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During the interview• Body language signs – Do’s • Smile. • Eye contact. • Sit up straight, and lean slightly forward in your chair. • Establish an amount of comfort personal space between you and the interviewer. • Nod.
During the interview• Body Language signs – Don’ts • Cross your arms. • Rub or touch your nose. • Cross your legs or idly shake one over the other. • Lean back. • Fidget your hands or tap your feet.
Don’t ask questions to which you already havethe answer, Ask questions that always allow you to demonstrate your value to the prospective employer
During the interview Tricky Questions• Cash flow is critical with us, but we’re really plagued by slow-paying customers. What has your experience been with this problem?• What can you tell me about yourself?• What have been your three most significant accomplishments in your current position?
During the interview Tricky Questions• why-did-you-leave?• What are you looking for?• If you were sitting in my seat, and I were in yours, what would you ask me?• Tell me about the time you had to fire a good friend.
During the interview one word answer negative answersAvoid transparently glib answers wrong answers answers that criticize your previous employer.
Skills are the intellectual and creative tools you carry with you and offer an employer.
Questions During the interview– Open ended and close ended questions
During the interview• Interview questions – Questions about you. – Work history. – Questions about the new job and the company. – Questions about your experience – Questions about your previous jobs – Questions about the future. – Salary questions
The End- Beware of the non verbal signs including Phrases beginning with “Well, it’s been …” “I want to thank you …” “Is there anything else you’d like me to know about …”- The interviewer rising from his chair- The interviewer eyeing the door- The interviewer looking at his watch
After the interview• Follow Up – Thank the interviewer. – Request a business card. – Send a thank you note – Ask for feedback
Any Questions?Thank you Pakinam Ahmed Mostafa Hussien