Lecture 10 - Haas School of Haas Business Business ugba-100...

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David Robinson © David Robinson, 2009 faculty.haas.berkeley.edu/robinson/ugba100 Haas School of Business Business ugba -100 Business Communication Lecture 10: Interviewing Basics
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Lecture Outline: Interviewing Be prepared Present yourself well Know whom you are talking to Managing the interview
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Be prepared Job description Know the type of interview before you arrive Firm’s website Firm nights Older “brothers” and other contacts Wet Feet Press and The Vault
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Present Yourself Well Dressing just right Don’t forget: Impeccable grooming, shoes, etc Arrive early and check in Don’t travel like a Bedouin camel driver:
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Know whom you are talking to Who works for whom What is their role in the firm What are their interests and connections (e.g. where did they go to school?) Don’t forget to introduce yourself Fully, slowly and clearly
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Interview Don’t forget to introduce yourself
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