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Roadmap Welcome Introductions Housekeeping Materials Objectives Expectations. 4. It’s not magic; it’s just good business. Tip Think like the hiring manager and ask yourself throughout the interview, “Why should they hire me?” Do your answers and actions make you the best candidate?. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Its not magic; its just good business.

TipThink like the hiring manager and ask yourself throughout the interview, Why should they hire me? Do your answers and actions make you the best candidate?

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How does the employer screen a candidate during an interview?

What is the hiring manager looking for?When? YesterdaySeeking: The perfect employee5-64

1. Convince the employer you are an asset to the company.4. Determine if this employer is the right fit.2. Demonstrate you are passionate about the work.3. Show your enthusiasm for the organization.Your four tasks as the job seeker

When? YesterdaySeeking: The perfect employee55

SpeedGrammarVolumeTonePronunciationHow does the employer interpret your actions?6

How does the employer interpret your actions?MannerismsFacial expressionsEye contactAttitudePostureHandshake7-87

Unit 5: Interviewing OpeningExchangeConclusionTesting88

HintWhat are key things you should do in each of these interview types?One-to-oneTelephonePanelInformal99

Hint Why are these different interview styles used by employers?ProgressiveGroupBehavioralDemonstrationMulti-stage1010

TipStart your preparation activities as far before the interview as possible. Time builds confidence and reduces nervousness.

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ReviewSelect and listCompare12-1512

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What has been your most significant career accomplishment?What are your short- and long-term goals?Explain why you are the best candidate for the position.Why did you leave your last position?How would your former teammates describe your knowledge and abilities?18-1914

Example actionI went back to the group and explained the situation. We decided to spend the afternoon helping our teammate so his year-end reports could be submitted in a timely manner.Example taskI explained the teams frustration with his absence in a respectful manner. I then asked if there was anything that the team could do to help him become more involved with the assignment. He explained that he was trying to finish year-end reports, but was having trouble gathering data.Example situationAt my last position with ABC Company, I was part of a team assigned to redesign the layout of the waiting room and reception desk to improve service and efficiency. One of our team members wasnt showing up for meetings, so I met with him to discuss my concerns.Considerations Detailed Measurable Related to new position

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What is the most important daily task for this position?

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Your questions should reflect the following:Solid research.Thoughtfulness.Interest in the company. Appeal of position.Details from earlier discussionsTipTake notes on employer remarks during the interview for which youd like more information or clarity

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How much does this position pay?GREEDY26-2718

When will benefits start?UNHEALTHY26-2719

Do you have childcare?ISSUES26-2720

Will I have to work overtime?26-27UNCOMMITTED21

What exactly does your company do?26-27UNPREPARED22

How soon can I take vacation?SLACKER26-2723

Option #1: You can answer the question.

Option #2: You can refuse to answer the question on the grounds that it is illegal.

Option #3: You can examine the question for its intent and base your answer on the requirements of the job and your ability to perform the work.

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TipYour first impression is formed by the employer as soon as you enter the property. Smile and greet all employees in a respectful and pleasant manner.

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TipsDress appropriately for the job and the company.The interviewers focus should be on you not your appearance.StepsPrepare your clothing - details are important.Physically prepare - hygiene and grooming.Mentally prepare - build confidence, relax.Last-minute details before you walk out the door.30-3226

Research35-36Estimated Slide Time:

Trainers Note: Dialogue:Questions:Slide Transition Dialogue:

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Exit the interview in the same manner you entered.Smile.Shake hands.Thank interviewers for their time and consideration.37-3828

Your feedback is important to us.Please take a moment to complete the workshop evaluation form and turn it into your instructor.

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Prepare an explanation of your military duties, contributions, accomplishments. Relate all qualifications to the new position. The interviewer wants to hire you for what you offer the company.

Relax. Youve been through much more stressful situations than an interview. Be proud of your service, be proud of your abilities. Confidence is a valued attribute.Decipher military-specific language into civilian terminology. Mentally, dont confuse a job interview with a promotion, achievement or other military board.Focus on your technical skills, leadership abilities and being a strong team player. These are all priceless qualifications in the civilian workforce.

Example: I managed a team of seven infrastructure technicians for a mobile communications system.

23Prepare an explanation of your military duties, contributions, accomplishments. Relate all qualifications to the new position. The interviewer wants to hire you for what you offer the company.

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Prepare an explanation of your military duties, contributions, accomplishments. Relate all qualifications to the new position. The interviewer wants to hire you for what you offer the company.

Relax. Youve been through much more stressful situations than an interview. Be proud of your service, be proud of your abilities. Confidence is a valued attribute.Decipher military-specific language into civilian terminology. Mentally, dont confuse a job interview with a promotion, achievement or other military board.Focus on your technical skills, leadership abilities and being a strong team player. These are all priceless qualifications in the civilian workforce.

Example: I managed a team of seven infrastructure technicians for a mobile communications system.

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Be honest.Be responsible for your past actions.Focus on the future.Remain positive in the face of adversity.Acknowledge employer concerns, and address them openly and respectfully.Build a reliable professional network.Practice your incarceration speech until it is second nature and can be adapted to fit any interviewing situation that may arise. Remain positive in the face of adversity. Acknowledge employer concerns, and address them openly and respectfully. Build a reliable professional network.You are not alone. Every job seeker receives no for an answer before hearing a yes.

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Be honest. Be responsible for your past actions. Focus on the future.Practice your incarceration speech until it is second nature and can be adapted to fit any interviewing situation that may arise. Remain positive in the face of adversity. Acknowledge employer concerns, and address them openly and respectfully. Build a reliable professional network.You are not alone. Every job seeker receives no for an answer before hearing a yes.

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