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Interview Skills

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Johannes Choo

on 6 September 2013

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Transcript of Interview Skills

What is an interview?
The opportunity where you can describe your experiences and skills and can get an idea of what is happening with company.
Types of Interviews
Responding to Difficult Questions
Interviewer wants to get to know you
Interviewer wants to know your capabilities
Asking Questions
Further questions about company culture
Job Responsibilities
Not something you can find through a Google search
Following up
After the Interview
Thank-you note
Handwritten letter
Group Interview
Panel Interview

Analysing the Audience
Other things to prepare for the Interview
Casual or Smart Casual or else

Culture and Position
Dress Code
Dress Code

Rehearse Your Answers
Think about Potential Questions

Record it or Find a Mirror

Pay Attention to Body Languages
Company culture
Research on your employer
Know yourself

Rehearse Your Answers
Making an Impression
Listening and Nonverbal Communication

Watch Your Words

Show Appropriate Attitude
Phone Interview
Show Appropriate Attitude
Do not be too familiar

Do not be cocky
Overconfident ×
Too reserved ×

Do not appear desperate
3C - cool, calm, confident

Watch Your Words
Use appropriate language
Professional vocabulary
No slang words

Do Not Talk Too Much
Relevant information

Listening and Nonverbal Communication
Active Listening

Body Languages Can Show Confidence

Interview Skills

Ding Wenjia
Su Han
Johannes Choo

1. What is an interview
2. Analysing the audience
3. Preparing for the interview
4. Making an impression
5. Questions in the interview
6. Following up on the interview
Some Questions
Can you tell a challenging work project you were given in the past and how you completed it.
Why did you leave your last job?
What interests you about this position?
Can you tell me about the last time you were disappointed with your performance in a previous job.
Some Questions
Could you explain your company's organizational structure?
What are the day-to-day responsibilities of this job?
Can I use my own computer for this job?
What software will I be using?
How much guidance or assistance is made available to individuals in developing career goals?
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