I have a job interview 2moro and want to really Impress! Any ideas?
Hi, I have a job Interview 2moro and I really want to Impress, any ideas how i can really blow them away!! I have got past the first Interview and This is the 2nd part! Its for a trainee recruitment consultant in London
Asked By: kirsty m - 3/18/2007
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The first interview is basically an informational interview---you learn about them and they learn about you. Now the 'real' interview is scheduled. Do some research on the organization, the market and the industry. You will be expected to have done this for 2 reasons... More
Answered By: Ferrix - 3/18/2007
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Show up on time, and prepared with clean copies of your CV and references if they request them. Smile and act confident. Research the company and position on the web site and come prepared with your own list of questions to ask the interviewer(s). (It's ok to have those written down so you don't forget them... More
Answered By: Mel - 3/18/2007
Be very interested in the company. Do not be phoney over eager. Do not talk too much -- listen instead. Be very professional --- anytime you get too excited or nervous, whisper to yourself, "Be a pro! Be a pro!" This means, be professional. More than anything, look the interviewer in the eye and say something like, "I... More
Answered By: joe j - 3/18/2007
Congrats for getting past the 1st one them calling u back is a good sign so just be as confident as you were for the first time. Try and think of questions they didn't ask you the first time and practice them also be prepared to to answer the same questions but perhaps with different interviewers. Do your research on... More
Answered By: GUMMY - 3/18/2007
Smile, show confindence, try your best not to look nervous. Prepare questions to ask, as they always ask if you have any, and most people usually say "no you seem to have covered everything". They like questions... More
Answered By: Jan L - 3/18/2007
Arrive 15 min early, dress professional,be neat in facial appearance. give direct eye contact,sit up straight during interview. And think positive,ask about salary,job description,to be sure ,never take anything for granted.
Answered By: BOBBIE - 3/18/2007
Hi, show up about 7 minutes early, make sure you know as much as possible about the company...how long it has been going, how many staff are employed, and where the company is headed. Do not mention money (not at this stage)..ask lots of questions about promotion prospects......really just act as if you are impressing... More
Answered By: David r - 3/18/2007
ur look is very import it could be 40% of ur chance the other things be relax dont wave with ur hands and dont speaks fast and try to breaf full and slowly befor and never say I DONT KNOW . good luck.
Answered By: annaba55 - 3/18/2007
Everyone has very good points, so I will just add some additional thoughts on top of them... More
Answered By: blurredmemory - 3/18/2007
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