Tips to succeed in an interview

First impressions count
1. Greet your interviewer with a smile and firm handshake. Give eye contact. Try to make small talk during the walk from the reception area to the interview room. Liz Anderson, a human resources manager says, You have to sell yourself before you can sell anything else and the first 30 seconds are when the interviewer subconsciously makes decisions about whether they like you or not and whether you will fit into the team. .....
Be prepared
2. Reread your CV and the job advert just before the interview. Do your research thoroughly Look at the company web site or obtain literature. You may be asked about the salary you are after so make sure you research that as well. .....
Dont waffle
3. Answer questions properly even if you need a few moments silence to collect your thoughts. Anderson advises, Its better to say you need a minute to think about your answer rather than speak instantly and regret it afterwards. .....
Why should they hire you
4. Most job adverts will list qualities theyre looking for a team worker, a good communicator so its up to you to think of examples of how you can demonstrate these skills. Be ready to talk about your knowledge, experience, abilities and skills. Have at least three strong points about yourself that you can relate to the company and job on offer. .....
Be positive
5. Your interviewer will be thinking about what it would be like to work with you, so the last thing theyll want to hear is you talking about your boss or current colleagues behind their back. Interviewers like to see someone who enjoys a challenge and is enthusiastic. .....
Remember your body language
6. It is not what you say, but how you say it. During the interview, do not fold your arms and lean back or look to the floor! Sit upright and try to maintain good eye contact. Use your hands and lean forward when making a point. Many people cannot think and control their body language at the same time, which is why you need to prepare. .....
Expect the unexpected
7. Your interviewer may try to catch you off guard A survey by OfficeAngels has revealed that 90 per cent of employers ask killer questions in interviews. It is impossible to plan for every difficult question, such as How would your colleagues describe you? but try to appear relaxed and in control. Ask the interviewer to repeat the question if necessary but do not evade it. Hopefully you will not befall the fate of those job candidates at B&Q who were asked to dance to Blame it on the Boogie. .....
Develop rapport
8. Show energy, a sense of humour and smile. Jean Smith, a social anthropologist says Its infectious, being positive and enthusiastic. Ask your interviewer questions about themselves and any issues the business is facing. .....
Clarify anything you are unsure of
9. If you are not certain what are meant by a particular question, ask for clarification. At the end, ask the interviewer if there is anything else he or she needs to know about. Do not be afraid to ask when you are likely to hear if you have been successful or not. .....
Remember your manners
10. It is better to choose than to be chosen. Tell the interviewer why you are interested in the company and job opportunity. Ask them for a business card and follow it up by sending a thankyou email or letter, saying how much you enjoyed meeting them and how interested you are. Take the opportunity to detail the key advantages you bring. .....
Making an impression
11. It is often said that the interviewer makes up their mind within 30 seconds of you walking through the door and then spends the rest of the interview justifying that decision. Behavioural psychologists call it the halo or horns effect. .....
Advice on asking questions
12. Always have some questions ready for the interviewer it looks bad if you have not prepared at least a couple of questions. It is best not to ask detailed questions about terms and conditions until you have been offered the job. Instead, try to ask about things that will show your keenness for the position. .....
Answering difficult interview questions
13. Try to anticipate the less obvious questions you may be asked about your skills and achievements and reinforce your replies by giving tangible examples. If you need a moment to think about your response, do not be afraid to respond with thats a very interesting question, I would like a moment to think about that, or ask the question to be repeated.
Answer questions as directly as possible, dont be tempted to waffle. Techniques, such as the STAR technique can help you with this. The idea is to try and impart as much information as you can about what you have done and how you can contribute, so make sure that you have quantifiable evidence to back up your answers. .....
Plan Your Professional outfit
14. The night before the interview day, it is always good to plan what you are going to wear. It need not be expensive clothing; just something neat, formal and professionallooking is enough. Make sure, however, that you feel comfortable in what you are going to wear and you dont feel like being a soul in somebody elses body. Keep your clothing style as modest as possible and make sure you avoid wearing too may accessories and overdoing it. Neutral color are the best choice for playing safe and a few pieces pearl or silver jewelry, for the women, will do. Model your total look, from your hairstyle to your shoes, the night before, standing in front of a fulllength mirror. And when the big day comes, use a breath freshener just before the interview, because part of the good first impression is also your fresh breath. .....
Make a list
15. Create a checklist with all the necessary things you have to prepare and to bring with you in the interview. Remember to bring an extra resume, just in case the interviewer asks for it even though you have already submitted one. Also, keep a pen and paper handy, because you may need to write something. .....
