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Published on March 10, 2014

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Ace the Interview Maximizing your Potentials to Getting the Job You Want a primer for Fresh Graduates: Ace the Interview Maximizing your Potentials to Getting the Job You Want a primer for Fresh Graduates Ace the Interview Maximizing your Potentials to Getting the Job You Want : Ace the Interview Maximizing your Potentials to Getting the Job You Want Part 1: PREPARING PowerPoint Presentation: Knowing the Interviewer Preparing yourself Answering Questions The Three Cardinal Rules in an Interview Anatomy of an Interview Questions they ask Everybody Overcoming Nerves Agenda PowerPoint Presentation: Know your enemy Before you prepare for the interview, it’s useful to understand how most organizations decide what they are looking for in a candidate What do they want? Someone who can do the job. Experience Knowledge Skills Someone who will do the job. Personal characteristics Enthusiasm Commitment PowerPoint Presentation: Check if you have the relevant skills and experience stated in your resume; Clarify any puzzling, missing or less than favorable features; Complete the picture of you presented in the resume The Purpose of the Interview PowerPoint Presentation: Essential skills (qualifications, abilities and achievements) Desirable skills (qualifications, abilities and achievements ) Industry Knowledge Career Development Consistency and stability of employment within the industry General employment stability An Interviewer Looks For… PowerPoint Presentation: The Anatomy of an Interview STAGE 1: The Welcome STAGE 2: The Questions STAGE 3: Over to You STAGE 4: The Finish PowerPoint Presentation: Two Kinds of Interview Questions PowerPoint Presentation: What you should prepare for? PowerPoint Presentation: What you should prepare for? Reread the advertisement and the job description Find examples that will highlight your skills and qualities Make notes that show how, when and where you’ve experienced them and what were the results Draft anecdotes that will show how you can bring BENEFITS for the company PRACTICE! PowerPoint Presentation: What you should prepare for? Look at your resume or application form with an employer’s eye and match it to the job description or job ad. Are there any obvious mismatches such as: Shortage of relevant skills or experience? Shortage of experience in certain areas? Lack of qualifications? Find ways on how you can highlight other areas to demagnify these mismatches. PowerPoint Presentation: What you should prepare for? The simplest way to find out about the industry or the company is to ask information from those who know How do you find out? Any customer newsletter or magazine An employee Company website Job ads PowerPoint Presentation: What you should prepare for? Don’t be vague about your reasons. Be clear on how the position fits in your career path and progressions Show the interviewer that this position may have been made for someone like you Ace the Interview Maximizing your Potentials to Getting the Job You Want : Ace the Interview Maximizing your Potentials to Getting the Job You Want Part 2: THE INTERVIEW PowerPoint Presentation: Making a good impression Openness Be open, accessible, responsive, and communicative Avoid one-word, yes-no answers if you possibly can Enthusiasm Show that you are happy and excited to work with them (but don’t overdo it!) Express interest in the job and in the people (again: but don’t overdo it!) Confidence It may be the last thing you’ll feel but confidence is the one thing you must always project! Energy Sit up straight, look alert, speak clearly, smile and make eye contact Appearing energetic and lively, projects a positive vibe, optimism and positivity PowerPoint Presentation: The 3 Cardinal Rules PowerPoint Presentation: The 3 Cardinal Rules Listen to the question and make sure you answer it Keep your answers relevant to the job you are interviewing for Remember: most people have a two-minute attention span, so keep you answers shorter than this If at first, you didn’t get the question it’s perfectly all right to ask the interviewer to repeat or rephrase it PowerPoint Presentation: The 3 Cardinal Rules Don’t just say you can do, x, y, or z Support your claim with concrete examples. Remember to still stick to the point, though PowerPoint Presentation: The 3 Cardinal Rules When you’ve answered the question, stop talking However, don’t let the silence wallow You can close your response by asking “I hope that answers your question” or “Does that cover all the points you need to know?” Ace the Interview Maximizing your Potentials to Getting the Job You Want : Ace the Interview Maximizing your Potentials to Getting the Job You Want Part 3: THE QUESTIONS PowerPoint Presentation: Questions They Ask Everybody “Tell me something about yourself.” I’m a (give a concise description of yourself in 15 words, or less) . I’m an experienced (what you are) with an extensive knowledge of (your relevant knowledge area) , including (a key point) and (another key point) . My main qualifications are (give at least two or three of your most relevant skills or key qualifications) . I also have