By Rob Yeung
The hot variation of this best-selling publication tells you the way to: supply extraordinary solutions to over two hundred interview questions; care for interview nerves and undertaking overall self belief; cross psychometric exams, competency-based questions, and evaluate centres; keep away from the traps that interviewers lay for unwary activity seekers; and, flip each interview query on your virtue.
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There are probably behaviours that you would do at home when you are ‘being yourself’ such as putting your feet up on the coffee 2 0 . H O W T O S U C C E E D AT I N T E R V I E W S table, drinking straight from the carton, or even burping, that you would never do in front of colleagues. So think about an interview as an opportunity to present yourself in the best possible light. Use your body language, posture, tone of voice, hand gestures, smiles, and every technique at your disposal to make yourself appear as the kind of professional, committed, enthusiastic person that the interviewers will want to hire.
The situation is not helped by the fact that unskilled interviewers can sometimes inadvertently – or sometimes deliberately – ask questions that are lengthy, convoluted, and difficult to answer. In order to make sure that you do not fall foul of this trap, be sure to do the following: ■ Listen to the entire question that is being asked rather than just plucking out the key words or trying to predict the question. ■ Take a few moments to think through your answer. If the interviewer has asked you a tough question that is an unusual variation on what M A K I N G A S T R O N G I M PA C T .
Follow the interviewer’s lead with respect to polite conversation or ‘chit chat’. When the interviewer arrives, being able to talk positively about one or two aspects of their organisation will help to create the impression that you are a friendly, likeable person. But follow the interviewer’s lead: while certain interviewers genuinely enjoy making small talk, others may want to press on with interview questions. ■ Make eye contact and smile broadly on first meeting the interviewer. Babies learn to recognise smiles from the age of several weeks; human beings are genetically programmed to warm to others who smile.