Make a research
16. Before going to the interview make a research on the company. Check out their website to see information such as how long they have been in the business what is the structure of the company, its nature and everything else you need to know to make you feel comfortable while talking with the interviewer and be able to answer questions, in a professional way, showing you have a familiarity with the company. If the interviewer asks something you dont know about the company, be honest and say you dont know the answer and dont make up stories. .....
Be on Time
17. Arrive ten to fifteen minutes earlier in order to have time to relax and reduce your anxieties and worries. .....
Give a smile to everyone
18. Smile at everyone who greets you while you are on your way to the building and while waiting for the interview to start. Youll never know if one of the persons you will bump into is your interviewer. And after all, being nice can only bring positive outcomes. .....
Be Considerate and Courteous
19. When its your time to be interviewed, be sure your cell phone is turned off or in silent mode. Extend a handshake and wait till you are asked to take a seat before sitting down. .....
Be Confident
20. Feel good about yourself and remember that you are there because your potential employer has seen something in you that would assist the companys interests. So this is a reason to feel confident already. As long as you know what you have written in your resume, and everything reflects the truth, you dont have to feel insecure. Now its your chance to prove to them that they made the right decision to call you for an interview and as a consequence to hire you. Learn to market yourself and remember that your product to promote and sell is you. And what is the best way to market a product? Believing in its value first! So believe in your own value as professional and support it with confidence. .....
Make your long stories short
21. While it is understandable that you need to sell yourself, overdoing it with long conversations that usually get offtopic isnt going to impress your interviewer but on the contrary is going to annoy her or him. Keep your answers short and simple but with valuable content. Be attentive and listen first to what the interviewer has to say before you answer and never interrupt her or him before she or he has finished what was saying. .....
Ask Questions
22. It is almost a common procedure at the end of every interview for the interviewer to ask if you have any questions to ask. Most of the times, this is an awkward situation for the interviewee because she or he doesnt know how to react. See it as an opportunity and ask sensible questions and address concerns that you may have in mind but avoid asking issues you have already discussed about, except if you need further clarifications about a specific issue, and also avoid asking questions that are obvious. Ask questions about the company and also about the job position you have applied for. .....
Follow up
23. Usually, the interviewer informs you about when to expect a notification. If not, dont be afraid to ask when you will be notified, asking also if it is ok to call them to follow up, in case you dont hear from them. This is a good way to avoid limiting yourself with waiting for an answer for that job, while you may want to contact other companies that have called you up or they expect you to give them an answer. If the turnaround time has already lapsed, call up the HR department to ask about your application. .....
Know the basics
24. There are only three main questions an interviewer wants to ask
Can you do the job?
Will you do the job?
Will you fit in?
Structuring your planning around these three areas, will help you to cover the most crucial issues likely to be covered during the interview, and give you the chance to prepare your key statements and responses to market yourself most effectively.
Can you do the job?
Questions in this area are intended to probe your background. It is unlikely you would have been invited for interview if your qualifications and experience on paper did not match the criteria for the job. Most interviewers therefore will spend about 15% of the interview on this area. .....
Always arrive 20 minutes early
25. This will ensure that you are not nervous and will give you plenty of time to prepare. .....
Make up your mind to try and smile
26. Smile through the interview because this is your final examination, you are not going to get the opportunity for a rain check, and therefore, you are going to get that job if your life depended on it. .....
Be sure you are well groomed
27. Men Avoid colouring your hair to make a good impression. There is nothing worse than a man trying to pass off as a younger man.Women You can mostly get away with it it is sometimes even recommended. .....
Talk about your achievements
28. How your involvement saved or made the company money, reduced expenses, solved problems, saved time, trained users, show value to your employer. .....
Exude confidence
29. You are the expert on what you have done. dont be shy about your abilities. .....
Testing
30. Many firms require a psychological test, or a series of such tests, as part of the application procedure. The tests most commonly used are those that indicate intelligence or general aptitude. In addition, some firms use tests that give them information on specific aptitudes, personality traits, and interest patterns.
If you are a recent school graduate, you are probably used to taking tests. But if you have been away from school for some years, you may be apprehensive about the testing process. You may fear that your test scores will not reflect your real ability to do a job. Dont let tests scare you off. None of the commonly used tests require advance preparation; you need not feel concerned over not having crammed the night before. .....
You and the interview
31. Let the employer control the interview. Your answers should be frank and brief but complete, without rambling. Avoid dogmatic statements.Be flexible and willing but give the employer a clear idea of your job preferences.