experience in (go on to your next most relevant skill or knowledge area), including (develop one or two key points). My achievements to date include (two or thee of your major achievements) . PowerPoint Presentation: Questions They Ask Everybody “Why do you want to work here?” I am looking for a position where I can use my (relevant skill, aptitude or area of experience) . I believe this job would allow me to make the most of my (a talent, aptitude, skill or ability) along with (another skill, personal quality, or ability) . I see it, above all, as a natural development from (your experience, further qualifications of training) . PowerPoint Presentation: Questions They Ask Everybody “Why did you choose the course/subject you did?” Try to relate your course to the type of work you’re applying for, as well as to your own interests and tastes. The interviewer is looking for: Clearly thought out reasons that show you can analyze and evaluate information and come to a decision Your sense of commitment to whatever decision you made Your self-awareness about your strengths, interests and talents An appreciation of what education and your course have taught you Your ability to match future goals to current action PowerPoint Presentation: Questions They Ask Everybody “What are you looking for in a job?” Here the interviewer is looking for: The chance to start in your chosen career The opportunity to learn the skills required The opportunity to make a valid contribution even at a entry level The chance to use the knowledge and skills you’ve acquired PowerPoint Presentation: Questions They Ask Everybody “Have you ever worked under pressure? The interviewer needs to know that you: Have experience of working under pressure – outline briefly how, when and where Are able to cope with it – explain how you keep your balance Have tried and tested ways of handling stress and tension over the long term PowerPoint Presentation: Questions They Ask Everybody “Have you ever worked under pressure? I would say I’m reasonably stress-hardy. I have experience of working under pressure (while we were doing our college thesis) . I kept the pressure manageable by (being organized, planning, prioritizing, etc ) . I find it very useful to (say what practical steps you take to prepare) . PowerPoint Presentation: Questions They Ask Everybody “Where do you see yourself in five years’ time?” In five years’ time I would ideally like to be (say what you can reasonably expect to be doing) . I think I have the (skills and abilities) to achieve that, especially with (requirements such as further training, experience, specific professional qualifications) . I believe this position will help me achieve that goal because (give reasons, such as excellent training programs, opportunities for advancement, leading company in the field) . PowerPoint Presentation: Questions They Ask Everybody “What are your greatest strength?” Even if you still lack experience and your skills are untried in the workplace, you can turn it into a strength and emphasize your potential Although you can’t offer them experience, and expertise yet, you can bring to the job: Enthusiasm and energy Your ability to learn Adaptability Freshness PowerPoint Presentation: Questions They Ask Everybody “What are your greatest strength?” I would say my greatest strengths are (give three of your talents and personal qualities that you feel are genuine strengths and are appropriate for the job) . I believe I’ve demonstrated these in the past by (give a brief story that shows you using your strengths) . Although experience isn’t one of my key strengths as yet, I do have (give the experience you have and any theortical background) . As well as that, though, I believe I can bring to the job (enthusiasm, open mindedness, energy) . Ace the Interview Maximizing your Potentials to Getting the Job You Want : Ace the Interview Maximizing your Potentials to Getting the Job You Want Part 4: MANAGING YOUR EMOTONS PowerPoint Presentation: Overcoming Nerves Almost everyone looks nervous in interviews, but believe it or not, interviewers are quite tolerant. They’ve been there, too. Also, they need someone to fill a vacant post. There have this problem. And they want you to succeed. But if you continue to show your nervousness, they’ll start to think if you’re ready for the interview, or worse, if you’re ready for the job. PowerPoint Presentation: Overcoming Nerves Don’t let fear of nerves prevent you from making a positive impression: Practice (entering the room, shaking hands, etc.) Get organized Know exactly where the interview will be Double check the time and date of the interview Get everything ready THE NIGHT BEFORE!!! Arrive at your destination early enough Check your appearance (hair, smile, fly, buttons, etc.) Avoid tea or coffee an hour or so before the interview PowerPoint Presentation: Knowing the Interviewer Preparing yourself Answering Questions The Three Cardinal Rules in an Interview Anatomy of an Interview Questions they ask Everybody Overcoming Nerves Agenda PowerPoint Presentation: Questions PowerPoint Presentation: http://facebook.com/OSAtrains http://facebook.com/OSAtrains http://OSAtrains.com

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