Top 6 Interview Success Tips
Before an interview you’ve completed your preparation, you’ve practiced your job interview question answers and you’re looking great. What else can you do, to make sure things run as smoothly as possible? Interview manners are very important. Below Interview Success Tips helps you to interview success.
1. Turn up early (Before Interview Time)
Don’t come more than 15 minutes before (or maybe you have to inconvenience someone or sitting, waiting in reception for a long time), Or not less than 5 minutes or you may appear to be late.
If you want a seat near the interview location or near company premises.
In today’s world speaking the English language is a very good sign to impress the interviewer and it also shows the manners of the candidate. Have to speak politely and speak in short sentences so you and the interviewer also connected on the same page that you are talking about. If you cant recall some words in English then speak in your native language but check that the opposite person also understands it properly. Again on the next question speak in English.
3. Have a firm, but not a vice-like handshake
You will get only one chance to make an impress interviewer and if you know you are looking your best then relaxed.
Also (and this may feel a little shy) On your own it’s hard to evaluate handshakes objectively so practice your handshake with someone who can give you advice.
Handshake is one of the most important manners of a first impression. The silent smile on your face and good eye to eye contact gives you confidence in the interview discussion.
4. Treat everyone with respect
You never know who is the interviewer involved in the interview discussion!
One of my office colleagues, Sophie has the responsibility of welcoming a candidate to the reception of an MNC level company. The candidate, John, was very confident, but less made eye contact and was quite dismissive. As they walked towards the interview room, Sophie didn’t get any response from Jhon, other than to ask when he would meet the concerned person, who was recruiting for the position.
Sophie told John he was delayed and asked him to wait for 5 minutes. John sat on the sofa, pulled out his folder, looked up at Sophie, and said, “I’ll have a coffee then, please.” and turned his attention to his file. Sophie got him the coffee and then took him to the concerned person’s office.
John thanked Sophie and said goodbye, as Sophie took a seat opposite him. “Are you taking notes, then?” he asked her, slightly confused. The concerned person said, “Let me introduce Sophie; our Finance Director.”
John didn’t get the job. Why? Because the recruiting team felt he demonstrated that he would have rude behavior for people who were less senior than his position.
5. Don’t talk about salary, unless they raise the topic
before the interview, You should have to check that the position within your target salary range, So don’t raise the topic of salary, unless in response to the interviewer’s question. See negotiating a salary for more advice.
6. Interest in the job and the company.
This makes an amazing difference to the way the interview will run.
If you’re not really interested, have the decency to turn down the offer of the interview – or you’re likely to be wasting everybody’s time.
If you’re going to cancel, let them know. Don’t be a “no show”. It’s really rude and infuriates everyone; taking a place away from a more suitable candidate.