Stress your qualifications without exaggeration. The employers questions or statements will indicate the type of person wanted. Use these clues in presenting your qualifications. For example, if you are being interviewed for an engineering position and the employer mentions that the job will require some customer contact work, use this clue to emphasize any work, experience, or courses you have had in this kind of skill. .....
Before the interview
32. As the saying goes knowledge is power. Its even more powerful in a panel interview where questions are being fired left, right and centre. Make sure you study the job specifications and your CV and prepare as far as possible for likely questions.

At a minimum, the interviewers will expect you to have knowledge of the job role, the company, its products, services and competitors, how its viewed and issues within the market. Such information can be found online, on the company website, in the media and by speaking to experts such as recruitment consultants and industry bodies. .....

The day of the interview
33. The golden rule of a panel interview is to engage with the whole panel, not just one specific member of the group. When you first get into the room, look at all of the interviewers, try and remember the names of each and address them accordingly. Shake them firmly by the hand if youre standing and then wait to be invited to take a seat. When sitting down, maintain an open, positive and engaged body position. Dont fidget, sit up straight and lean slightly forward in your chair. .....
Practice
34. Practicing what youre going to say and how youre going to say it will help you speak confidently about your skills and accomplishments. Its a good idea not to memorize what you want to say. Instead, figure out which key points you want to focus on.Review the questions youve come up with and the situations youve described in the previous section. Decide which situations would make good responses to the questions. Practice answering the questions using STARS descriptions of your accomplishments.

The interview is also your opportunity to ask questions. List 3 things you want to know about the job or the organization, and practice asking questions about them. Make sure you couldnt be expected to know the answers from your research. Leave questions about salary, vacations or other benefits until after you receive a job offer.Record your answers so you can see and hear how you perform. Its also a good idea to roleplay the interview with a friend. .....

Present
35. How you present yourself in the interview your appearance, attitude and body language is vitally important. Its normal to be anxious but acting as if youre confident, even when you arent, can have a positive effect on both you and the interviewer. .....
Participate
36. The interview is also your chance to show your positive attitude and your communication skills.Turn off your cell phone when you arrive at the interview and leave it off until you leave. Use a pen and paper to make notes, rather than a laptop or other device.Follow the interviewers lead. Even unusual or irrelevant questions get asked for a reason.Listen closely to the questions so you can answer them accurately. If you dont understand a question, politely ask the interviewer to rephrase it. If you dont know the answer, say so.Take a moment to think before you answer a question. Be pleasant, sincere and direct. Stay on topic. .....
First Make the Fit Test
37. Be absolutely clear for yourself that the role and company youd like to apply for really fits with your skills, career track, professional and personal objectives, beliefs and experiences. Conversely check, if you might match with the culture and needs of the company youd like to join. If theres no perceived fit already in this very first step, do not move on and do not waste your nor anyone elses time by wanting to conduct an interview. Only if you know about, and believe in, and feel about such a fit, you can and you will possess and as such radiate a 100% motivation level towards the new role and the new company. And thats what it takes to succeed. Every good interviewer will realize very quickly how passionate you are about her company and how excited you are about the offered position. .....
Research the Target Company
38. To be well prepared is half the victory. Still, Im surprised how many candidates would arrive at interviews, even for senior level positions, and not having studied our values, mission statement, leadership principles, products, etc. Why would they have not reviewed our Internet site, not read our latest press releases, why would they have no idea about what our competitors are doing, what our current and future challenges could look like? Dont get me wrong Its not about being or becoming an expert about the company and role in question. Its more about having acquired a sound knowledge before the interview to be able formulating your own, knowledgebased opinion which youll need to express at the interviews. .....
Know Your interviewer
39. Today its easier than ever to collect information about your interviewers. Spend 4050 minutes on Google, Linkedin, etc. and you should be clear about titles, roles, careers, etc. of all the people wholl interview you. If not, ask the person whos responsible of organizing the interviews and/or with whom youre in contact to provide you some background information about the people youll meet. Addressing interviewers with their names and implicitly or explicitly without exaggerating showing them that you know a little bit about their careers, achievements, etc. is not only polite, but also shows respect and interest. Youd be surprised to hear how negatively it is perceived by many interviewers, if you do not know these things. And, on the contrary, how flattered many of them will be, if you are aware of some facts and successes of their professional lives. Its like in real life! .....
