How To Use NLP Embedded Commands in a Job Interview

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How To Use NLP Embedded Commands in a Job Interview

 

NLP embedded commands are used by hypnotherapist to make a phobic no longer afraid of a spider. NLP embedded commands are used by master influencers to con unsuspecting public. NLP embedded commands are used by mentalist, such as Darren Brown to get you to do whatever they want.

 

As you can see the power behind NLP embedded commands is sot string that you can take command of any situation. These skills are highly transferable to the job interview. The goal of the interviewee is to create desire; you want the employer to want you.

 

This article will teach you what an NLP embedded command is, how to set up a embedded command and how to use NLP embedded commands in your job interview answer

 

 

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NLP Embedded Commands Broken Down

 

An embedded command is a Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and Hypnosis technique for “planting” a thought (state, process, or experience) within the mind of another person without the person’s conscious awareness.

 

The embedded command is broken into three sections;

First you need to set up the embedded command (this set up hides the command in the structure of a sentence (or interview answer)

 

  • “When you..”
  • “You can…”
  • “The more you…”
  • “You want to..”
  • “If you were to…”

 

 

Second, you need to add the “Command” (this gets the interviewer to do X without them knowing why they are doing X) 

 

  • “Feel….”
  • “Think about…”
  • “Imagine…”
  • “Notice…”
  • “Remember..”

 

Thirdly finish the embedded command with a State, Process or Experience: 

 

  • “A change of mind”
  • “Excitement”
  • “That I am right”
  • “You agree”
  • “Joy”

 

 

Embedding the Embedded Command in a Job Interview Answer

 

When using the embedded command in a job interview you only need to focus on 2 key things. First think about the desired outcome – what process, state or experience do you want to employer/interviewer to feel?

 

Second when you state the “Command” and “SPE” rise your voice, or slightly change your tone, or leave a short pause before and after the command. This allows the subconscious to process the command without conscious awareness.

 

 

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Common asked Interview questions and example embedded command answers

 

Example common interview questions

 

  1. tell me about yourself
  2. what are your strengths 
  3. what are your weaknesses 

 

 

To answer these common asked job interview questions, start your answer before using the embedded command.

 

Tell me about yourself

I have over 20 years experience in this sector. My key strengths include X, Y and Z (add your own strengths here) as you will notice I am highly passionate about this role and it is this passion along with my experience that has made me highly successful. My key achievements include (add your key achievement) Overall I have a range of skills and experiences that will be highly useful to you and your organisation and when you need me to step up and take on any extra task, you will know I am reliable and flexible. 

 

What are your strengths?

 

My previous manager often said that I was highly motivated with everything I did. But for me that is just having a good work ethic. I consider a strength something that others don’t possess. If I had to pick one of my key strengths (this pre-supposes that you have more then one key strength) I would choose my ability to turn around projects on the blink of failing into a success. You will agree with me that this is no easy feat. The way I approach this task is by analyzing the project brief, the successes and what hasn’t worked.  This overview tells me what I first need to concentrate on. If you feel that I would fit in with your team, this is a skill we could collaborate on together, sharing the same successes I have had with previous organisations.

 

What are your weaknesses?

 

Everyone has weaknesses. If you offer me the job you will know that I am the type of person who will work hard to overcome any weaknesses that I reconise. In fact I often search for any areas of development as I see this as the perfect opportunity to develop my skills and knowledge. In my last company I had never used their database before, so I spent time  reading the manuals, being trained through other members of staff and practicing. In quick succession, due to having strong ICT skills, I become skilled in this and was asked to teach other new recruits.

 

 

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Sample Interview Questions and Answers

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Sample Interview Questions and Answers

 

 

The key preparation for a job interview is to create a list of sample interview questions. From this list, you can create strong job interview answers by tailoring your experience, skills and qualities to that of the job specification.

 

Your sample interview answers need to do three things; one – inform the interviewer that you have the required skills, two – show enthusiasm and passion, three – highlight a unique selling point.

 

This is even more important when you are asked curve ball interview questions, these are job interview questions that sound random, but in actual fact have a hidden meaning.

