I have a job interview and I am really nervous. How do I prepare?
This is for when people call the toll-free number to get service (cable or hight speed internet) hooked up and they get a representative at Cox Communications. I have 5 years telephone banking experience where people called toll-free number to get account bal. checks cleared etc. and/or if they needed a bank rep. they got me. I was very good at this job and the last two years in this position I cross sold bank products and was VERY successful at this. I was top seller in small business department 8 out of last 12 months (I took blend of consumer and small business callers). I remember saying I finally found something I was good at and that was SELLING. I really want this job with Cox Communications. Can you help me with this interview?
Asked By: icu812 - 8/10/2006
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Don't see where you need to be nervous, you are definitely qualified. Be yourself. You'll do fine.
Answered By: voandginger - 8/10/2006
just relax..............be honest.................say the truth......and be straight forward while replying any question
Answered By: Gaurab N - 8/10/2006
It sounds like you are well qualified - you have dealt with people in the past extensively - so what are you worried about? Remember you have the experience.....answer questions thoroughly and honestly, taking time to think about your answers - be yourself - your experience will speak for itself. Good luck!
Answered By: JVern - 8/10/2006
just smile and look into the interviewer's eyes when talking.My teacher once told me to start off by saying everything about yourself straight away,to keep the interviewer interested and lean forward in your chair to show that you are interested. and remember,SMILE!:)
Answered By: soulstryker - 8/10/2006
if you think you're prepared and right for the job then I think you know what to say. Double check records. You may have forgotten things that happened that you dis/liked. Be prepared for questions like: What kind of worker do you consider yourself to be? You don't want to answer "a good one". Answer individually. Be... More
Answered By: chic - 8/10/2006
The most imprtant thing in an inteview is to be very confident... More
Answered By: jtgmontreal - 8/10/2006
Relax... Think positive.. relate with your inner peace!! You can do it! if u get nervous just remember someone is here hoping you will get the job im here.. caring!! Good luck!! im sure ull get it!!!
Answered By: Patty - 8/10/2006
Know a little about them...and have questions ready for them, not about vacation policies or dress code, but about what they do... More
Answered By: Fisha - 8/10/2006
Arrive early, dress appropriately, make eye contact and relax.
Answered By: Doria - 8/10/2006
try to think of questions they might ask and have answers prepared for them and once asked a question wait a couple of seconds before responding, like your thinking of the answer right there. Always take the opportunity to give positive examples of how you handled situations in the past if the question warrants it... More
Answered By: blasted - 8/10/2006
Sounds like you've got both the experience and talent for the position... and being a good salesperson truly is a "talent". Make your entrance with a smile on your face, turn on your best phone voice and be confident about your skills. Reign in any nervous habits like fluttering hands and twitching feet and maintain... More
Answered By: nimbleminx - 8/10/2006
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