Successful Interview skill and method

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Successful Interviews: 

Successful Interviews Making the most of the interview

Overview: 

Overview Preparing for interviews The interview experience Questions to expect and to ask Different types of interview Assessment Centres Psychometric Tests Interview resources

Interviews: 

Interviews Interview = A meeting with an objective Employer’s objective is to find the best person for the job Employer: reviews candidate’s experience and abilities Can you do the job? (skills, abilitie, qualifications) Will you do the job? (interest, attitude & motivation) How will you fit into the organisation? (personality) You: impress employer and assess position on offer What does this position offer me? How does it fit with my career plans? Congratulations - you have passed the first hurdle You must prove that you are the most suitable candidate for this position

Preparation is the key to success: 

Preparation is the key to success Review own skills, experiences and qualities Check CV Anticipate questions and identify relevant examples Prepare key selling points Research organisation Websites, reports, articles, company literature, etc Contacts with knowledge of organisation or sector Relevant articles in the press Personal visit or telephone call Research job and occupational area Job description – or similar Current issues Prepare your questions Practice

Watch the Body Language: 

Watch the Body Language First impressions very powerful Halo effect or Devil effect Allow time to relax Dress appropriately Entrance, introductions & handshake Smile and make eye contact Be aware of own movements Watch body language of interviewer

Typical Questions: 

Typical Questions About you Tell me about yourself - Bring me up to date with your CV? Why did you choose that particular degree programme? What experience have you had that is relevant to this post? What would you consider your major achievements to date? About the job What interests you about this job? What do you know about this organisation? What other options are you considering? How do you see your career developing – 5 years? What ifs If you were Head of Department, what would be your priorities? General knowledge What do you think of the Government’s policy on college fees?

Competency-based Interviews: 

Competency-based Interviews Company identifies key skills required for job Designs questions to elicit evidence of skills Emphasis on past behaviour as predictor of success Teamwork: Describe a team project you worked on. What problems arose? How did you deal with them? Communication Skills: Describe situation when you had to persuade others to support your view. Give an example of any reports you’ve written which illustrate your writing skills Interpersonal skills: What kinds of people do you find it difficult to work with? How do you handle those situations? Organisation skills: Describe a situation where you generated a plan leading to a specific goal Problem-solving: Tell us about an error you made and what you learned

Responding to Competency Q: 

Responding to Competency Q Q Give me an example of a problem you encountered. How did you approach it. What was the outcome? STAR response S: Describe the situation T: Explain the task/problem that arose A: What action did you take? R: What was the result or outcome? What did you learn from this experience?

Matching Skills to Requirements: 

Matching Skills to Requirements Employer needs Communication Team work Leadership Initiative Customer Care IT Commercial awareness Your evidence Presentation to class Example from Coop Class rep, Committee Fundraising for charity Working in Superquinn Designed website Business pages

Your Answers: 

Your Answers Listen carefully, seek clarification Illustrate answers with real examples and evidence Be positive – constructive criticism Keep answers specific and succinct Take time to respond Be alert to interviewer’s body language Speak clearly, smile and show enthusiasm Know what you want to say, and find the opportunity

Your Questions: 

Your Questions Training programmes Career development opportunities Types of projects & responsibilities Reporting structure Performance appraisal Profile of staff What happens next?

Qualities Employers Seek: 

Qualities Employers Seek Good all-round intelligence Enthusiasm, commitment and motivation Good communication skills Team work ability Ability to solve problems Capacity to work hard Initiative and self-reliance Balanced personality

The Ideal Candidate: 

The Ideal Candidate Has self-knowledge Genuine interest in this job & employer Is aware of employer’s needs Is friendly and business-like Gives informative answers Expects to be challenged

What creates a bad impression: 

What creates a bad impression Poor personal appearance Negative attitude – evasive, using excuses Lack of interest and enthusiasm Lack of preparation Poor knowledge of role Failure to give concrete examples of skills Over emphasis on money/rewards Lack of career plan

After the Interview: 

After the Interview Review own performance what went well what went badly what you wished you had said prepare for next stage Invitation to second / final round interviews assessment centre psychometric testing panel interview Rejection letter / email if you can request feedback - use it

Telephone Interviews: 

Telephone Interviews Prepare as thoroughly as for ‘real’ interview Select comfortable, private, quiet place Advise flatmates re answering phone Have copy of CV and company information Have pen and paper at hand Prepare for usual interview questions Practice on phone Record answers Try standing Smile and use gestures Avoid monotones Be yourself

Other Types Of Interviews: 

Other Types Of Interviews Rotating Like one-to-one with different interviewers Group 6-8 candidates Group observed while discussing topic Be aware of group interaction Panel 2-5 interviewers, or as many as 13!! Try to identify different roles Respond to interviewer, include others through eye contact May involve presentation

Assessment Centres: 

Assessment Centres Company premises or neutral venue Includes social or informal events Meeting with recent graduates or managers Activities include: Group exercises Practical tasks and exercises Report writing Oral Presentations Psychometric assessments Interviews Simulates real work environment

Psychometric Tests: 

Psychometric Tests Aptitude Tests - measure skills relevant to position Verbal comprehension - evaluate logic of text Numerical reasoning - interpret statistical data Diagrammatic reasoning - recognise patterns Watch timing – complete as many as possible Personality Questionnaires Look at personality style No right or wrong answers Be spontaneous, don’t try to second-guess Tests include built-in checks Employers may be looking for different personality profiles