2002 CBS Casebook_27 - 5 Answer the question they are...

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Interview Guide Columbia Business School Management Consulting Association Guidebook 2002 Please do not duplicate, copy, print or photocopy 27 Conclusion I do recommend that you get in as much practice as possible. Try and simulate real interviews with people you don’t know, and get them to debrief you at the end of the interview, pointing out what they liked and did not like, as well as making recommendations on how to change. In addition, here are ten things to remember on the morning of your interview: 1. You are being interviewed all the time 2. Prepare answers and a “story” before you go in 3. Know the company, your résumé and yourself 4. Take the time to structure your answers
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Unformatted text preview: 5. Answer the question they are asking and give a “so what” 6. Smile and enjoy yourself 7. Remember that it is a sales pitch 8. They are trying to determine whether you are capable of doing the job and whether they like you 9. Have good questions lined up 10. A firm handshake and good honest look goes a long way Finally, don’t forget that in real life nothing ever goes 100% right. Don’t panic if you make an error, accept it and move on. With that I wish you all the best possible luck! Click to buy NOW! P D F-X C ha ng e V ie w e r .d o cu-tr ac k .c m...
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