informative speech outline

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Communication 1201 Sabrina Freeny Sooro kim Purpose How to prepare success-full job interview. Introduction When going to an interview, it is important to have the right state of mind and to focus on what is important. The thing that is the most important when attending an interview is not how you answer questions. It is the impression that you leave behind. That being said, answering questions "correctly" will of course impact on that impression. The word "correctly" was put in quotes because there are no perfect answers to questions, although there are wrong answers. Put things in perspective. By the time you are called for an interview, the employer will already have gone through your resume and cover letter. He or she knows the basics about you: your background, your work experience, your general interests, why you want to join the organization, etc. Whatever the employer knows up to that point, however, is only one- sided. The employer only knows what you have decided to reveal. Based on the information that you have provided, however, he or she decided that you were "worthy" of a meeting. This is the employer's way to show an open mind. "Here's your chance" he or she is saying. "Show me what
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2010 for the course BUSSINESS 221242 taught by Professor Michaeldouglas during the Spring '10 term at Georgia Perimeter.

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