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EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION:

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION

GROUP MEMBERS:

GROUP MEMBERS NAMES ROLL NO SUMIT DEHERKAR JAYSHREE HARRISON MINAL KULKARNI MAYURI MAYEKAR TRUPTI SHELKE SANDEEP MANE ARVIND SHARMA SACHIN VAIDYA ANITA YADAV

Interview:

Interview

Interviewing-What is it?:

Interviewing-What is it? - A structured meeting between you and an employer Interviewing is a skill- like riding your bike PRACTICE makes PERFECT

Interviewing is a two-way street:

Interviewing is a two-way street Employers are attempting to determine if you are an appropriate fit for the job and their culture You decide if the environment is right for you.

Types of Interviews:

Types of Interviews Phone: used as an initial screen of candidates or to narrow the pool of applicants One-on-One: most common interview style and incorporates you with the potential employer Panel or Group: allows many individuals to interview you at once

Pre-Interview Preparation:

Pre-Interview Preparation Research position, company, & industry Know yourself and be able to articulate skills, strengths, accomplishments, and career goals Prepare necessary materials (Copies of resume, references, portfolio/pen, organizer, breath mints) Ask for directions

Arriving :

Arriving Be sure to allow yourself plenty of time to arrive at your destination (you may want to conduct a dry run prior to your interview day) Try to arrive 10-15 minutes early at the site to allow you to park, walk to the interview, use the restroom, or just gather yourself

Greeting & Introduction:

Greeting & Introduction Only 1 chance to make a good 1 st impression Dress appropriately Smile Maintain eye contact Firm handshake Remain poised and confident

Body Language: What signals are you sending?:

Body Language: What signals are you sending? Positive Signals Leaning forward = interest Smiling = friendly Nodding = attentive and alert Eye contact = curious and focused Negative Signals Leaning back= discomfort Crossed arms = defensive Fidgeting hands or tapping feet = nervous or bored Lack of eye contact = untrustworthy

General Interview Strategies:

General Interview Strategies -Be prepared to talk about yourself and your experiences -Provide specific and concrete examples of your results/accomplishments -Remain positive, enthusiastic, poised, and confident throughout the interview process -Think before speaking

General Interview Strategies:

General Interview Strategies Remember an interview is a formal conversation--avoid filler words like “Um”, “Ah”, & “You know” Avoid indecisive phrases like: “I think,” “I guess,” “probably,” or “pretty good” Avoid long verbose answers--limit your response to 1-2 minutes If you do not hear or understand a question, ask them to repeat or clarify it

General Interview Strategies:

General Interview Strategies Remain calm, relaxed, and be yourself Try to focus on the message you are trying to convey--NOT how well you are doing!

Dressing for Success-Men:

Dressing for Success-Men Suit-Single or double breasted Polished shoes Solid white shirt Conservative tie Neatly groomed hair, beard, and mustache Avoid strong perfumes, earrings, and body piercing

Dressing for Success-Women:

Dressing for Success-Women Pant or skirt suit small to medium heels Light makeup, perfume, and jewelry Wear neutral color hosiery

FOLLOW-UP:

FOLLOW-UP Asking good questions Thanking the interviewer Request for business card Inquire about next steps in the process

Final Thoughts:

Final Thoughts Remember that only 15% of the success of an interview is out of our control Take some time to reflect - Overall, how well did I do? - What went well? - What steps can I take next time to improve?

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