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Be Prepared! Pass That Job Interview by Julie-Ann Amos

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By Julie-Ann Amos

It offers with pre-interview guidance and the way to investigate the corporate you are making use of to paintings with. It additionally deals invaluable the right way to current your self at the day, the golden principles of physique language and the way to deal with nerves. tips on how to take care of the unforeseen, deal with awkward questions, and go away at the correct notice. With the suitable coaching you actually can tip the scales on your favour.

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Concentrating on your physical actions will take your attention away from negative thought processes and feeling nervous, and make you focus instead on what you are actually doing. This can reduce your nervousness significantly. Is this you? ♦ I can’t be bothered with body language – I already have a million things to think about in an interview! ♦ Everyone knows about body language now so it’s irrelevant. We all know what things mean, so there’s no big secret advantage to knowing it any more. ♦ I think all the advice I’ve ever seen on body language is just false – it just makes people look silly, as if they’re acting.

I never do well, and I never will. What’s the point? ♦ I don’t believe you can ever really control nerves – some people are just more nervous than others and that’s that. ♦ It’s all right for interviewers – they don’t get nervous. ♦ If I spend all my time controlling my nerves, how will I be able to concentrate on the interview itself and on doing myself justice? Handling emotions Thoughts versus emotions With nerves, is it really your emotions that are a problem? In many ways, the problem is more often a 49 Be Prepared!

34 Presentation ♦ Don’t ignore your personal presentation. ♦ Plan your journey to the interview with military precision, allowing for contingencies and waiting time. ♦ Hanging about isn’t waiting. Waiting is a slot of time you can use effectively to calm and prepare yourself. 35 Chapter 3 Meeting and Greeting First impressions count – there’s no denying it. They can also be changed and influenced. In this Chapter: ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ arriving breaking the ice shaking hands accepting refreshments sitting down.

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