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  • 1. BY
    PRESENTATION
  • 2. interviews
  • 3.
  • 4. TOPICS
    • Resumes,
    • 5. Interviews,
    • 6. Public Relations,
    • 7. Entrepreneurship,
    • 8. Grant proposals,
    • 9. Business ethics,
    • 10. Business etiquettes,
    • 11. Innovative communication technologies.
  • INTERVIEW
  • 12. INTRODUCTION
    An interview is a conversation between two or more people where questions are asked by the interviewer to obtain information from the interviewee.
    (OR)
    Discuss formally with (somebody) for the purpose of an evaluation.
  • 13. An interview is a sales presentation !!!!!!
    So what is the Product ???
  • 14. Role and Process of the Interview
    Types of Interviews
    Preparing For Job Interview
    Conducting Yourself During the Interview
    Communicating After the Interview
    Do’s and Don’ts of the Interview
    Topics for Discussion
  • 15. Role and Process of the Interview
    Role
    Process
    Verifying Resume
    Asking Questions
    Evaluating the
    Candidate
    Negotiation and offer
    • Hiring decision
    • 16. Evaluate the candidate
    • 17. Identifying the optimal person for the job
    • 18. Negotiation and offer
  • Types of Interviews
  • 19. JOB INTERVIEWS
    A job interview is a process of evaluating potential employee by an
    employee to give job in their company..
  • 20. Behavioral Interview:
    • Is conducted to know the previous behaviors of candidate in a situation.
    • 21. EX : questions asked in Behavioral Interview:
    1) "Describe the worst project you worked on.“
    2) "What happened the last time you were late with a project?"
  • 22. Face to Face Interview
    Most widely used Interviewing Technique
    Direct meeting between interviewer and interviewee
    Personal Communication can be possible
    More and accurate information can be obtained
  • 23. Panel Interview
    Here the candidate is interviewed by a group of panelists.
    • approaches of conducting panel interview
    • 24. Presentation format: a generic topic is given and asked to give presentation to panel
    • 25. Role format: each panelist asks
    question regarding various roles
    Ex: Technical, Management, etc.
    • Skeet shoot format: Questions
    are asked from panelists in rapid
    succession.(generally done to find
    Our stress level of the candidate).
  • 26. Case Interview:
    Here the job applicant is given a question, situation, problem or challenge and asked to resolve the situation.
    • used mostly by management consulting firms and investment bank
  • Stress Interview
    • Here the employer wants to keep the candidate
    off balance.
    • The main purpose of this interview is to find out how
    Candidate handles “STRESS”
    It involves :
    • Interviewer behaving in hostile manner.
    Such as:
    • Not making eye contact
    • 27. Interrupting
    • 28. Turn his back
    • 29. Taking phone calls during interview
    • 30. Making to wait for longer periods.etc.
  • Telephone Interview
    • It takes place when the recruiter wants to reduce the no. of candidates who come for face to face interview.
    • 31. Also takes place when applicant
    is a significant distance away
    from hiring company.
  • 32. Preparing For Job Interview
    Researching the organization
    Practicing interview questions
    Preparing your own questions
    Dressing for Success
  • 33. Researching the organization
    Learn as much as you can about the organization.
    Learn what has been happening recently with the company.
    Its financial health , stock , corporate structure , etc.
    You can use this information during interview.
  • 34. Practicing interview questions
    Practice your response to interview questions.
    This provide interviewer with important clues about
    • Applicant’s qualification
    • 35. Personality
    • 36. Poise and
    • 37. Communication skills
    • 38. The interviewer is interested in your content of your responses but react to questions and communicate your thoughts and ideas
  • Preparing your own questions
    An interview is two way conversation
    So you may ask interviewer any question regarding organization or the job.
    Relevant questions
    Prepare questions beforehand.
    EX:
    How Is an employee evaluated and promoted?
    What are your expectations of new employees?
    What types of training are available?
