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Show how much you know about the company
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Project yourself
through the company
& speak as if you were
already part of it
Don’t forget, your body speaks too
Jérémie Lorrain
Co-Founder of nail art company Úñica.
French, Fashionista, Blogger, Entrepreneur,
Businessman, Model, Sale...
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What I've Learned From Interviews

  1. 1. s w ie rv te In What I’ve learned from From both sides
  2. 2. It’s a convincing game
  3. 3. Search for your interlocutor’s background & interests online before
  4. 4. we vie er nt I ide ’s r Call your potential candidates & ask WHY they should be giving an interview
  5. 5. ide ’s r we vie er nt I Start the interview walking with the candidate to relax the atmosphere
  6. 6. ide ’s r we vie er nt I Ask them what matters most for them in a job
  7. 7. ide ’s r we vie er nt I Ask your candidates to rate themselves on a specific skill
  8. 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. 9. ide ’s r we vie er nt I Ask your candidates « what will I learn if I call your references? »
  10. 10. er nt I we vie ide ’s r Get them to do a case study
  11. 11. er nt I we ie v de si e’ Know everything about yourself
  12. 12. er nt I we ie v de si e’ Do your homew ork
  13. 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. 14. we ie v er nt I de si e’ Focus on facts & numbers to show your experience
  15. 15. we ie v er nt I de si e’ Ask more questions than your interviewer
  16. 16. we ie v er nt I de si e’ Show how much you know about the company & why it fits you perfectly
  17. 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. 18. Don’t forget, your body speaks too
  19. 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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