By Caryl Rae Krannich
This is the 1st e-book to target the nonverbal facets of the task interview. Examines visual appeal and get dressed, physique language, facial expressions, and vocal inflection.
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If it is just a bit rumpled, send it for pressing instead. Shoes Shoes should be cleaned and polished. Soles and heels should be in good shape. If they look worn take them to a shoe repair shop or invest in a new pair. Car Car? Yes, your car. You never know when the boss will see you drive up or invite you to continue the interview over lunch with some other decision makers, and you are the designated driver! Wash your car, vacuum the inside and clean out those old candy bar wrappers from the floor.
Will you be loyal to the company? Can you be trusted? Will you be happy working there? K,S,Q + VIQ + NVI = Successful Outcome Your Knowledge, plus your Skills, plus your Qualifications form the basis for a successful outcome. No matter how savvy your verbal and nonverbal skills, if you do not have the basic qualifications to perform the job, you are unlikely to even be invited to the interview, and less likely to be offered the job. However, many well-qualified people, qualified in terms of the skill requirements, don't do well in the interview.
Some of the nonverbal cues are perceived on a conscious level; our job applicant might be able to verbalize them. Other cues are perceived on a subliminal level; he is not even able to verbalize to himself what they are. "It just feels right," he might say. " Much of the applicant's decision is based on how he feels he will "fit in" and be happy with the company. This gut reactions is based almost entirely on nonverbal cues picked up during the interview. Much the same, of course, can be said of the interviewer in this situation.