Preparing to Interview
You need to first prepare TO interview and then prepare FOR an interview.
Many skip the first part, which is the more important of the two. Once you are prepared TO interview the rest is easy.
Our experience in dealing with thousands of candidates has shown that most of them do not understand the proper way to prepare for interviewing.
Most candidates prepare for an interview by researching the company, reading the financial reports, and exploring the website. They become well versed on every aspect of the company.
This may be helpful for the candidate, but how many times have you gone to an interview and had the hiring manager say, "Tell me everything you know about the company and all the research you did prior to coming in"? Rarely if ever does this happen, yet to a candidate this is what they consider to be "preparation."
Did you know that you have to prepare for not only the in-person interview, but also for the phone interview? These are completely different.
If you treat the phone interview the same as the in-person interview you will lose. Why? Because you can't read the interviewer's body language and they can't read yours. Do you know the three things that can be measured during a phone interview? How long should an answer be on a phone interview versus an in-person interview? If you answered shorter, that is correct, but do you know how much shorter the answer should be in seconds? If you don't know, then you will lose the phone interview and you will lose the in-person interview.
We will show you how to win both of them with our Career Success Methodology.
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