Adjust Your Appearance Style and Tone
40. Imagine youre wearing a shortsleeved shirt, no tie and a casual pair of trousers when meeting for a job interview with one of the countrys top insurance companies? Or, imagine for the fun of it you took out your favourite Brioni business suit for an interview with the founder and CEO of the hottest Internet startup around who is one of those Harvard dropouts and who is absolutely not interested in any status symbols. Beyond these more obvious things like appearance and clothing, you should also pay attention to the vocabulary youre using. You should utilize words and expressions which are comon in the target company, its markets, and its industry. Also when applying e.g. for a position as a trademark lawyer, you might want to come across as serious and thoughtful. Whereas when going for a sales or marketing position, you need to be prepared showing characteristics of vitality, drive, and stamina among others. Finally, be aware of the first impression you convey when meeting for the very first time the interviewers. It counts and it will be remembered consciously and subconsciously for a long time. If you were someone who smiled a lot, if you had a firm handshake, a pleasant and clear voice and if you had looked for eyecontact during the moment of making the acquaintance with the interviewer. Important to remark that the process of creating the first impression often already starts even before the interview; e.g. when you meet the receptionist, an assistant of the interviewer, or someone offering you a drink, etc. The influence of such indirect stakeholders is the stronger, the smaller the company youre applying with. .....
Stay OpenMinded Positive And Always Engaged
41. Regardless of how the interview goes or what you think how it goes as these two are often dissimilar, your composure should display interest, engagement, and friendly openmindedness. Consider the interview as an opportunity to learn and to grow. Regardless of the outcome. Whilst paying attention and asking questions, of course, you are allowed to smile. By the way, please do not forget about your body language. Communication often is not only about what is said, but mostly about how something is expressed verbally and nonverbally. In this respect, you should not think of the interview as a form of onewaycommunication, i.e. only you explaining and answering questions. Dont miss the opportunity to establish a dialogue on a level playing field with the interviewer. If you are curious about something, if you did not understand well a statement, if youd like to receive more explanations on an important topic, then you need to ask your questions. Its what every experienced interviewer would expect from you You only get out of the interview, what you are willing to put into it. .....
Be Yourself And Do Not Pretend
42. You should not try being everyones darling or pretending being someone else just to get the job. Neither in life in general, nor in an interview in peculiar. Sure, as mentioned previously, you would need to adapt and to show that you understood what the company, the role, and the interview is all about. Saying that, never give up easily your core values and convictions. Be ready to enter a good and constructivelyled discussion with different point of views. Important to reckognize, however, to remain tolerant, openminded and to discuss in an empathic and factbased manner. Leaving out emotions, politics, and any extreme thoughts and positions. One final comment Even after having done a thorough analysis of the company and the role youre interested in, it might turn out in the interview that some fundamental aspects are not inline with your expectations or, and that also might happen, the position itself does not seem to fit any longer. Once and after good reflection this should become obvious to you then you should not go for the role nor accept it, if it were offered. Most likely it would be a painful experience and it would not work out. .....
Finish The Interview In Style
43. The last part of a good interview usually starts with the candidate asking some smart final questions. For example questions about the more overall strategy of the company, about what the interviewer considers as being crucial for being successful on the job if not covered beforehand, or if clarification is needed about the role and its specifics. Either way, you should have written down a list of both more generic and more specific questions. Three to four are sufficient If there were still more on your list towards the end of the interview, this might indicate that you were not actively enough asking questions in the interview until this point of time. It is crucial not asking your questions in a manner as being percieved as feeling obligated having to ask them. Instead they should be presented in an engaged way and you should be prepared to followupn on answers which might not be precise enough, or not having the depth you would have expected. You need to take care that all of your relevant questions will be answered during the interview. Thats your right and obligation towards yourself. If not, you might lack important information and you might join the wrong company. At the very end of the interview ask about next steps of the interview process. Personally, I also appreciate candidates who ask for a very first assessment at the end of the interview. Most important, however, and regardless of how the interview went, it is crucial to express your gratitude for the interview and to politely say goodbye. .....
Two More Things Many Candidates Forget About
44. Firstly, nothing wrong with, if you send to the interviewers or at least to the principal interviewer a short mail after the interview and thanking again for the interviews and mentioning that you would be looking forward to receiving their answer. This should be done, however, in a short and nonhyperbolized manner. Secondly, and this is very relevant in case you had not gotten the job, you should contact the company to ask for a personal and detailed feedback of your interview and about your performance. This is very helpful in order to improve for the next interview. In addition, you should reflect on the previous interviews and go through it step by step. Reviewing what went well and not so well. Focus on the improvement areas and write down specific action steps on how to better prepare and execute in the future. .....
Keep talking
45. Try to give more than a 3 word answer to each question. The examiner wants to hear you talk more than the interviewer. The examiner cannot easily give you a score if you only say yes and no. .....