 

Below you find 10 sample curve ball job interview questions and answers

 

 

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Sample Job Interview Question 1 What is your experience in this role?

 

At the interview start all employers, even those who use tricky job interview questions, will at the interview start ask you an open question to get you talking in a relaxed state. A question relating to your experience allows you to cover your whole career – start with a short summary “I have worked in this sector for X years…” continue by explaining 3 key achievements and finish the interview answer by discussing the key reason why you want to be hired for this position.

 

Sample Job Interview Question 2  What did you dislike about your last position?

 

When asked a negative based question it is easy to feel uncomfortable. Instead reframe this question to highlight one of your key strengths. Start by stating the problem and end with your strength “having a delicate task that needs to be completed in less time then would be required. What I do in this situation is (add key selling point/strength) ..” and finally end by stating the idea scenario “..ideally I like to plan…”

 

Sample Job Interview Question 3 Give an example of a problem you have had in a workplace?

 

The problem you choose should have no direct association with yourself, rather it should be a company problem. State the problem, explain what you did to overcome the problem using the 3 step approach and end with explaining the positive outcome from your solution, ideally making this relevant to the organisation you are applying to.

 

 

 

Sample Job Interview Question 4 Explain what you will be doing in 5 years time? 

 

Job hopping is becoming highly popular. Employers are concerned that good staff will take a better paid job within a year or two. Make it clear to the employer that you are here to stay.  You can achieve this in two ways. First by explaining how this career is the career you have always wanted, and how the career meets all of your employment criteria, you love this job so much that if you were employed in another sector, you would most likely volunteer in a similar role (don’t get to carried away!!). Or two, you can discuss how you have always wanted to work for their company. The reputation of the business is so good, that you have even turned down a higher paid position to work here.

 

Sample Job Interview Question 5 Why should we higher you over the other candidates? 

 

This is your time to shine. At the interview stage of the application process, your competition will have similar experiences and qualifications. You need to state something that you have, that others don’t. Think about what makes you unique, your key strengths,  the thing that will add value to this new organisation. Don’t be shy here, really big yourself up, make sure you stand out from the recruitment crowd.

 

Sample Job Interview Question 6 Name your favorite color and explain why you like this colour? 

 

This question (and similar questions) is more common then people realise. Colours have unconscious meanings; red = danger and blue = calmness and yellow = warmness. In the workplace think about the emotional environment you will be working in and use a colour that best describes the ergonomics of the workforce. In the finance sector you may say “green as this is the colour of money and profit” in a customer service role, you may answer with “yellow as this is the colour of a warmth and friendliness”

 

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Sample Job Interview Question 7 Name 3 things you would take with you to a deserted island? 

 

Logical based interview questions are asked in many professional, high salary roles. The answer to the question often isn’t as important as your approach to answering the said question. Don’t just jump into an answer, instead state your reasoning “when in a survival situation it is easy to think about making a raft, a signal fire or shelter, but logically you will be in this situation for a number of days and weeks. A lack of water is the biggest killer without water you die within 3 days, without food you die in 2 weeks, which shows that water is more important then food…”

 

Sample Job Interview Question 8 How many grids are in London?

 

Many data, mathematical and engineering companies will add math based questions during the interview process. Again the answer isn’t as important as your approach. Explain how you would approach the problem you are face with, this shows your approach to stress and puzzles “let’s say in the average square mile of London there are  98 grids, we can times this number by the amount of square miles in London….”

 

 

Sample Job Interview Question 9 If you were an animal what animal would you be?

 

There are lots of variations of this and other creative job interview questions. Often interviewers not only require skills, they also want to hire someone with a suitable temperament, personality and motivational traits. An employees work ethic and values can be just as important as a candidates experiences and skill base. First think about the environment of the workplace; a team environment (pack animal) do you need to a good memory (elephant) is the employer looking for a fun employee (monkey) or someone who can blend in (chameleon) or someone loyal (tortoise – explain how you will stay with the company for many of year) Choose a relevant animal with a desired skill or personality trait.

 

Sample Job Interview Question 10 What questions do you have for me?

