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The interview is the single most important part of the hiring process, no wonder there are such high levels of stress associated with it. However, if you follow the tips below, you will become a better interviewee, therefore more confident when you interview. More confidence equals a greater chance of being hired.
Listen to what the interviewer is saying and asking. Nothing is more off-putting to a Human Resources professional than not answering the question asked. You’re not running for President, you actually have to answer the question as precisely as possible.
Relate to the interviewer, so he can relate to you. Be observant, look for anything on a more personal level and comment on it. Did he graduate from U Penn? Talk about how much you love Philadelphia. A baseball from the Dodgers? Bring up something positive about the Dodgers, or baseball or Los Angeles. In the small talk before the interview really begins, try to make an emotional connection with the interviewer. Of course, nothing too personal.
During the interview, use past experiences to demonstrate why you should be considered a serious candidate. Creating credibility with the interviewer is very important if you want to be considered a viable candidate.
To some extent, mirror the interviewer as far as hand gestures and manner. Not every gesture, that would be creepy, just the main ones the interviewer uses. This will develop a connection between you and the interviewer. Match the interviewer’s enthusiasm, and turn it up one notch. Enthusiasm is very persuasive, but too much can hurt you.
Have the mind frame that you are a consultant and not a candidate. This requires a lot of homework, but almost always pays off. You are there to help the company; to do this, you must know the company’s strengths and weaknesses. Describe to the interviewer how you can help the company in great detail. This will demonstrate your knowledge and your attitude that you are there to help rather than just pick up a paycheck.
Finally, be yourself. If you try to be someone else, it will show and your answers and comments will not ring true. There is only one you, and nobody can do it better.
We are always on the look out for more Experts to advise our readers – if you’re a headhunter, job coach, career advisor, etc., and may be interested in contributing to this edition from time to time, please contact me at email@example.com.
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Al Roker has been the weatherman on NBC news’ TODAY, since 1996. He has had a successful career reporting on some of the history’s worst storms and natural disasters.
You probably have a good idea of what success will look like to you when you reach it. Yet, sometimes you must weather obstacles along the way; getting fired, working with a ‘Screamer,’ being out of work, making a mistake on the job. These are just a few examples of storms that interrupt the smooth sailing of building your career.
Here are 9 “career forces of nature” and how to weather them:
1. Earthquake. The unexpected shake-up that leads to you losing your job. OR being fired. Either way it’s awful. How do you weather it? You remember that people you admire who are extremely successful at what you want to do, have been fired too. Why does that matter? Because, since it happens to almost everybody, there is no reason to wear your termination like a scarlet letter. Too many people I’ve coached have told me stories about being in an interview and talking about being fired from their last job (or in some cases a job from years before). They couldn’t let go of the shame. There is nothing to be ashamed of. Instead focus on your plan for getting the next job.
2. Tornado. You know, the people who cause damage to anyone in their path? The difficult people. The mean people. The awful people. How do you weather the storm? You can either create a plan for getting a new job away from the horrible people, or find something so valuable in what you’re receiving from the work that you are able to rise above and possibly block out the horridness that surrounds you. Keep in mind that the later is hazardous to your health, so I would still keep the former in mind.
3. Drought. No work for months. How do you weather a drought? You plan for it. You are realistic about the nature of our industry and you make financial plans for droughts. Then when one hits, instead of feeling desperate you are able to appreciate the time off, knowing you will work again. You also use that time to deepen your relationships and do the ‘business work’ that I teach, which will lead to your next job.
4. Hurricane. Losing power in a hurricane is the equivalent to losing your sense of power and faith to pursue your dream. How do you weather the storm? You can wait for someone else to come along and restore the power or you can get back in touch with why you wanted to do what you do, for whom you do it, and how what you do not only affects people’s lives, it can also create really positive change in the world. What if you just changed one person’s life through your gift? You can turn the power back on anytime you choose.
5. Volcano. You’ve made a mistake at work that has erupted. How do you weather the ash that covers the explosive situation? You take responsibility and have the confidence to say that because you’ve now made it, it will not happen again. Whereas firing you and replacing you can create the same situation all over again. Everyone makes mistakes. Some people’s mistakes have even turned into career makers!
6. Snowstorm. A snowstorm covers everything in a blanket of cold white, causing the inability to see the path. How do you trek through the snow? You ask for help. When the path you’re on obscures and you can’t see clearly, it’s time for another set of eyes. Be sure to ask someone who is always ‘sunny.’
7. Thunder. When the roar of your family and friends about what you’re doing with your life gets to be a little too loud, it’s time to get out of the storm. How do you drown out the roll of thunder? You find new people to talk to; people who inspire and support you. Your family roars because they worry about you, so it’s difficult to completely get out of the storm. As long as you have other supportive people to turn to, you can weather this storm.
8. Lightning. The great job that strikes, but because you didn’t market yourself properly, nothing has come from it. How do you bounce back from lightning NOT striking twice? You either start all over, letting go of ‘what could have been’ or you find a way to breathe life back into your story about the great job. Hollywood does it all the time. Finding Nemo is being re-released, this time in 3-D. Same story, new way to see it.
9. Flood. Too many offers at once. May not sound like a bad problem to have, unless you’re in it and you have to choose between a client who has loyally hired you non-union for years and the opportunity to work on a big union project that could take you to the next level but has no guarantee. How do you wade through these waters? You do a lot of soul searching. You master the art of decision making and taking risks. If you go with the safe job, you let go of any future regret. If you take the risk, you create a marketing strategy so that whatever happens with the job, it will propel you to the next level.
1. Evaluate which of the storms affect your career path.
2. Create a ‘weather preparation kit’ in case a storm hits.
We watch Al because he helps us prepare! And if you prepare for a disaster it won’t be as disastrous as it could’ve been.
Jessica Sitomer,The Greenlight Coach,is a top Entertainment Industry Speaker and Coach and is the author of And…Action! Powerful, Proven, and Proactive Strategies to Achieve Success in the Entertainment Industry. To learn more about her, visit, www.TheGreenlightCoach.com.
Questions from our Readers
Answered by Jessica Sitomer
Research the position and the companies, prepare personal stories that reveal the top 3 traits that you want the interviewer to know about you (instead of listing traits that make you right for the job, have a life/job experience story that reveals those traits), do mock interviews with friends, compile questions for the interviewer (you are interviewing them as mush as they are interviewing you), and finally, and possibly most important, check your attitude… are you coming from a place of enthusiasm and confidence or a place of desperation and frustration?
I’ve been underpaid by my current employer and worried that the trend will continue with my next employer. How do I avoid this happening?
Refuse job offers that don’t pay you enough. That said, you must be reasonable with your expectations of future employers, and you must be able to demonstrate why you want the salary you’re asking for.
Jessica Sitomer, The Greenlight Coach, answers an entertainment industry question daily at www.AndActionBook.blogspot.com.
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Erica Hill, formerly a CBS News anchor is joining NBC News as a National Correspondent and Weekend Today Co-Anchor. Erica joins Lester Holt, Jenna Wolfe and Dylan Dreyer on the weekend edition of NBC’s morning program beginning tomorrow. She will co-anchor both the Saturday and Sunday editions and contribute to other NBC News programs and platforms.
Later — John
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