How to prepare for a very important Job Interview?

What is the best way to prepare for a job interview where you will meet with several people at the same time asking you a set of questions already prepared? I do not know the questions I just know how it is set up. I have all of the qualifications so how can I stand out and show them I am the one for the job. I really want this job and I do not want to be nervous!!

Asked By: Mrs S - 5/29/2007
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I recently had an interview with Canon (yes, the camera company) and I met with several different people... mainly the HR and managing director, and the head of department... More
Answered By: Nata - 5/29/2007
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prepare by finding out something more about the company and always smile polite, answer shortly, don't hold speeches, and give some small compliment (ex. very nice office)
Answered By: elisaveta - 5/29/2007
First of all - show them your personality - let them see the real you. Keep really good posture. Make sure that you know the qualifications of this job and be prepared to ask a question or two yourself, and not about money. Dress appropriately, make sure you have a pen on you, and any ID that might be needed. Drivers... More
Answered By: MommaSchmitt - 5/29/2007
Try to get into your comfort zone. Make eye contact and smile, not too much, however, just enough to be natural.
Answered By: macarthur1977 - 5/29/2007
I think preparation in answering questions.. have a friend "quiz" you or look into a mirror and answer your own made up questions. Don't fidget during the interview. One possible question would be "why do you want to work for us?" Also knowing the background of the company ie website (if avail.) or information out... More
Answered By: De - 5/29/2007
Do your homework.. What are they looking for?? innovative, creativity, knowledge??? is there anyway to find out their past hiring patterns?? if you know the kind of people they are looking for you can answer questions that way.. alot of employers are hiring based on "behavior questions" ie how do you handle... More
Answered By: SwHw - 5/29/2007
When it comes to interviewing, Career Coach expert Jocelyn Greenky Hertz says... More
Answered By: mary k - 5/29/2007
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