“The world has the habit of making room for the man whose words and actions show that he knows where he is going? - Napoleon Hill
Introduction An interview can be called a process, where the one, facing the interview, is asked to sit in an examination, where he probably knows the topics but does not know the syllabus.
Success in Interview Knowledge Communication Skills Appearance Body Language Listen carefully Be Honest Show Leadership Qualities
Skills & Qualities Organisational Skills : Being well organized and methodical Analytical Skills: The ability to analyse ideas, a problem or situation Decision Making Skills: Ability to make difficult decision and quick decisions
Skills & Qualities Social Skills: Relationship with superiors, colleagues and subordinates should be maintained properly Communication Skills: Effectiveness in communicating clearly and confidently through speech and writing is assessed.
Ten Important Qualities Character Intellectual Ability Communication Skills Personal Traits Organising Ability Health & Physical Stamina Hobbies & Interest Psychological Factors Social Qualities Dynamic Qualities / Personal Magnetism
Ten Most Frequently asked Questions How would you describe yourself? What do you think you could bring to this job? What do you regard as the main achievement in your life? What are your interests and hobbies? How are you handle the pressure of deadlines? What are your goals and long term plans? How will your existing knowledge and skills help you in this job? Where do you see yourself in five years’ time?
Ten Most Frequently asked Questions 9. Do you like working as part of a team or do you perfer working on projects alone? 10. How do you think your best friend would describe you?
Things you must not do Don’t be overly familiar, even if interviewer is. Don’t wear heavy perfume or cologne. Don’t answer vague questions Don’t interrupt the employer. Don’t express bitterness Don’t be disrespectful Don’t ramble Don’t lie