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Successful Job Interview

Getting a job interview is always an important step. To put all the chances on your side, we give you some tips to have an interview in the best conditions.

#1 Be punctual

It is essential that you are on time for your interview. To be sure, it is best to arrive 15 minutes before the start of the interview. If you are late (this may happen), notify the company and apologize for the delay by explaining the situation. It will show your seriousness.

#2 Form is as important as substance

Despite your complete CV and a professional path in line with the position sought, the recruiter in front of you is not convinced?

The bottom is one thing but you have to know how to put the shapes in to sell your route. Present yourself with a dynamic voice. Indeed, a voice that is too soft will not be engaging. Stay calm and stand up to the speaker. Professional behavior will necessarily work in your favor.

#3 Adapting to your contact

It is important to listen to the recruiter in order to adapt his or her behaviour. Being active listeners allows you to be agile. For example, a recruiter who speaks quickly will respond dynamically.

#4 Control your stage fright

In case the recruiter destabilizes you with a question, your body is your strength. In this situation, you take the time to breathe and focus on your supports: anchor your feet in the ground for example. This calm and grounded attitude shows a sense of confidence and confidence to the recruiter.

#5 Introduce yourself...

This question is a classic interview. This question is to test your ability to synthesize a speech related to your professional experience and your interview presence. So prepare this question with a concise and selling speech.

#6 Show spontaneity

It is necessary to prepare your job interview. Good preparation makes it possible to be consistent, to easily answer questions from the recruiter and to display a more spontaneous speech.

#7 Denigrate your previous company ? Bad idea

One thing you should never do in conversation is to speak ill of your former leaders and colleagues. This may be the cause of your departure but prefer a professional argument to justify your departure from your former company. Free review will not be to your advantage.

#8 Ending your conversation is just as important

If a recruiter asks you if you have any questions, it is essential to have noted them to show your interest in the position and the company. Indeed, it shows that you are already planning for the company. Finally, before saying goodbye, please thank the recruiter for hosting you.

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