Speak slowly audibly and clearly
46. If you tend to speak fast when youre nervous, try to speak slower. Youll be understood bettter. If you usually have a soft voice, make an effort to speak louder. Its impossible for an examiner to give you a score if s/he cant hear you. .....
Prepare your answers
47. You can never know exactly what you will be asked, but there are numerous questions which consistently come up at interview and by using the internet and doing your research you can have a bank of answers ready for most questions. There will always be questions that surprise you, but if youve thought through your work history, prepared examples and know your CV inside out, then you should be able to answer everything competently. .....
Research the company
48. In almost every interview situation, you will be asked, at some stage, to confirm what you know about the organisation to which you are applying. The detail and complexity of your answer depends on the role you are applying for and the level of seniority, but it is critical that you demonstrate that you have done your homework and understand the company, the market and the competitor landscape. Their website is always a good research tool and if you have time, call the company and ask them to send you any relevant corporate communications. .....
Plan your journey
49. It is astounding how many people turn up late for an interview, because they got lost. Know the address, print out a map and if possible do a trial run so you know exactly how long it will take to get there. Always take the main reception telephone number with you, in case of an emergency, and give yourself plenty of time.
Once the interview itself arrives, make sure you follow the lead of the interviewer. Dont try to use all the examples you have, just keep to the point and ensure your answers are relevant. An interview isnt all about being reactive. Try to get the interviewer to tell you what skills they are looking for early on and make a mental note of any information that they give you. This way you can tailor your answers accordingly and ensure you say what they want to hear. .....
Paperwork
50. Have all the required papers and documents ready and organized well before. Nothing is more offputting than seeing a candidate scrabbling for papers in the interview room. .....
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Take more breaks. In one of my favorite books, Stephen Covey tells a story about a woodcutter whose saw gets more blunt as time passes and he continues cutting down trees. If the woodcutter were to stop sawing, sharpen his saw, and go back to cutting the tree with a s .....
Rules to play Fencing
Equipment. Fencing competitors must wear the necessary proper equipment, including a face mask, a fencing jacket, a pair of fencing pants to protect the legs and a fencing glove that covers the sleeve on the sword arm. Officials will check participants before e .....
Most Amazing Water Slides In The World
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Xmas Tree
Give classic decorations. Traditional decorating styles dont have to be stodgy this classically inspired collection includes old style ornaments with some contemporary twists. Patterned ornaments, draped ribbon, and metallic pinecones are the perfect fit for this tree. .....
The Red Fort
Khas mahal. The Khas Mahal was the emperors apartment. Connected to it is the Muthamman Burj, an octagonal tower where he appeared before the people waiting on the riverbank.During Mughal times, Khas Mahal was served as the private residence of the Mughal empero .....
Healthy and Delicious Summer Snacks
Cheese sticks. This is a quick and easy summer snack that you can eat at home.Cheese sticksare packed with bone building calcium and protein. Cheese is also high in vitamin B that helps your body absorb and distribute calcium to build and maintain healthy bones. If .....
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Salaries of WWE Superstars
The Undertaker Dollar 2 Point 25 million. The elder statesman the conscience the backbone of the company. The Undertaker has reinvented himself through several eras remaining connected with the fans and providing some classic matches. His WrestleMania streak built so quietly at first and gre .....
Most Popular New Years Resolutions
Go back to school. No matter how old you are, heading back to the classroom can help revamp your career, introduce you to new friends, and even boost your brainpower.A 2007 study found that middle age adults who had gone back to school (including night school) sometime .....
Ways to Overcome Anger
Laughter. We cannot laugh and be upset at the same time. When we make the physical movement required to laugh or smile, we instantly feel light-hearted and joyful. Try it now: give me that beautiful smile of yours. I want a genuine and large smile now! J How d .....
What to Eat in Andhra Pradesh
Guthi Vankaya. This is a must have in any function! Only a genius could have come up with such an idea cut the round brinjals to stuff, and cook them in lip smacking gravy! Poetry has been written about Brinjal in Telugu and that illustrates the importance brinja .....
Benefits of Bamboo Shoots
Bamboo juice. Health benefits of bamboo include treating wounds and ulcers due to its antibacterial properties. Bamboo juice is particularly helpful for ulcers. If you are looking for a healthy and low calorie option then bamboo shoots are definitely your answer! .....
Rules to play Arm Wrestling
The press. The Press is a pure power move in arm wrestling and will only work if youre as strong or stronger than your opponent. The key to the Press is to get your opponents palm to face up toward the ceiling with your own hand on top of his. Once your opponen .....
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