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Before you go on an Interview
Have a professionally written resume, cover letter and thank you letter available during the interview. Interviewers will seldom deviate from your resume so take some time and be extremely familiar with it. Keep at least 3 printed copies of your most recent resume on hand to pass out. This is especially handy during panel interviews and brief networking encounters. Always use cover letters and thank you letters as they create separation from your competitors.
Do Your Homework
Research the company and the positions before the interview, and if possible, before you even apply. This will help you decide if the company, department, culture and or positions are a good fit for you.
A smile can be heard through the phone and nothing excites an interviewer more than the potential hire of a team member who helps the day go by quickly. Even if you are not excited, smile and your excitement will quickly follow.
Take your time to complete the application properly
Take a moment to read over the job description and follow the instructions carefully. During the first stage of the screening process, managers discard applicants who have not followed instructions and have incomplete applications.
· Hiring Managers hire individuals that fit the corporate culture.
· Hiring Managers hire people who are perceptually not a threat.
· There is a fine line between “Confidence” and “Conceit”.
· Relax and be enthusiastic.