Understand job interview tips for good impression
Any candidates with a dream of getting good job should consider even the power of good impression during interview.
You have successfully made your cover letters, resumes, and job applications and now you are receiving invitations for interviews, it’s time to understand how to succeed in the job interview so that you are closer to your goal of obtaining one or more job offers in your belt.
Note – General Tips for good impression:
Do not smoke, chew gum, or eat garlic beforehand you appear in any job interview.
Groomed candidates are eye catchy to everyone. So take a time to be prepared.
Depending on the industry and position, get out your best interview clothes and check them over for spots and wrinkles.
Never arrive late to an interview. Reach to the venue 10 to 15 minutes before the interview.
Be polite and offer warm greetings to everyone you meet from parking attendant or receptionist to the hiring manager or interviewer.
Be Authentic, Upbeat, Focused, Confident, Candid, and Concise.
Take copies of your CV with you.
Greet the interviewer by their first name. with MR. Miss. Mrs.
Be a good listener as well as a good talker. Smile!
Always conduct yourself as if you are determined to get the job.
Always conduct yourself professionally and if something beyond your control occurs, show a sense of humor.
Body language is the most important traits in an interview. Be enthusiastic and show it in your replies and body language. Remember that your body language says much about you.
Be confident. Don’t show your nervousness in front of the interviewer.
Avoid all cost complaining about your current or former employer in your job interview.
Always answer questions truthfully, frankly and as concisely as possible.
Do not answer questions any unrelated to your job roles.
Listen carefully to the Interviewer. Be a good listener.
Do not raise salary discussions on your first interview
Try to relate your answers to the interviewer and his or her company. Focus on achievements relevant to the position.
When discussing your career accomplishments match them to what the company is looking for.