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We can -- that is on -- -- on Fox Business talked about ways to ease the interview because that.
Does it leisure opportunity committee should be your interview he got to go into prepared so.
Although it sounds like a no brainer the first one is always preparation preparation preparation.
And not just preparing.
To speak to the position itself but you -- know the history of the company.
Their culture -- you fit in with them to do your research you do your homework company but do it probably not just the position itself also look for press releases and anything that the has been talked about them -- trade magazines -- supposedly news that's going on with that pregnancy might seem like here.
A follower of hello -- and very just -- -- -- senior engage and and you feel like you're one of them and also preparation gives you confidence to Iowa -- -- you have that confidence going in and you Feely give a wide breadth of knowledge yes you feel about her.
OK another tip we have for acing the interview is speaking our language but -- that.
This is particularly important if you're transitioning to a new industry or company that's unfamiliar to you -- because you want to make should be fitted so the challenges.
Every industry in almost every business has their own lingo -- -- -- their own jargon.
Their own abbreviations acronyms he got to make sure you understand what those are -- go in kind of fumbling only bring something up you know what it means -- what you're saying.
So understand the language of that Anderson Anderson they're jargon -- -- it -- -- you're not asking what it is in the interview right.
That's a very good point especially in certain industries where it's all jargon and maybe the people in union you don't realize that they think their own language right yet and you don't want them to have to think oh my god and have to teach you all -- -- don't know the even the basics of what did you -- and we -- but a little bit lines up artists with more qualified than you really are right.
I -- show differentiation.
Well that legendary marketing guru roadster -- used to call it the unique selling proposition or the USP.
I think this really applies to individuals when you're going out there on the market let's face it.
There are a lot of people in line behind you and in front of you for jobs right now.
See you gotta make sure you find a way to step out -- show how you're different.
On that and now that's an individual thing so I can't -- on there's one way to do it it's not like dressing fancier looking funny here generic.
-- -- resonated huge purple box or something like apple what you need to do is.
Show them that you have something unique that's different than the other people in line from -- for example.
For me as a console -- spent a lot time in the management consulting industry.
Most of those folks are NBA is your business backgrounds untrained psychologist.
So my -- there was I understand the psychology of how people manage and lead.
And interact with each other that was always -- key differentiator for me that made -- stand out so find out what that is for you.
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Know your talking points yes -- can explain.
Well as you note -- you interview politicians all the time right and they come on ready with their talking points of the public drives a little bit crazy.
But the -- is this is have a set of three to five.
Very specific examples of past experiences and anecdotes where you've been able to.
Get results -- and the rating share -- those -- bragging rights that are understandable related bonds Pacific but they need to be so also adaptable so no matter what kind of question you with 'cause let's face he get it with off the -- questions on and the weird stuff.
You wanna build -- pull that particular talking point -- -- the year ago or you know what that question most closely relates talking point -- -- -- -- -- out.
And -- and the size that into the question and make an answer politicians do all the time the ones that are really good do it almost seamless.
Yes so it's almost like I don't really know or have the best answer to what you just asked me but I continues all these facts that I have right and make that your answer -- and decided in because and make sure something that showcases talented viewers that you wanna get across right because is all about you getting across your value how do you answer my -- Question ever -- needs to yourself in five years I hate that question any so silly hadn't.
If your entry -- I want the entry level in five years from now I have I have little doesn't matter here.
But then they're hiring you for that job that -- -- train you for no reason to they want to think that you'll stay and that recognition right.
And -- here's the thing.
The vast majority of individuals out there conducting interviews are not trained on how to conduct an interview I'm not -- professional -- like yourself.
They really don't know what they're doing in in essence they know and an ice have to train people and conducting interviews -- an HR hiring managers.
And so you have to kind of expect the unexpected that's what you have to be prepared so again when someone -- to that question.
Know the company know what they're looking for and know what their pain points -- you know what I wanna be contributing to the mission -- make sure that I've advance in the company because.
Most of hiring managers do want someone that wants to move forward you know and they want someone will take more off their -- as they go -- -- -- -- -- -- GUS team like up -- nose like oh yes I do orange you wanna show some reservations -- certain things have.
-- -- saying I don't you don't want to be -- brown desert that's for sure because people don't like that either I think what you wanna make sure you do.
-- you understand what they need in this is why go to that point of feeling their pain.
What do they need.
And what is it that you can do to deliver on that need.
Every hiring manager wants someone to make their life easier.
We're not hard that's the point your fifth point feel their -- yes find out ways where you can say I can be beneficial to you because I can you -- -- NC NBA don't be afraid to ask what are your big challenges yes what is it that you fear most what is it that's causing you the most pay what's ailing U.
And -- -- -- the medicine for.
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