.
  • Facts about your skills is more important.

3
Tips for maintaining confidence
  • Highlight your accomplishments and qualification
  • Answer question directly and honestly.
  • Show your winning personality for the person
    making decisions!
  • Be tactful about addressing income requirement.

4
Tips for maintaining confidence
  • Give a range, and try to avoid giving specifics
    by replying , I would be willing to consider
    your best offer.
  • Come prepared with thoughtful questions about the
    field and the company.
  • Write a thank you note to the interviewer.

5
Some of the performance pressure
  • Gain references to other people and make sure
    that the interviewer would be comfortable of
    referring them.
  • Give the interviewer your card, contact number
    and resume.

6
Tips for interviewee
  • It might begin with a statement like tell me
    about yourself, which you can use to your
    advantage.
  • The interviewer might ask you another broad,
    open-ended question before falling into silence.
  • The interview style allows you to tactfully
    guide the discussion in a away that best serves
    you.

7
Interview preparation
  • Highlight your skills, qualities and experience
    in the interview.
  • Remain alert to the interviewer
  • Learn more important information about the
    company its needs.

8
Body Language
  • Posture In the interview, sitting up in your
    chair leaning forward tend to indicate your
    interest.
  • Hand shake Shaking hands well is an art
  • A firm handshake during the introduction can show
    confidence assertiveness
  • Facial expression Be sure your facial expression
    matches with what you are saying.

9
Body Language
  • Eye contact The frequent of eye contact may
    suggest either interest or boredom.
  • It is important to maintain good eye contact.
  • If you have more than one interviewer, include
    each one in your answers by moving your eyes from
    one to other.

10
Body Language
  • You will never get second chance to make a good
    impression
  • Conservative neat extremes of clothing
  • Combine personal style with good taste
  • Wear something that make you feel comfortable
  • Wear simple jewelers
  • Avoid aftershave lotion, scents and perfumes

11
Stress interview
  • You might be held in the waiting room for an hour
    before the interviewer greets you
  • You might face long silences
  • The interviewer might openly challenge your
    beliefs or judgment.
  • Insults and miscommunication are common.
  • All this is designed to see whether you have the
    mettle to withstand the company culture, the
    clients or other potential stress.

12
Interview Preparation
  • Prepare and memorize your main message before
    walking through the door.
  • Even if the interviewer is rude, remain calm and
    tactful
  • Go into the interview room relaxed and rested
  • If you go into room feeling stressed, you will
    have a more difficult time keeping a cool
    perspective.

13
Behavioral interview
  • Many companies increasingly rely on behavior
    interviews since they use your previous behavior
    to indicate your future performance
  • Depending upon the responsibility of the job and
    the working environment, you might be asked to
    describe a time that required
  • Problem-solving skills

14
Behavioral interview
  • Leadership skills
  • Multi-tasking
  • Initiative or stress management
  • You will be asked how you dealt with the
    situations.

15
Behavioral format
  • Anticipate the transferable skills and personal
    qualities that are required for the job
  • Review your resume
  • Reflect on your own professional, volunteer,
    educational and personal experience, highlight
    these skills in the interview
  • Keep your responses concise and present them in
    less than two minutes

16
Behavioral format
  • For some positions, such as computer programmers
    or trainers, companies want to see you in auction
    before they make their decision
  • They might evaluate your skills through key
    boarding skills
  • Communication is half the battle in real life,
    and you should demonstrate to employer
  • Treat the situation as if your are a professional
    with responsibility for the task laid before you

17
Behavioral format
  • Treat the situation as if your are a professional
    with responsibility for the task laid before you
  • Take ownership of your work
  • Brush up on your skills before an interviewer if
    you think they might be tested

18
Helpful tips
  • Treat each person as an important individual
  • Wish them while entering into the room
  • Make eye contact with each person and speak
    directly to the person asking each question
  • Use the opportunity to gain as much information
    about the company

19
Helpful tips
  • Be ready to illustrate your main message in a
    variety of ways to a variety of people
  • Be more alert in a interview
  • Stay focused and adjustable
  • Be relaxed and charming while attending the
    interview

20
Some tips for managing second interview
  • Be confident
  • Accentuate what you have to offer and your
    interest in the position
  • Be prepare for anything that company asks for in
    the interview

21
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Title: Interview Techniques and Tips


1
Interview Techniques and Tips
2
Interviews techniques
  • SCREEING INTERVIEW
  • Screening tools to ensure that candidates meet
    minimum qualification requirements.
  • Computer programs are the tools used to weed out
    unqualified candidates.
  • Facts about your skills is more important.

