7-19-11 - 7/19/11 Interviewing and Workplace CMN Competency...

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7/19/11 Interviewing and Workplace CMN Competency - An enduring trait that an individual possesses that is considered useful in the accomplishment of a goal or the execution of a process - Workplace competency o An enduring trait that an individual possesses that is considered useful in the accomplishment of a particular job Job Analysis - The 1 st step in preparing for a career/interview is to analyze what the top 3-4 competencies of the job are - Questions to ask yourself: o What makes a person excellent at the particular job of interest? o Which ones of those qualities do you possess? o How do you know you possess those qualities? Backing up your competencies - Rationale o Past behavior is the best predictor of future behavior o What you’ve accomplished or given to others in the past is strong evidence that you will be able to repeat that behavior in the future - Behavioral examples (“success stories”) o A true, real life example of a situation where your behavior evidenced in a workplace competency o Be prepared to give 3 behavioral examples of different essential workplace competencies during an interview Basic factors interviewers evaluate 1. Competence a. Resume b. Eye contact c. Vocal ability d. Dress and appearance e. Behavioral examples 2. Integrity a. Eye contact (again) b. Not exaggerating on resume 3. Likability a. Positive attitude b. Optimisim c. Never downgrading a former employer or co-worker d. Politeness 4. Dynamic
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