When you’re preparing for an interview there are hundreds of questions to anticipate.
And that includes difficult to answer, behavioral questions…
Sorry Forrest, life isn’t the only thing that’s like a box of chocolates.
Anticipating the questions you’ll be asked in a job interview, for instance. No matter how hard you try, you’ll soon learn you never know what you’re going to get.
The first thing you want to do after a job interview, whether it’s an initial phone conversation or an in-person meeting, is a timely follow up with a thank you letter reaffirming your interest in and qualifications for the role.
How can you maximize your chances for success in one of the most difficult, stressful, and complex elements of the job search process?
The answer is simple: Power Interviewing.
It might seem like answering the question, “What’s your ideal company?” is all about you. But if you answer it correctly, this question can provide a great opportunity for your prospective employer to confirm or deny whether or not they’re an ideal company for you.
Self-promotion can be a tricky proposition. After all, you don’t to come off as arrogant or over-confident. Finding the proper balance between presenting yourself as the perfect candidate for the job and appearing to be a pushy jerk that no one wants to work with can be difficult. It’s not impossible, but you have to put some thought into it.