Practice Good Non-Verbal Communication:
The initial phase of an interview is all about demonstrating your confidence, standing in a straight posture, making good and healthy eye contact with interviewer and connecting yourself with him/her with a firm handshake. Every job seeker should learn how to impress people using these non verbal attributes because these impressions can prove to be a great beginning of any interview process and a sound knowledge of it can increase the probability of getting selected.
Dress for the Job or Company:
The present casual dress codes don’t permit us to dress as the interviewees, but it’s very important to know what to wear and how to be well groomed while going for an interview. It doesn’t make any difference that whether you wear suit or something less formal. But, it solely depends on the company culture and the position you are seeking for. It will be a better move from the interviewee’s end that he/she may call if possible to the concerned organisation to find out the pre- recruitment or interview process dress code.
From the very initial part of an interview, the interviewer will be giving you information about their organisation; either directly or indirectly. If you are not listening to it, then you are going to miss a major opportunity. Every individual should know good communication skill which includes listening and letting the person know that you heard what was said to you. In this situation, observe your interviewer very keenly and match the style and pace with him/her.
Don’t Talk Too Much:
Giving more information to the interviewer could be a fatal mistake. In case you haven’t prepared ahead of time, you may stammer when answering interview questions. Sometimes, it may take you right out of the job. Thus, it’s better to be prepared for the interview by reading the job posting matching your skills with its requirements. This helps you to connect better with the interviewer’s questions.
Don’t Appear Desperate:
While an interview, if a person uses the “please – please hire me” approach, it shows that the interviewee is more desperate and less confident. It is better to reflect the three C(s) from the interviewee’s end, which is being ‘Cool’, ‘Calm’ & ‘Confident’.
Thus, we can conclude this discussion by stating that an interview is a very delicate and serious matter to be handled with intense care and sensibility. In the above 5 tips to crack a job interview successfully , we have tried to discuss some of the points which can make each and every interviewee capable of cracking any form of interview along with ease and confidence.
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