Job Interview Coaching Advice From a Manchester Interview Coach

Job Interview Coaching Advice From a Manchester Interview Coach

 

 

As an interview coach one of the biggest mistakes I see interviewees make is “None Reflection”

 

It is easy, after the job interview, to breath a sigh of relief – “It’s Over!!” But this is the worst mistake you can make. The interview end is the perfect time to reflect on your interview skills. Most job searchers will apply for 5-10 jobs positions, which means you have more than one chance to secure a job offer.

 

As we all learn from our experiences you need to reflect on your job interview to look at ways to develop.

 

 

Below you can also access 101 Interview Questions and techniques to Influence the Job Interview. Good luck with your next job interview.

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Develop Your Job Interview

 

After each job interview you need to reflect on your own perspective.

 

Close your eyes and remember how you acted, communicated and delivered your job interview answers

 

Look at what went well and what you could improve in terms of tonality, gestures, body language, enthusiasm, interview answers.

 

Think about how confident you came across and what you can do to increase rapport

 

 

The Interviewers Perspective

 

Next image that you were the interviewer, so you can picture you the interviewee in front of you

 

Think about everything that is important to the job interviewer in terms of beliefs, values and work ethic

 

With this in mind, re-play the job interview and became aware of what the interviewer liked and disliked about you, if the interviewer felt there was good rapport and how the interviewer interpreted your answers, tone and body language

 

Learn from the interviewers perspective

 

 

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