Interview Tips

Interview Tips (162)

Jul, 2015

How to Handle Interview Curve Balls Like a Pro

How to Handle Interview Curve Balls Like a ProAn interview is a conversation and an exchange of information, so it’s important to learn all you can about the company, and thoroughly contemplate and practice illustrating what you can offer the company before you enter the room. The more prepared you are, the easier it can be to manage your anxiety level.

Jul, 2015

5 Embarrassing Errors to Avoid During Your Job Interview

Embarrassing Errors to Avoid During Your Job Interview Always be mindful of your actions during an interview to avoid risking your chances of getting the job.

Jul, 2015

Top 4 Powerful Salary Negotiation Tactics

Powerful Salary Negotiation TacticsAre you looking for the best approach to take when asking for a salary increase? Learn how to negotiate when it comes to your salary by discussing what you contribute and the problems you solve. Focusing on your experience and what you have to offer can work to your advantage whether you’ve just been brought on board or you’ve reached a specific point in your career path.

Jul, 2015

How to Sell Yourself in a Job Interview

Sell Yourself in a Job Interview Not knowing how to sell oneself is one of the most common complaints every job seeker has when looking for a job. However, you can still change the interview game quickly as long as you know the right tips and tricks.

Jul, 2015

10 Ways to a Winning Job Interview

Ways to a Winning Job Interview Have you finally been called in for an interview after sending in countless resumes? Nows not the time to diminish your chances, especially if youve been unemployed for an extended period. Know the basic dos and donts to help you get the job.

Jun, 2015

How to Handle a Restaurant Interview Like a Pro

How to Handle a Restaurant Interview Like a Pro Once you have demonstrated how capable you are of doing the job, you can expect the company to call you in for an interview. If you are invited to talk business over a meal, this means you are under strong consideration. Find out what to do and what not to do to ace the interview.

Jun, 2015

Defining Your Power and Presence

Defining Your Power and PresenceScenario 1:You’re getting ready to walk through the doors of your next interview. You’re nervous and biting your nails, your palms are sweaty, and you’re worried about how this interview will go. You really want this job…

Scenario 2: You’re excited, eager and confident in your skin. You know that you have what it takes to do this job successfully. This is your time to interview the interviewer,  to see if this company has what you need to accept an offer from them.

As you imagine these two different scenarios, what comes to mind?

How does your body feel as you think about the 2 different scenarios?

Jun, 2015

Job Interview Success: How to Master Your Mannerisms

How to Master Your Mannerisms Your body language can have more of a positive impact on your success than what you have to say. Because of this, it is important to be careful about what signals you may be giving off, as they can imply what kind of employee you would be in the future.

Jun, 2015

How to Beat Interview Nerves Like a Pro

How to Beat Interview Nerves Like a ProFeeling nervous before an interview is normal. Most people feel stress and anxiety just thinking about their interviews.

May, 2015

How to Succeed in a Second Job Interview

How to Succeed in a Second Job InterviewMade the first job interview cut? Congratulations! However, it’s not time to celebrate just yet. Remember that you’re still competing with other applicants that are just as qualified.