Before the Interview
* Learn everything you can from the company
* Learn your talents, your experience and your education
* Move the curriculum and meet perfectly, as it is based on the
* Get a list of your weaknesses and prepare arguments to defend
* If you cite in writing the right thing is to call to confirm your attendance
* Fails to go with dark glasses
* Check your appearance (avoid flashy clothes, well dressed / to clean / shave ay)
* Go alone to
* Arrive early (5 minutes before)
* Prepare the interview, the coach is going to do it
During the Interview
Create a good impression. First impressions are important. Many entrepreneurs believe that after looking in through the door for a candidate to see how the hand and sit down, they can decide on their worth
* Greet the interviewer with a conventional formula: Good afternoon, Mr. Ruiz
* Sit down / right to, or at the edge of the chair (insecurity), or repantingado / a (disrespect)
Do not be the * / The first to reach out
* Greet with a handshake and smile, looking into the eyes
* Do not sit until you say
* No tutees unless you indicate
* Watch / a nice / a
* Evita get nervous gestures ay indicate that as the bite nails, beat with the pen on the table, agitarte in the seat …
* Do not smoke
* Do not interrupt
* Look the interviewer in the eye, but not intimidating
* Let him take the initiative
* Do not talk too much or too little
* Watch your language
* No of kids aggressive / or a sensiblón / a
* Do not be very close to him
* Do not put your elbows on the table of the interviewer
* Do not cross your arms, it may seem that you’re on the defensive
If they offer you a drink but you can accept, other than alcoholic
Think before answering
* Answer clearly and briefly
* Say the truth always
* If you wonder about yourself / to emphasize your education, experience and outcome of your work
* Do not use words far-fetched
* Do not reply with equivocation or doubt, or monosyllables
* Do not wait too long to respond, it might seem symptomatic of distraction
* Do not use sweeping terms “always, never,” or use hoselines “marrow,” “this”, “good” …
* Show enthusiasm for the job, but it begged
* Do not talk ill of the companies in which they have worked
* Do not refuse to answer questions
* If you ask how to type: If you travel with your boyfriend / girlfriend asked what one or two rooms? Answer that you feel this issue is irrelevant to deduct your suitability for the position to choose that. Say it seriously but not aggressively. These questions assess your emotional control
* Do not ask for the job as if it were an alms
* Do not say you need to work terribly
* Do not criticize past employers
Example: Do not say, “I finish my studies and I have no experience” with a focus otherwise the correct answer would be “I am available for work and willing to implement all the knowledge I have gained in my studies
* On the possibilities of promotion, the company or the job
Express your gratitude
After the Interview
Analyzes the results, note strengths and weaknesses … can serve for a second interview or for further interviews at other companies.
* Tell me about yourself
* Tell me a story of your life you successfully solved a problem
* What if your company wins the contract to you instead of another candidate? What element differential provide?
* If you were in charge of making this selection and I were the candidate, what qualities would you like to meet me?
* Do you enjoy working with people or prefer to work alone?
* Do you consider yourself as a leader or a follower? Why?
* What was the most important decision taken in the past?
* Defínete yourself with five adjectives qualifying. Justifícalos.
* What have you learned from your mistakes?
* Just as you start?
* Think about …… a teacher, a friend, your boyfriend / a. If I ask you how are you, what do you think you would reply?
* If all jobs have equal pay and equal social status, what you really like to do?
* Describe your scale of values
* What do you people get mad?
* Do you sleep well?
* How to react normally to the front rank?
* How do you insert into a team?
* What impression you think that after you’ve taken from this interview?
* Why study architecture, law, economic ………?
* How to decide to explore other careers ………….?¿ What attracted you?
* Who most influenced you to choose your career?
* What subjects you liked most / least and what sacabas best / worst notes?
* To what extent are your grades in your personal effort and to what extent your intelligence?
* What changes would have introduced into the curriculum of your Faculty or School, if you had been?
* What was the most rewarding experience during your life as a student?
* Do you think continuing your studies or extend in any way?
* If you re-start your studies, so what would you do differently?
* In your training, what seminars or short courses you have done and what motivates you to do it?
* Did you have a position representative of a student during your time? (Delegate of course, a member of the Tuna …
* Tell me about your activities outside your studies
* Do some work student (classes, summer jobs, practices …)?
* What did you learn during your previous work? What is the role? What is the charge?
* You should supervise the work of someone?
* Which of your previous work you like most / least? Why?
* What is your creative project or solution?
* How do you take with your peers, your bosses, your subordinates?
* What was the most unpleasant situation that you saw? How did you face?
* Describe the best boss you’ve ever had. And the worst
* Descríbeme a typical day at your job
* How did you get that job, that practice …?
* What do you know about our company?
* What attracts you to her?
* What work environment you prefer?
* Would you prefer a predictable or changing a job?
* What do you think relations should exist between a chief and his immediate staff?
* Be willing to move to another city to live in another country, or travel frequently?
* Do you have any geographical preference?
* What do you think can be most difficult for you to move from student life to working life?
* Which department (marketing, finance, production, trade …) attracts you most?
* What are your strengths and your weaknesses for this position?
* What do you see yourself doing in five, ten years?
* What are your long-term goals? How do you think you can achieve?
* How did you hear about this position?
* Why do you think you are going to succeed in this job?
* What kind of boss you’d like to work?
* And what kind of boss think eventually collide?
* Would you be willing aaa conduct a training course by the company before being hired for?
* How much you want to win now (and within five years)
* Do you prefer working in a large, medium, small, public, private …?¿ Why?
* Do you like the predictability of a job whose starting time know and end time, or prefer a job that today do not know exactly what you do tomorrow?
* When can you join the job?
* What people at companies you’ve worked on you can give us references?
* Do you participate in other selection processes?
* What do you think of ….. monetary union, terrorism, feminism, politicians, unions ………?
* Discuss with your padres-esposa/o-novia/o the impact of your work?
* Who do you live?
* What is your family?
* You have a girlfriend / o – wife / o? What do you think of this?
* What do you do in your spare time?
* What are your favorite hobbies?
* What is that last book you read? What do you think?