 

Always have at least 3 job interview questions to ask the employer. A focus on this stage should be on the environment of the organisation. Good interview questions to ask include questions on the company growth or expansion, questions on personal development and training and questions on company values, staff retention and company achievements.

 

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How Persuasive Interviewees Get There Point Across

How Persuasive Interviewees Get There Point Across

 

The job interview is all about getting your point of view across.

 

The successful job interviewee can persuade, influence and manipulate  the interviewer so they are seen as the ideal candidate to offer the job too. This doesn’t mean you have to lie, instead it means that to be successful in a job interview you need to learn the key skills persuasive people use to get there point across

 

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The Listen and Repeat Method

 

To persuade a stranger, your interviewer you need to know what they value, what makes them tick, what criteria (skills, experience, work ethic) is important to them. If you answer you interview questions quoting facts and examples that they deem important they will not only listen to you more intently bit they will build rapport with you.

 

Often the unsuccessful interviewee doesn’t understand why they didn’t get offered the position. Throughout the interview they answered all the questions, gave examples and smiled. The problem is not everyone thinks that things you deem important, are important to them. If I was going to sell you a holiday, I could discuss the sandy beeches where you can relax, the pool where you can chill out, the quite restaurants where you can eat peacefully. Sounds nice? Not if your looking for a holiday adventure, with actives everyday and dangerous around each corner.

 

To persuade in the job interview listen to what the interviewer discusses, pick up if they are a goal setter or problem solver, if they value profit over quality, if the preference staff with creativity or a rule follower. Once you understand what the employer values you can quote this during the job interview, making all your interview answers more relevant

 

 

Saying Little, Can Say a Lot

 

The nervousness interviewee is known to chatter on.

 

An over-talker not only confuses the interviewer but lets slip their weaknesses. By having a structure to your interview answer will keep you on point. You can open by stating how you have the desired criteria and follow this up with an example.

 

During the example you want to add a little intrigue, as this will get the interviewer asking you questions. By getting the interviewer to ask you questions helps not only build rapport but gets them seeing you as an authority. You back up what you are saying with facts and figures, and even ask the interviewer their opinion, turning the interview into a conversation.

 

This is how people persuade with conversation by getting you to ask them, the persuader, to talk more. Always end your original answer with intrigue, allowing the interviewer an opportunity to  ask you questions

 

 

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Find Common Ground

 

The key to interview success is likability

 

People are more easily persuaded when they like you. This is why the listen and repeat rule is key. If the interviewer is talking about goals and objectives and you, with enthusiasm, join in the conversation, stating how having goals, milestones and objectives motivates you to be your best you will both find a connection.

 

It doesn’t even matter what the common ground is as long as you can find something that makes the interviewer connect to you.

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5 Influence Styles You Can Use in a Job Interview

5 Influence Styles You Can Use in a Job Interview

 

 

You are influence everyday, thousands of times, and you probably aren’t aware of 90% of them

 

We are influenced by images, words, social proof, repetitive slogans, scarcity and by a number of other things. People influence each other with tone, gestures, commitment and their style of communication.  the power of influence has a massive effect on your day with you buying goods, voting for politicians and making choices because of the power of influence and psychology

 

These same psychological tactics can be employed in the job interview, giving you the upper hand. Here are 5 different influencing style you can adopt in your next job interview

 

 

 

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Assertiveness 

We respond to authority.

 

By being seen as an authority in your sector you will gain compliance from the interviewer. Being assertive, stating, insisting that your ideas and suggestions will have a positive outcome once employed people to your authority.

 

Most of us are sheep, and like to be sheep. Being a commanding Sheppard, herd the interviewer(s) to the pen of your choosing.

 

 

 

 Convincing 

 

The best sales people convince us that there product is the best product, even if it means spending a little more

 

Put forward your ideas and offer logical, rational reasons to convince the job interviewer of your point of perspective. Once the interviewer is won over with one idea they are more likely to agree to other ideas due to the psychological law of compliance. This is why great sales people not only sell one good, they also up sell to their customers

 

 

Negotiation 

 

An interview is a two way conversation.

