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Interviewing Techniques TIM 100
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What’s the purpose of an interview?
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Interviewing is a TWO WAY STREET
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Types of Interviews Telephone Interviews One-On-One Interviews Group Interviews Panel Interviews Video Conference Interviews
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Telephone Interviews Initial screening Make sure you are in a quiet space Don’t take another call or start talking to someone else If they leave a message, call back promptly
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One-On-One Interviews 1+ interviewers On-site Restaurant
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Group Interviews Observe behavior of interviewees in group setting Assess interactions Interpersonal, leadership and teamwork skills
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Panel Interviews Several employee representatives Can be very intimidating
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Video Conference Interviews Parties are not physically in the same location
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Before the Interview… Do your homework! Formulate intelligent questions Utilize your resources Practice, practice, practice Psychological preparation Physical preparation
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Do Your Homework… Research the company/organization Internet, newspaper, library, peers, people in the industry Know the occupation Job responsibilities Know yourself Why are you qualified? Why do you want the job?
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Ten Most Marketable Skills Analytical/Problem Solving Flexibility/Versatility Interpersonal Oral/Written Communication Organization/Planning Time Management Motivation Leadership Self-Starter/Initiative Team Player
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Formulate Questions Demonstrates your interest and enthusiasm Do not ask questions you can easily find out
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Utilize Your Resources Mock interviews!
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