BEHAVIOR DURING JOB INTERVIEW
The purpose of an interview is to sell yourself, here are two aspects to keep in mind during the interview:
1. Verbal communication :
Speak in a clear voice and correct tone. Answers and questions with confidence and positive show yourself, but never arrogant. Do not ask questions that are not relevant, only for them.
Boost your professionalism, and your ability to communicate clearly speaking and avoid using informal language you use with your friends. Do not use words like “macho”, “colleague”, “uncle”, etc during the job interview.
Speak normally, do not try to impress with big words, because that can play you a trick, used only technical language depending on the question.
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In the job interview, they want to verify the requirements requested in the job, so you should try to communicate the same information you used for your letter and your CV.
Familiarize yourself with the language of communication of the company, visit their premises, identify their corporate colors, its corporate culture, read any communication that the company has issued, will give you keys and communicate to others, that’s what I expect from you, so you already have a point gained when project yourself in the interview.
The most qualified person for a job, is someone who has already done that work, however many issues or cases faced in college are equated with which could have in the workplace, so we should take advantage of responses to raise situations we have made which serve as an example to tell the interviewer that you have “experience” in these fields.
Try to use verbs such as those used for your CV for your exhibitions in the job interview.
During the interview you must respond safely, do not feel that, because no experience lower you are, so never use words that may undervalue your work, as I “only” have done …, “I lack. . “” pity … “.
In business and in job interviews are a number of words, used consequently have a special force, as “challenging, experience, future, trust, commitment, goals, effectiveness, project assurance and accountability,” but use them skillfully without exaggeration.
Responding you should be concise and go to the essentials, not dilute the importance of a reply in a cloud of bla, bla, bla …
To the question: What salary are you aiming? You can investigate with friends, magazines or specialized companies, what is the range used for a position like you are interested in, so you will not ask too much, so you discard for money or very little you feel cheated.
Do not lie in a job interview.
You can turn a negative into a positive, but never lie nor you, nor your work. If interviewer finds out that you are lying they would disqualify you from the selection process.
2. Nonverbal Communication :
Even if you feel nervous, you must project an image of safety and positive attitude. You must always be aware of the tone of your voice, your posture, and enthusiasm. Use your hands to reinforce important points, but not gesticulate too much with them.
Do not eat, drink, smoke or chew gum during the interview.
Gives a first positive and professional impression, giving a firm handshake, a kiss or two, depending on what the interviewer first.
Always sit right.
Always look in the eyes of your interviewer.
When talk smiles naturally, this will make you feel more confident, relaxed and can generate sympathy to the interviewer.
During the conversation, and in moments you see fit, emphasizes your qualities and strengths so as to reinforce the idea that you’re the right person for the job.
Do not talk too much during the interview, nor interrupt the interviewer when this is talking.
Listen carefully to all the questions that make you, so you can respond correctly to them. If you did not understand any questions do not be afraid to ask the interviewer that you repeat.
When the interview end, thanks and say goodbye to each interviewer by name.