By Max Eggert
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Interviewer: How old are you now? Interviewee: That is an interesting question because … It just won’t do you any good! CHAPTER 33 Stay Above the Line RESEARCH SUGGESTS THAT negative information attracts supplementary questions. Good news tends to be accepted at face value. Also, negative information is more easily remembered than positive information – perhaps because this type of information is being sought by the interviewer. The answer is simple: ALWAYS TALK ABOVE THE LINE Think of your career as a horizontal line.
No, it will be a pleasant experience for him or her to interview someone who is so well prepared. 5. You are in total control of the information you give about yourself. The interviewer asks the questions, but you decide how to answer them and what information you will release. The professional interviewer is trained to ask open questions, such as Tell me about yourself? What do you enjoy in your job? Why did you leave that company? What brings you here? All these questions can be answered in a variety of ways depending on what you choose to say and what information you decided to give.
What happens next? 53. Don’t eat, drink, smoke or be merry 54. Staying silent 55. Avoid DTBs (Defensive Tactical Behaviours) 56. References Part 6 – Getting the Best Deal: Negotiating Pay and Conditions 57. Getting a better deal 58. Pay and conditions (the basics) 59. Pay negotiation strategies Part 7 – After the Interview 60. Interview, review and learn 61. It helps to stay in touch 62. Interview yourself Postscripts Postscript I Postscript II Postscript III Postscript IV Part 8 – Checklists A.