 

As with all debates there are two sides to every story. If you the interviewee states one fact, suggestion or idea and the interview has another viewpoint you can easily create friction, even fall out.

 

The secret to winning people over is negotiation. Look for compromises and find the middle ground

 

Relationship Building

 

A great communicator is someone who can build strong relationships with a complete stranger

 

No where is this more important then the job interview situation. Use common interest, your tone, facial expressions, body language, everything to build rapport. People will often favor people more that they like. This means that your interview answers will gain more points if the interviewer likes you as a person, compared to someone who takes an initial dislike.

 

 

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Inspire Imagination 

 

Humans are goal setters

 

Often interviewees talk about past successes – this is good to a point. To really influence the interview, explain how your skills and past experiences will make an impact in the future within their organisation. Find future possibilities  that will inspire the interviewer, show them how you will increase profit, create new business and save on overheads. Give them a positive future vision.

 

 

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3 Psychological Tactics to Sell Yourself at a Job Interview

3 Psychological Tactics to Sell Yourself at a Job Interview 

 

Marketers, sales professionals and big brands use sales psychology to influence your spending habits.

 

These same psychological tactics can be employed in the job interview, giving you the upper hand. Here are 3 psychological tactics to sell yourself at a job interview.

 

 

 

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Psychological Sales Tactic #1

Emotional byin

 

Many studies have repeatedly highlighted that people by goods, ideas and recruit staff due to how the product will effect the person.

 

In the job interview you are more likely to be hired by using emotional stoires to highlight your skills and experience, rather then just listing your qualities, traits and successes

 

When answering “give me an example of….” questions, start by stating the pain of the current situation, explain what steps you took and then highlight the positive and emotional outcome

 

 

 

Psychological Sales Tactic #2

 

Offer out your weaknesses

 

The “what is your weakness?” interview question is asked less and less these days, due to applicants searching on youtube for the best answer. But when buying any product we are naturally suspicious, just as the interviewer is when you only state positives

 

By stating your own flaws (don’t go overboard) you create credibility. Credibility, espcailly when mixed with likability will lower the interviewers defensive. The employer at this stage is more likely to buy in to you, believing the following interview answers

 

 

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Psychological Sales Tactic #3

 

Create fear

 

At some stage during the interview if you are using all the rules from influencing the interview, you will know that the employer is impressed, they want you.

 

Scarcity is a powerful motivator. People on ebay, will purchase more for a product then they originally stated they would due to the thought of losing out. You can use the same psychology in the job interview, if the interveiwer, who by now wants to offer you the position, believes you may take an offered job from a competitive company they will compelled to desire you even more.

 

At some stage in the interview let in slip how you have been successful in other interviews

 

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Job Interview Questions for a Procurement Officer

Job Interview Questions for a Procurement Officer 

 

To prepare for a procurement job interview you first need to predict the job interview questions. To do this simply read the job spec and turn each duty or essential criteria into a job interview question. Below we have predicted 10 interview questions for you, for a procurement officer

 

 

 

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Job Interview Questions for a Procurement Officer 

 

Interview Question 1 tell me about your experience as a procurement officer and the required skills you need to be successful in this role.

 

Interview Question 2 how do you deal with a supplier who states that your order will be late?

 

Interview Question 3 What is your approaching when dealing with a disgruntled customer?

 

Interview Question 4 how do you review your performance?

 

Interview Question 5 how do you negotiate successfully with a supplier?

 

Interview Question 6 are you enthusiastic and a good team player?

 

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Interview Question 7 give an example of taking the initiative

 

Interview Question 8 what skills do you need to be a procurement officer?

 

Interview Question 9 how will you make a really impact if you were successful?

 

Interview Question 10 do you have any questions for me?

 

 

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5 Things to Do After an Interview that Helps You Seal the Deal

5 Things to Do After an Interview that Helps You Seal the Deal

 

 

The three step process of searching a job includes:

  • Drafting a perfect resume
  • Preparing for the Interview
  • Post-Interview Follow-Ups

The first two steps are conventional and you prepare according to the job you apply to. Done with the job interview, now what’s next?

