How? Through threat of reference check questions. That's an interesting story. Did you play key role in organizing events in college? One of your replies, Um, no… It’s like.., you know you know…, shift your eyes, and hesitate in your seat. So keep it honest. The questions in this step will usually be probing questions which drill deep. If you have not sold the interviewer by the end of this step, you will have great difficulty. Closing The interviewer will set the hook for the next step. If you have succeeded to this point, the interviewer asking you about the company and the next steps in the hiring process. If you have failed to this point, the conversation will centre on the football team, the weather, or any other neutral subject. If your interview was successful, there will usually be an indication of future steps. You may be given further information on the organisation. Understand what the next step will be. "We will be reviewing all of the candidates and getting back to you" is not necessarily a shut-out, although it is the typical response when there is no interest. Understanding the basic steps of the interview is the starting point. You need to be fully prepared for different personality styles, different
interview styles, and different questions. You need to master your ability to present the very best you. B.The introduction: Well, for the Hiring Manager it’s an easy and open-ended way to start the conversation. In fact, this question is an opportunity — an opening for you to set the tone of the job interview and emphasize the points that you most want this potential employer to know about you. This is also a good opportunity to share some information about your proudest achievements and goals. His ultimate goal for this interview is to find out enough about you to decide if you’re a good fit for the job opening that he is being paid to fill. In most cases, he wants to like you. His life will be easier if he can find a great candidate quickly. However, he is also on guard because a bad hiring a will reflect poorly on his judgment. He is hoping that this question will get you talking. C.What they expect from a candidate? i. Communication 98% of employers say effective communication skills are essential for their job interview. In meeting face to face, you will be asked open-ended questions in order to gain a greater understanding of how you will communicate with others on the job. They will begin with a broad ice-breaker question such as: Tell me about yourself or tell me why you feel you are a good candidate for this job. As you communicate they look for important communication qualities such as eye contact and an open body posture that includes unfolded arms and legs and a forward leading position.
You've reached the end of your free preview.
Want to read all 12 pages?
- Fall '16
- ANJI REDDY
- Nonverbal Communication, Interpersonal relationship, Speed reading, Slow Reading