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  • 1. Interviewing for a Job April 14, 2008
  • 2. Who the Employer Seeks?
    • Do you look like the right person?
    • Can you be counted on?
    • Can you do the Job?
  • 3. Typical Rating Made
    • Potential
    • Ability to Learn
  • 4. 3 Things You Need to Know
    • The Company
    • The Position
    • YOURSELF
  • 5. 2 Important Words
    • Positive
    • Enthusiastic
  • 6. Before the Interview…
    • Research
      • Organization
        • Become aware of the Mission Statement
      • Interviewer
        • Responsibilities & Accomplishments
      • Position
        • Duties, Salary Range, Skills
    • Drive the Route
  • 7. Be Prepared!
    • Know what you want
    • What skills are you selling?
    • Network
    • Learn to pronounce Interviewers names
    • Bring pen and paper to take Notes
  • 8. Think About…
    • Initial Greeting
    • Posture
    • Voice
    • Eye Contact
    • Distracting Habits
    • Dress & Groom like the Interviewer is likely
  • 9. Do’s & Don’ts
    • Be Conservative
    • Check Shoes
    • Dress up, not down
    • Avoid perfume
    • Nails clean
    • Spend some money
    • Don’t forget
      • Bring your resume
  • 10. The Interview
    • Arrive Early
    • Final Grooming
    • Be nice to all
      • Example: Receptionist
    • First impression is very important
    • Eye contact, face person with relaxed posture
  • 11. Typical Interview Routine
    • Rapport Establishment
      • Small Talk
    • Opener
      • Question they will ask you
    • Exploration of Facts
      • Goals, Examples, Resume, etc
    • Conclusion
      • Summary & Instructions
  • 12. What Are Your Weaknesses?
    • Cite a corrected weakness
    • Cite an unrelated skill
    • I would love to learn more about…
  • 13. Never Underestimate…
    • Value of Good Rapport
    • Honesty
    • Art of Listening
    • Just being Nice
    • Don’t Ramble
  • 14. Don’t!
    • Plead
    • Cry
    • Mumble
    • Brag
    • Try too hard
    • Talk too much
    • Act inferior/superior
    • Argue
    • Criticize
  • 15. Conclusive of Post Interview:
    • Highlights Written Down
      • Afterwards keep a folder/file of what occurred
    • Follow Up
      • Contact the Company 1-2 Weeks after Interview
    • Thank You Note
      • Hand write a note to the Interviewer ASAP
        • Thank you for your time… etc
  • 16. Finally…
    • Always Be Yourself!