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Unformatted text preview: Objectives Behavioral Interview Tips Typical Behavioral Interview Component Time Introduction/Greeting 2 minutes Employer questioning 15-20 minutes Applicant prepared questions 5 minutes Closing 3 minutes 7 tips for Successful Interview First Impressions Count Read the Interviewer’s Style Understand the Real Question Preparation Pays Off Delivery is Important Research and prepare Close to Win Interview Tip 1 First Impressions Count Smile Dress for success Make small talk Interview Tip 2 Read the Interviewer’s Style Let them lead Watch their body language Make eye contact Enthusiastic, but not “bouncing off the walls” Interview Tip 3 Understand the Real Question Listen carefully and clarify Determine what skill they are looking for and demonstrate your ability to perform the skill. Example: Tell me about a new approach you wanted your team to take. How did you approach it? What skill/competency is the recruiter asking about? Answer: Leadership So what makes a good leader? Someone who: Recognizes an opportunity Energizes and engages others...
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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.
- Fall '09