bus-7 - TheInterviewProcess positionofinterest 9397 Typ

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The Interview Process An interview is a two-way conversation in which you have the opportunity to  highlight your qualifications in a  relaxed  manner and to learn more about the  position of interest.   The interview starts when your name is called What percentage of behavior is non-verbal? 93-97% Typical interview stages Tell the story Recruiter comes out – calls your name Walk down the hall Don’t rush the small talk – be calm – be engaging – smile Technical  Your questions Close  Projecting Positive Image: “Rule of 12”  The first 12 words you speak should include some form of thanks, if appropriate.  You also should use the other person's name in those 12 words if possible. Most  of us pay attention when we hear our name and enjoy the personal recognition,  regardless of how small.  The first 12 steps you take should be taken with confidence. Regardless of where  it is that you are walking, make sure that you are walking with a purpose. Studies  show that people who walk 10 percent faster than their normal pace are  perceived as getting more done. Liven up your pace!   Projecting Positive Image: “Rule of 12” 
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2011 for the course BUS 320 taught by Professor Jennsen during the Fall '09 term at Indiana.

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bus-7 - TheInterviewProcess positionofinterest 9397 Typ

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