Saturday, 23 June 2012

At the interview


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- Be optimistic. Avoid saying anything negative – about yourself, your current or previous colleagues, current or previous employers and the company you are talking to and don’t allow any cynicism to creep in. companies do not need more gloom in their establishments.

- Emphasize your strengths. Talk about projects and achievements of which you are proud. Accentuate on them but do not push too aggressively.

- Listen carefully, show interest and use what you find out. Feed back to the interviewers what they want and try to use the same key words and style of language that they used to demonstrate that you have listened and understood. A positive and genuine observation on the working environment is usually appreciated.

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