Once you have shaken hands and parted ways, you do not just have to sit ideal and wait for the employer to get in touch with you.

Here are five things you should be doing after an interview that help you get the job.

 

 

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#1 Write a Thank You Note

 

Firstly, when in an interview remember to collect business cards from each member that you meet in your process. The best way to follow up is to write an e-mail within 24 hours of the interview. Your follow-up mail should be drafted in a job letter format starting with acknowledging each one of them for their time and then reiterate why you are the perfect fit for the job.

Use this follow-up email to thank the interviewers for the time they invested in meeting you, express what interests you in the position and anything you feel led to a personal connection during the interview process.

Another quick way to leave an impressive mark in the minds of the interviewers, leave a hand written thank you note followed by a follow-up email in a week’ time.

 

#2 Judiciously Connect Online

 

It might be tempting to connect with everyone that you have met with online. Do so, but make sure that it does not leave an impression of you stalking them. Check their online presence before you reach out sending those requests. For example, someone you met at ABC organization has more than 500 people on his/her LinkedIn account implies that he/she is open to accept requests. On the other hand, there might be someone with a private account. So hold yourself there, before you send out a request.

To be on the safe side, it is better to follow people or the organization on Twitter. It displays that you have a keen interest in the company. Keep Facebook for friends and family. Connection professionally on Facebook might turn the tables around for you.

 

 

#3 Follow-Up Again

 

It can take a while to get a response from the employer after you have had that interview. The reasons can be many. If this is the case, you should consider following up again. But make sure that you have something new to offer each time you write a follow-up e-mail.

You can look out for a piece of news or what’s happening in the related industry and share it in a small follow-up note.

#4 Keep Those Notes

 

It is important that you have a track of job openings you pursue, the resumes sent and the contacts you have made through an application. Once you are done with an interview, take out time and make notes listing down the people you met, the conversation you had and what remarkable you learned through the process.

Additionally also keep a note of the impressions you made and any concerns or questions you would like to put up to the employer when given a chance.

 

 

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#5 Make a Call

 

Communicating electronically has become the norm these days. The extent is to the level that some people today think that a phone call will intrude their time. So, when you call someone make sure that you are considerate and careful both at the same time.

Recall, if they told you to call or drop an email. If not and you have already tried to get in touch through an e-mail without any response, before calling think about what you are going to say. It is better to practice before you make the call.

Finding a job is not an easy task. If you get an opportunity, make sure you use it to the fullest. Some annoying things candidates do in name of follow-up can harm the chances of you making it to the job. Here is a list of things you must not do definitely to keep your chances high.

  • Following-Up too much
  • Changing the salary expectations after the discussion
  • Acting like you have the job
  • Skipping the thank you note
  • Bringing up other job offers

 

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3 Body Language Tricks to Make The Interviewer See You As Confident

3 Body Language Tricks to Make The Interviewer See You As Confident

 

Confidence in the job interview is everything.

 

Even if you feel nervous you need to, externally show confidence

 

These clever body language tricks will help convince any job interview that you are one hell of a confident interviewee

 

 

 

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Job Interview Confidence Trick 1

 

 

This visualization trick is used by actors

 

 

As you walk into the interview room, the interviewer will look up from his desk and make an opinion about your level of confidence from your posture

 

To create a positive posture, imagine that there is a piece of string dangling from the door frame of the interview room. It is long enough to touch the very top of your head. As you walk through the doorway, imagine lifting your head and straitening your back, so your head just reaches the bottom of the string.

 

This will help you to create a confidence looking posture, influencing the job interview

 

 

 

Job Interview Confidence Trick 2

 

Is that Dave? God i’ve not seen you since school

 

 

Whenever you meet an old friend who you havent seen in ages, you instantly smile, a big bright smile.

 

 

A big smile makes the friend feel warm and specially. When in an interview situation, wait until you walk through the doorway and then smile a big bright smile at the interviewer, imagine that the interviewer is an old friend. This smile will create rapport, likability and you will be seen as positive, approachable and confident

 

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Job Interview Confidence Trick 3

Talk with your hands

 

Nervous and shy people keep there hands down their sides, it’s as if they want to make themselves look small, unnoticeable.

