Planning stages

I know this is a book about body language, but if you don't plan your answers to some of the killer questions you might get asked, your body language signals are extremely likely to suffer as a result

You will never be able to guess all their questions with any huge degree of accuracy, but it's a bit of a no-brainer to assume there will be some about your past experience, your values, your interests, and your desire for and commitment to the job being offered

If you're inexperienced you'll need to talk about any relevant experiences like part-time work, work experience, or even hobbies and interests

If you are experienced, expect to discuss all the jobs you've done in the past and reasons for leaving your present or last job

Modesty is a pretty useless value to bring to the interview but so is arrogance You need to get the balance right, and to do that you need to be able to show the interviewers that you are the best person for the job .

Continue reading here: Proving yourself

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