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  2. 2. 5()N V HOW DO GROUP INTERVIEWS WORK? ," ‘s : ‘ V‘ 8 v ‘ ‘ N . :_» ‘
  3. 3. Group interviews usually takes
  4. 4. Can be relaxed and intimate by comparison
  5. 5. .. I‘ . ‘ E’ . I~ I 1-‘ '7 ‘1 H v "" l l, » V”, “ i ii , ‘- , . . — . ,I. . ‘ *’-. .:i V 1 1 1 ___’I. V '= ' 1 L s I Q Have a set process because there are y so many people to manage ‘ i l i r’ I hf * 1): : ll " H} 3.. lL i ii
  6. 6. The interviewer is continuously observing the way you interact
  7. 7. To psych you out their
  8. 8. Their Goal . ... .. to find the most suitable people
  9. 9. They Want. .. _-. 0. ? ""'1.. a.. . ’_ 4 "I 4 | ., ' _ . A3; 7-‘ n*-. . ' . - . .,| . , -*T'mr— T .4‘- . ,, -wr - _1 “_ , ‘ T __i1.. s;. _*-_. » . M l - “ xEr; iL: ¢ ; _,r7lii. _g: ‘*« T /4 To See Your Qualities In A Group ~, i 3-‘ l * i 7“ , J‘ ’ ‘'''‘>? ‘ T 3 . i I I‘ — g I»_, : J “ l “‘_: “‘ , + ‘ ‘= i7fi,7, 9'. ‘ . __/ g P ‘ ' '* ‘I ‘jg W _ 35%} ct. . . ‘a ' *9 ‘ ' " ‘ 7- 7 «T u ‘C; i _y ’ V ; .,}'1 : H V, /95‘; ‘lbrfi _. > Li «:5 ‘ r ‘-= ':; — ' 1“i“~ * * ém . . gut y<~‘‘‘» ' A’ P. _" "-_, _- -| 7;. ’ 1' J ‘vii’-“J . . , “ j ; —“ ‘ ‘*1 and how you interact with peers foe’ ; 7-‘ 7 7 f "‘ t‘ ' ‘P .1“ . .‘k“ " l ___J_. :}. 1“? . _: (J, " ‘T’ ‘’r “‘ A '5' . - N T3}, "ii _. - a 4.1” ‘v . 1‘ r'l, g,fi rm “ ‘x 3 . T '15.)‘ F": - Iw': «‘Fl. V~» V
  10. 10. Give reasons for your thoughts on! ‘ . K q A I ‘T ' . ' . .‘ ' ‘I --5-— , J. i s ' . ' '« . ' , ‘I , . . . , i -__- — - . - A . ' I . s . . . . g u _ I ‘ » . v 1 , . ‘ _ I V . . r. . o. ‘ u‘ _ V ‘ V ~ ‘V’ I ' . '4 - . , . O V -_ ' ' r s‘ . . - - -- - v . ‘ . — ‘ < A > ' I» ’ . _ . » . - ____. _
  11. 11. Looking at how you perform under pressure {Z-‘ff : '.—. —%: ' . -- .4- ‘ _ - J . ’T ‘ . . l 3 t l I
  12. 12. Testing your natural ability and flair N
  13. 13. To prepare for role-playing, practise } : ‘r*. T"4 ' 3,521.‘. practise . :‘FTr AA‘ ,1.’ LI ' I , ’. l g . l '1 "_ - practise ‘L , .1" . ' ‘, '. 1 ‘xv. - " 1 A - . .;’. ' I - - ‘. |‘ I __A . ‘VLF’. ‘s -; i’ ‘ -3.‘
  14. 14. Answer (say something, not too eage but step up) 5- - “‘YV'II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
  15. 15. Ask people Get input, show Leadership J 3 is Naturally lea mg without being bossy
  16. 16. Articulate back to people what they said, rephrase l l l I I‘ ‘ ‘:1 . I , l Good Leaders are good f " ""’. 'L‘istene, r,s; "G it Everyone feels like they have V been heard and appreciated
  17. 17. Apply what you heard I suggest we 3389 0“ do what Bill info heard
  18. 18. me- ‘z. :.— .1.jj»-—--— —, y ‘if ——'r%. m_r, r3_I, 'I_-—| F"”*fi’gf**? - ‘. ‘ l _y_. ___. ._r_ _ BC1§‘dJ]C{: is LIN: K&~_' to Lift
  19. 19. Bossy, Aggressive Nutter lntrovert Creative Individuality
  20. 20. Cooperating with and listening to others
  21. 21. l ? . ' AA? “ : ‘ _: ” ‘. 5 l l ‘ --' '9- K ' ‘ - V‘ ‘ 1' . . 1 , _ . - . n~z. '.J _, -—~i «-. .4.. - - . ;,. ;b, ,4 cl. .'I_. ‘,1 4” TI (opymq the other person‘: l l 2 . , ocsturcc to cum acceptance: l ‘. l I‘. y E 9' . [jevelop rapport through confidence 4-’ Tlumlum; alike
  22. 22. Firm handshake, a smile and eye contact makes a lasting impression
  23. 23. —'_‘ r‘_r—-Iy‘"r*fI, ..v, ~.1~', ~.V, .1~-rV—| y '* attgw amid lA? ;¥£i as‘: _;g= L> ‘J sjittot ‘V J3‘: -at 1 I 1 I -I A C '1 1 1 l. J _J 1 is 4 47 C a I l l l l
  24. 24. 3 From The Moment You , Enter Reception
  25. 25. Pay attention to manner to your clothes. Interviewers Dedde
  26. 26. When you tell the group about yourselft Be confident, maintain eye contact, and speak in a clear voice.
  27. 27. Interviewers soon have a list of who they are most interested. 9" I’ f a‘ - . J _ _ _ - 1- ’ T
  28. 28. ;, . . _ ~ -' ~. _" I The rest is in the lap of 4‘ the groupie gods ~ r, —
  29. 29. ‘ll? Ax‘ ; -‘W’ N Chance favours the prepared mind. The more you practice, the luckier you become. 1) ‘

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