Skills for the job interview
Do you have the skills for the job interview? Do you know what they are? Well you are definitely in the right place to find out. First things first though. Lets agree that skills are indeed what it is all about. Not luck, or whether you are one of those people who just happens to be good at interviewing. Those people don’t exist, only people who may have developed their skills for the job interview more than you have so far.
is based on skill. These will be some of the most important skills in shaping the direction of your career and the effort you put in to learning how to apply them will serve you for the rest of your life.
Once we are agreed that interviewing is a skill, skills for the job interview become the determining factor in your ability to turn job interviews into job offers. So what is it all about?
I like to keep things simple. Fundamentally interview success is about two things:
1)Knowing what your prospective employer wants
2)Knowing how to give it to them
Whatever else you think, hear or read it will always relate to those two challenges and your ability to execute on each of them
Identifying what employers want
Find out what employers are really looking for from you through exploring
the core questions
of the interview.
How to use the
to pinpoint exactly what you need to show them
How The right
job interview information
will help you, and how to find it.
The importance of
Knowing how to give it to them
is the cornerstone of interview success.
how it works and why it matters.
The role of
the first impression
in determining the outcome.
The importance of
in yourself and transmitting that to the employer.
How to interview - what you really need to do.
If you are looking for another site i can recommend to learn how to interview, check out
How not to interview- avoiding
job interview mistakes.
how to answer interview questions
Sample interview questions
to practice on.
Ok, now you have seen the path its time to start moving along it. Pick an area that seems most relevant to you right now and click the link. If you’re stuck, let me suggest starting at the beginning and look at the core questions. This understanding alone will separate you from most of your peers, and put you on the way to developing the skills that you need.
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