    Salary, fringe benefits etc. can be asked to an interviewer.
  • 39. Dressing for Success
    75% of interviewees who made a good impression during the first 5 minutes received job offer.
    Only 10% who makes bad impression will get job offer.
    Effective strategy to make good impression is to pay careful attention to
    Dress
    Grooming
    And posture
  • 40. FOR MEN
  • 41.
  • 42. Conducting Yourself During the Interview
    Be aware of the nonverbal signals of your body.
    Answer each question honestly completely and accurately.
    Though it is panel or face to face interview, you will be evaluated basing on your
    • Education
    • 43. Experience
    • 44. Mental qualities
    • 45. Manner, General appearance .
    • Personal Evaluation should be done
    • 46. Recall all questions asked and your response
    • 47. Take time and formulate more effective answer
    • 48. Check weather your resume should be changed/updated
    • 49. Send a thank you note or email to the interviewer
    Communicating After Interview
  • 50.
  • 51.
  • 52.
  • 53.
  • 54.
  • 55.
  • 56.
  • 57.
  • 58. If you do all these thing correctly then
    YOU WILL BE THE
    WINNER
  • 59. BUSSINESS ETIQUETTE
  • 60.
    • Rules that allow us to interact in a civilized fashion
    • 61. Code of behavior that is grounded in common sense cultural norms
    • 62. Manners matter in the workplace
    What Is Business Etiquette?
  • 63. Advantages of Business
    etiquette
    • It helps you to reach
    higher positions
    • Stand out in crowd
    • 64. Increases Respect
    • 65. facilitates to deal with
    customers confidently
  • 66. First ImpressionsThe Rule of 12 in BusinessYou never get a second chance to make a first impression.
    The first 12 words
    The first 12 steps
    The first 12 inches
    The last 12 inches
  • 67. The Business Handshake
    How to shake hands
    When to shake hands
    When not to shake hands
    Handshakes to avoid
  • 68. Introductions in Business
    Introducing yourself
    Introducing others
    Responding to introductions
    What to do when you can’t remember names
    Secret to remembering names
  • 69. Mixing and Mingling in Business
    Prepare in advance
    Arrive early
    Position yourself
    Work the crowd
    Don’t clump
    Know when to leave
  • 70. Secrets of a Great Conversationalist
    Prepare
    Make eye contact & smile
    Take responsibility
    Use icebreakers
    Ask the right kinds of questions
    Be a good listener
  • 71. Exchanging Business Cards
    Carrying your card
    Presenting your card
    Receiving a card
    When to exchange cards
    With whom to exchange cards
    Never leave the office without a good supply.
  • 72. Body Language
    A person’s posture, facial expressions, and gestures send messages.
    Sometimes the message is loud and clear; sometimes its is open for interpretation.
    Five places NOT to put your hands in business
  • 73. Communicating in a High-Tech World
    Answering the phone
    Managing the hold button
    Transferring calls
    Effective screening techniques
    ASAP method
  • 74. Voice Mail Tips
    E-mail Rules
    Your voice mail greeting
    Leaving a message
    Do’s
    Don’ts
    Speaker Phone
    Cell Phones
    • Ask for permission
    • 75. Ask for the need
    • 76. Picture a phone booth
    • 77. Lower your voice
    • 78. Turn it off
    • 79. Give notice it may ring
  • Dressing for the Occasion
    Business professional attire
    Personal props and accessories
    The real meaning of business casual
  • 80. Correspondence in Business
    To key or write by hand?
    Front, back or sideways?
    The color of the ink
    Thank you notes
    Addressing the envelope
  • 81. In Conclusion
    Manners will make the difference in whether you get that customer, a promotion, or that first job!
    Business etiquette is simply about feeling and showing kindness and respect for those around you. It is about exercising good judgment.
    Stop to hold a door, offer to help with a heavy package, or go out of your way to say thank you!
  • 82. TEAM 8
    THANK YOU AND ALL THE BEST