No, you can not control how the interview will take place, nor can control the outcome. But you can greatly influence the way you present your personality and skills. Party to excel in an interview is preparation. Do your homework on the company you are applying. Read their performance if they are on the list. Surf to your website and be sure to read the About Us page, as well as news or press releases.
publications related to trade, or annual reports. Being able to talk knowingly about the issues that the recruiter may ask, is a plus on your side. Designed to impress, but not blindly with their fashion statement. If you have filed an application in person, and have some idea of what the staff of the business takes, then choose a middle of the road between any extreme team may have observed. Sober is always better. Before leaving home, make sure you have copies of your curriculum vitae, letters of reference, and work samples if appropriate. Taking more than you anticipate the need, provides a cushion against surprises, and shows he knows how to prepare for the unexpected.
Make sure you’re out the door in plenty of time for traffic problems or unforeseen delays. Time is money to a company, and timeliness can be the key that opens the door for you. Show that you appreciate the opportunity to apply for the post to arrive a few minutes before, and thanking the interviewer when you are admitted to his office. Never hog the interview jumping on an issue and run with it. Answer questions succinctly and honestly. Be prepared to respond as positively, issues affecting negative areas of your resume, as a gap in employment, or lack of experience in a particular area. Always end your interview with an optimistic attitude. As the recruiter is preparing to close its session, this is an opportunity to mention your USP (unique selling position) that skill or experience of a substantial work that has been said that the value or may be in the position is open. For example, you may be asked if you have any questions, then you can answer “No, thanks. I think the last two years in human resources management with the company X has allowed me to understand the needs of ________ (interviewer’s business) better. ” So, thanks to your interviewer, and ask what the next step in their selection process is. A note of courtesy by email or surface mail, thanking them for the opportunity to interview for the position can also be an advantage, which indicates the attention to the courtesy of doing business.