If you want some great job interview tips, take a look at the ideas presented below. The list provides some of the most basic tenets of interview etiquette, but this first tip is one that might just set you apart from your competition.
The First Tip
Studies have shown that sales people who use their prospects' names generate a 239% increase in sales over those who do not do so.
The simple act of using a person's name can have a huge impact on your success in landing a job! Why? People love to hear their own names.
During your next job interview, focus on remembering the names of the interviewers. Find a reason to say their name at least three times during the interview. When concluding the job interview, thank them by name at the end of the interview to make a lasting impression.
But don't stop there. Make it a point to remember and use the names of the other people you meet -- the receptionist, the HR person, anyone you speak to during your visit. They'll remember YOU and maybe nudge the boss in your direction when it's time to make the hiring decision!
Now, just for fun, here are a few interview tips that might give you a bit of a chuckle. Hey, you have to relieve the job search stress somehow, right?
Title: How to Interview
Description: Tongue-in-cheek job interview tips from Kris Straub.
Running time: 3:52
Ok, back to the serious business of job interviewing...
During the interview:
Follow these job interview tips and you'll be well on your way to a job offer. Best wishes.
For even more information about job interview questions and how to answer them, consider the "Job Interview Success System."
One of the 5 key components of this system is a 31-page report entitled "How to Give Job-Winning Answers to Interview Questions." In addition to giving more tips and strategies on general answering techniques, it lists 45 of the easiest, toughest, silliest and most common job interview questions as well as how to respond to them.