3
Tips for maintaining confidence
  • Highlight your accomplishments and qualification
  • Answer question directly and honestly.
  • Show your winning personality for the person
    making decisions!
  • Be tactful about addressing income requirement.

4
Tips for maintaining confidence
  • Give a range, and try to avoid giving specifics
    by replying , I would be willing to consider
    your best offer.
  • Come prepared with thoughtful questions about the
    field and the company.
  • Write a thank you note to the interviewer.

5
Some of the performance pressure
  • Gain references to other people and make sure
    that the interviewer would be comfortable of
    referring them.
  • Give the interviewer your card, contact number
    and resume.

6
Tips for interviewee
  • It might begin with a statement like tell me
    about yourself, which you can use to your
    advantage.
  • The interviewer might ask you another broad,
    open-ended question before falling into silence.
  • The interview style allows you to tactfully
    guide the discussion in a away that best serves
    you.

7
Interview preparation
  • Highlight your skills, qualities and experience
    in the interview.
  • Remain alert to the interviewer
  • Learn more important information about the
    company its needs.

8
Body Language
  • Posture In the interview, sitting up in your
    chair leaning forward tend to indicate your
    interest.
  • Hand shake Shaking hands well is an art
  • A firm handshake during the introduction can show
    confidence assertiveness
  • Facial expression Be sure your facial expression
    matches with what you are saying.

9
Body Language
  • Eye contact The frequent of eye contact may
    suggest either interest or boredom.
  • It is important to maintain good eye contact.
  • If you have more than one interviewer, include
    each one in your answers by moving your eyes from
    one to other.

10
Body Language
  • You will never get second chance to make a good
    impression
  • Conservative neat extremes of clothing
  • Combine personal style with good taste
  • Wear something that make you feel comfortable
  • Wear simple jewelers
  • Avoid aftershave lotion, scents and perfumes

11
Stress interview
  • You might be held in the waiting room for an hour
    before the interviewer greets you
  • You might face long silences
  • The interviewer might openly challenge your
    beliefs or judgment.
  • Insults and miscommunication are common.
  • All this is designed to see whether you have the
    mettle to withstand the company culture, the
    clients or other potential stress.

12
Interview Preparation
  • Prepare and memorize your main message before
    walking through the door.
  • Even if the interviewer is rude, remain calm and
    tactful
  • Go into the interview room relaxed and rested
  • If you go into room feeling stressed, you will
    have a more difficult time keeping a cool
    perspective.

13
Behavioral interview
  • Many companies increasingly rely on behavior
    interviews since they use your previous behavior
    to indicate your future performance
  • Depending upon the responsibility of the job and
    the working environment, you might be asked to
    describe a time that required
  • Problem-solving skills

14
Behavioral interview
  • Leadership skills
  • Multi-tasking
  • Initiative or stress management
  • You will be asked how you dealt with the
    situations.

15
Behavioral format
  • Anticipate the transferable skills and personal
    qualities that are required for the job
  • Review your resume
  • Reflect on your own professional, volunteer,
    educational and personal experience, highlight
    these skills in the interview
  • Keep your responses concise and present them in
    less than two minutes

16
Behavioral format
  • For some positions, such as computer programmers
    or trainers, companies want to see you in auction
    before they make their decision
  • They might evaluate your skills through key
    boarding skills
  • Communication is half the battle in real life,
    and you should demonstrate to employer
  • Treat the situation as if your are a professional
    with responsibility for the task laid before you

17
Behavioral format
  • Treat the situation as if your are a professional
    with responsibility for the task laid before you
  • Take ownership of your work
  • Brush up on your skills before an interviewer if
    you think they might be tested

18
Helpful tips
  • Treat each person as an important individual
  • Wish them while entering into the room
  • Make eye contact with each person and speak
    directly to the person asking each question
  • Use the opportunity to gain as much information
    about the company

19
Helpful tips
  • Be ready to illustrate your main message in a
    variety of ways to a variety of people
  • Be more alert in a interview
  • Stay focused and adjustable
  • Be relaxed and charming while attending the
    interview

20
Some tips for managing second interview
  • Be confident
  • Accentuate what you have to offer and your
    interest in the position
  • Be prepare for anything that company asks for in
    the interview

21
Thank you
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