 

Confident people will express themselves and communicate with words and gestures. Don’t only does a person who talks with their hands increase communication they look more confident and relaxed

 

 

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Change Your Language Change Your Interview Stress Levels

Change Your Language Change Your Interview Stress Levels

 

 

Job interviews are really stressful, but are more more stressful by the language the interviewee uses when trying to motivate themselves

 

The actual words we use when talking to our-self has a massive impact on your emotional well being. Our internal dialog is created automatically, by taking control of your personal language, you create interview confidence, reducing job interview stress

 

Here are 3 simple ways to reduce job interview stress by choosing stress reducing words

 

 

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Speaking in the Third Person

 

Stressed and anxious interviewees use associated language “I have to answer all the interview questions…” Is this is said from a negative perspective, the visual imagery you create from these words increases stress.

 

Self-distancing helps you to control your thoughts and emotional response. By using disassociated phrases the stress impact lowers “Chris has to answer all the interview questions..” you change your perspective, changing your response and behavior

 

To lessen stress, think about the phrasing of yourself talk. Become aware of the “I” you are using, and repeat the same phrase replacing “I” with your name

 

 

Strong and Weak Words

 

When preparing for the job interview it is easy to fall into the trap of using weak words that dint motivate

Take these 2 examples;

  • I’m going to try and pass the job interview
  • I will pass the job interview

 

 

Woulds such as “try” “maybe” “want” don’t create the feeling of commitment. By replacing these weak words with commitment statements you are more likely to achieve your goals

 

When feeling committed to a passing a job interview, your stress levels naturally drop as you have  a positive focus which creates interview confidence

 

 

 

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Language and Perspective

 

Interviewees often focus on the negative reasons why they need to pass the job interview

 

The way you phrase your reason for attending the job interview will create stress or desire. Most people phrase their job interview goal in the negative stating the thing they want to get away from “I don’t want to be unemployed…”

 

What you say to yourself, your reason for the job interview, is represented by visual imagery. This image creates an emotional response, either positive or negative and only positive emotions help you to relax in the job interview, increasing confidence

 

To increase job interview confidence, reframe your negatively phrased goal positively “I want to gain a job with a pay rise”

 

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3 Sales Communication Techniques That Will Boost Your Interview Performance

3 Sales Communication Techniques That Will Boost Your Interview Performance

 

The job interview is a 45 minute sales pitch

 

Possessing the art of sales is key to interview success. The better you sell yourself the more employable you will become. Many career professionals possess the experience and skills required for the position, and should be offered the job role, but their lack of sales communication techniques let them down

 

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Job Interview Sales Communication Technique 1

 

Speak up to show your confidence

 

Lesson one in sales is confident communication. What you say and more importantly how you say creates influence

 

You will never persuade anyone if you mumble, stutter or speak in quite tones. Instead pick power words – what yo say creates an emotional impact. Use tone, projection and talk with gestures and facial expressions to communicate with confidence

 

Over two thirds of communication is non-verbal, this is why use need your tone to create a strong emotional response, increase volume to keep interest and say it with passion

 

 

 

Job Interview Sales Communication Technique 2

 

Keep on point

 

Often sales people lose a customer as they naturally go off point talking about criteria that doesn’t interest the customer.

 

In the job interview keep in mind the desired criteria for the position you are applying for. With this objective in mind, think before you speak and choose examples that relate to both the asked question and the desired criteria.

 

Also, use the power of three. Keep each sales point to three significant specific items “I’m a strong team player for three key reasons, one…”

 

 

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Job Interview Sales Communication Technique 3

 

Use a story

 

Stories, as all sales people know, have a strong emotional impact and its this emotional impact that creates desire.

 

To have the best impact with your interview answers, use a story rather then just giving specifics. Open with intrigue as suspense increases the interviewer listing to you. Explain the situation and goal, and give a detailed description of how you achieved the objective

 

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