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clau 06-18-2009 01:20 PM

How to present yourself during an interview
 
Try to avoid nervous habits during the interview

IE
1. constantly licking your lips
2. moving around in your seat
3. saying umms... and ahhhs?
4. constantly averting your eyes from the interviewer

Your Goal during the interview
Exude confidence, you have the skills and experience to excell in this job.
Remember it is a two-way interview. You have to decide whether this position and company is the right fit for yourself and is align with your professional goals.

For full disclosure, I do work at a recruiting firm in Vancouver, BC but am not a recruiter..sorry. I do hope this advice helps!

Caroline

johny 06-22-2009 09:21 PM

I think its important to
a. look at the employer - be attentive
b. listen carefully

These can make them feel your sincerity

georgebuffet 07-11-2009 08:14 AM

Re: How to present yourself during an interview
 
Hi,

Very useful tips.

In interview we should be careful in very minute expressions, because the interviewer will check every thing.

maria555 11-06-2009 06:10 AM

Advice
 
It's great tips on avoiding nervous habits during the interview.We all get nervous and uncomfortable during interviews so it's really a great information.:)

khulet22 11-06-2009 12:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tsveta (Post 2359)
Top 5 tips how to influence your future employer:
Your body language always has an effect on the other person. The secret of success is to concentrate on some simple combinations. If you want to appear confident adopt the following combinations:

1. Donít blink your eyes frequently.
2. Keep your hands away from your face.
3. Donít lick your lips.
4. Look into the other personís eyes.
5. Donít clear your throat frequently.

Yeah this is true. Interesting and helpful for me. Thanks!


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