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When was the last time that you had a job interview? If it has been a while, you may want to consider doing a few practice runs. These practice runs are commonly referred to as mock interviews.
Congratulations! You have been invited to a job interview. How do you prepare yourself for that interview so that you have a better chance of being selected as an employee?
Here are the frequently asked questions during interviews and suggested answers.
Drawn from ym Manaing Your Career blog, I share random tips on how to interview more effectively.
Sales Executives are notorious for being out of touch about their interviewing skills (present company included!). It is a perishable skill and one that, regardless of how exceptional a sales professional you are, you should never assume is sharp, honed and ready for battle. Just like pitching a solution to a new prospect, you need to plan and rehearse. In this blog we are going to share pitfalls and successes alike that we see daily.
Job interviews are a tactful session of exploring your skills, interests and overall personality as an employee. Your appearance, skills, interests and dedication is judged through a talk session and it is a definite combination of an impression that you pose to the interviewer/employer. You can impress in a positive or a negative way.
Handling interviews can be an intimidating affair. However, interviews can be easily dealt with, if one can avoid some of the common mistakes made by most interviewees.
If you are one of those who think that interviews are daunting affairs, then it's probably because you made some blunders and lost out on that dream job of yours. However, interviews are not that difficult. A little "thinking outside the box" can help a great deal.