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PET Interview session

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Christopher Riley

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Transcript of PET Interview session

Interviews
Dun-Dun-Dunnnnnnn!
So, why are they done?
Because employers want to see you squirm!
No, but really...
See
Hear
Appearance
Authenticity
Personality
Communication
Understanding
Different Types?
Group
Panel
One-to-one
Informal
Telephone
Questions
Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!
Yours
Theirs
Do
Don't
Be clear
Keep all involved
Use examples
Be yourself
Waffling and repetition
Negatives
Interrupting
Fabrication
Unsure?
Don't be afraid to ask them to repeat or rephrase a question
Why ask?
Your own information
Shows interest
Avoid
Questions about pay, sick leave, holidays etc.
In the Room
Don't move, they can't see you if you don't move
Preparation
Knowledge is power
Research
Leaflets, websites, company publications. What is important to them?
You
Take your CV
Good night's sleep and a light brekfast (science!)
Try to not smoke
Image
Dark colours
Dress appropriately
Contrast, don't clash
Not too much aftershave
You are not Mr. T
Prepare for Questions
Let me help you with that
Body Language
Relax
Smile
Open and Friendly
Take a deep breath
Sit upright, but relaxed
Keep calm
Be polite
Keep it natural
Shake hands
Semi-formal greeting
React appropriately
Look alert and interested
Eye contact, not a staring contest
Interaction
Polite
Professional
Be polite to
everyone
Only accept a drink if you'll drink it
Thank them at the end
Convey enthusiasm
Avoid slang
Confidence, not arrogance
Stay positive
That's all well and good, but how do I go about...
Getting There
How many roads must a man walk down...
Planning
Travelling
Find out when and where
Plan your journey
Run the route
Allow time
Late? Let them know
Be prepared!
So, you survived the day. What now?
Post Interview
And so I face the final curtain...
Contact
Keep yourself available
Stay professional
What next?
Learn
Ask for feedback
Review yourself
Stay positive!
© Tameside College May 2011 Created by C. Riley
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