Strategies for a Successful Interview
- ARRIVE ON TIME
As part of the recruitment process, it is important to ensure that you understand the critical factors of the process and how they fit your capabilities and interests. Knowing the location of the interview in advance will increase your self-assurance and reduces the chance of arriving late.
- PROPER GROOMING
Your look says heaps regarding you. To create the best initial impression at your interview, be clean, well-groomed, and nicely dressed. Sensible and professional dressing can produce an excellent impression and offer your authority a true boost.
Try a mock interview. Prepare for your interview by reviewing sample interview questions you could expect an employer to ask you such as:
- What will be your contribution to this company?
- What are your strengths and weaknesses?
- Explain a challenging task you once received and how did you execute it?
- NAIL YOUR INTERVIEW
Be active and enthusiastic. SMILE. Offer a company handshake. Body posture and language should be maintained throughout the interview. Be positive in your answers. It is also advisable to ask your queries to the interviewer, but professionally.
- POST INTERVIEW
Send an email to the inquirer and to anyone you spoke with during your interview. Re-emphasize your skills, talents, and abilities, and embody facts you forgot to feature during the interview or in your CV. This may facilitate getting you the job.
All the best!