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Interview Blues

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A guide to attending interviews with confidence and getting selected.

A guide to attending interviews with confidence and getting selected.

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  • 1. INTERVIEW BLUES A CRASH COURSE IN INTERVIEWS Information & Initiatives PON. RATHNAVEL www.reavan.cjb.net
  • 2. INTERVIEW & IMPORTANCE There has been more than 10K books and more than 100K websites after 2K dedicated to interviews! OK! We see a large number of people who are experts in their own fields, but are unable to face interviews confidently and successfully. It does not stop with experts. To get a job in today’s world, you need to be smart and true. Even if you are not true, don’t risk not being smart. This presentation will provide you the basics of interviewing with a practical outlook and equip you to face interviews with confidence.
  • 3. INTERVIEW – DEFINED IT IS NOT A BAD THING : A personal interview not only gives your potential employer an opportunity to evaluate you in depth and you a chance to sell yourself, but it also gives you the opportunity to learn much more about the employer and the company. NOT ONE WAY & NO ENTRY : An interview is a two way process used by an organization to evaluate the skills and qualifications of a prospective employee.
  • 4. INTERVIEW – THE TYPES
    • ONE – ON – ONE
    • BOARD
    • ROTATIONAL
    • CAMPUS
    • WALK-IN
  • 5. INTERVIEW – THE SKILLS
    • BEFORE
    • Researching Yourself
    • Researching the Company
    • Researching the Interviewer
    • Practicing the Interview
    • DURING
    • Personal Appearance
    • Personal Conduct
    • Selling Yourself
    • AFTER
    • Following up the Interview
    • Thank you Notes
    • Handling Disappointment
  • 6. INTERVIEW – B FOUR
    • Research about company where you are to go for the interview.
    • Try to know your interviewer before hand.
    • Rehearse for the interview.
    • Identify appropriate dress code.
    • Check your resume for any corrections/updates.
    • Reach the venue at least 15 minutes before the appointed time.
  • 7.
    • Before leaving for the venue of the interview, check that you have
    • Two copies of your updated resume
    • The call letter
    • Reference letters or Testimonials
    • The correct name of the person you are to meet
    • The correct address of the venue of the interview
    • A pen
    • Sufficient Papers
    • Two Recent Passport Photographs
    INTERVIEW – B FOUR
  • 8. INTERVIEW – DU RING
    • Show up on time.
    • Have a warm friendly smile.
    • Greet the interviewer on first sight.
    • Give a firm handshake.
    • Maintain good poise and posture.
    • Sit up straight and even lean in when appropriate.
    • Rest your arms on your legs.
    • Do not shake your legs.
    • Maintain eye contact.
    • Don’t over exaggerate.
    • Don’t rush towards your answers.
    • Ask him a question when he wants one.
    • Don’t forget to thank them on the end.
  • 9. INTERVIEW – AH! F THER
    • Never openly act relieved or dejected after an interview
    • Show that you can handle disappointments
    • Ring to them or Send them a letter of thanks
    • Ask yourself these questions.
    • How could you have done better?
    • What do you think you handled well?
    • What do you think you didn't handle well?
    • Was there anything that surprised you about the interview?
    • Be and Think Positive
  • 10. INTERVIEW – WHAT THEY ASK
    • WARM UP QUESTIONS
    • WORK HISTORY
    • JOB PERFORMANCE
    • CAREER GOALS
    • SELF ASSESSMENT
    • CREATIVITY
    • WORK STANDARDS
    • RANGE OF INTERESTS
    • STRESS
  • 11. INTERVIEW – FAQ TIME IS RUNNING OUT, GET OUT : Let us not harm our eyes watching those questions. A Print Out is available with three of your friends! Get it from them!
  • 12. LAST BUT NOT THE LEAST SUCCESS COMES ONLY TO SERIOUS PEOPLE