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What I've Learned From Interviews
What I've Learned From Interviews
What I've Learned From Interviews
What I've Learned From Interviews
What I've Learned From Interviews
What I've Learned From Interviews
What I've Learned From Interviews
What I've Learned From Interviews
What I've Learned From Interviews
What I've Learned From Interviews
What I've Learned From Interviews
What I've Learned From Interviews
What I've Learned From Interviews
What I've Learned From Interviews
What I've Learned From Interviews
What I've Learned From Interviews
What I've Learned From Interviews
What I've Learned From Interviews
What I've Learned From Interviews
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  • 1. s w ie rv te In What I’ve learned from From both sides
  • 2. It’s a convincing game
  • 3. Search for your interlocutor’s background & interests online before
  • 4. we vie er nt I ide ’s r Call your potential candidates & ask WHY they should be giving an interview
  • 5. ide ’s r we vie er nt I Start the interview walking with the candidate to relax the atmosphere
  • 6. ide ’s r we vie er nt I Ask them what matters most for them in a job
  • 7. ide ’s r we vie er nt I Ask your candidates to rate themselves on a specific skill
  • 8. ide ’s r er nt I we vie Ask them not only if they would be great at doing their job, but also if they would love it
  • 9. ide ’s r we vie er nt I Ask your candidates « what will I learn if I call your references? »
  • 10. er nt I we vie ide ’s r Get them to do a case study
  • 11. er nt I we ie v de si e’ Know everything about yourself
  • 12. er nt I we ie v de si e’ Do your homew ork
  • 13. er nt I we ie v de si e’ yo ct fe er P n o ur e l in e c n e es r p
  • 14. we ie v er nt I de si e’ Focus on facts & numbers to show your experience
  • 15. we ie v er nt I de si e’ Ask more questions than your interviewer
  • 16. we ie v er nt I de si e’ Show how much you know about the company & why it fits you perfectly
  • 17. er nt I we ie v de si e’ Project yourself through the company & speak as if you were already part of it
  • 18. Don’t forget, your body speaks too
  • 19. Jérémie Lorrain Co-Founder of nail art company Úñica. French, Fashionista, Blogger, Entrepreneur, Businessman, Model, Salesperson, Ambitious, Open-minded, People and Opportunity-Oriented. Share your impressions, comments & secrets: jeremie.lorrain@gmail.com

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