Learn what to do on the day. We cover everything from what to do on arrival as well as top dos and don'ts.
- So, now we're on the interview day.…Okay?…So, I'm gonna talk to you about what to do on arrival.…I've already said don't arrive more than 10 minutes early.…But when you get there and you meet the person on reception,…or you meet anybody, even in the corridor,…I want you to make sure that you treat them like…the most important person you have ever met.…I have met so many people that have come in for interviews…with me in my building and have been a bit offish…with my PA ,or with the receptionist,…and then I've walked in the room,…they've turned it on.…But I always ask peoples' opinions.…I always say, "What did you think of them?"…And it's so important,…because it doesn't matter who you meet.…
That person that you pass in the corridor…on the way to the toilet,…they might be an influencer.…And a decision maker and an influencer…can be different things,…so make sure that everyone feels seen, heard, and valued.…Okay?…Secondly, when you're sat in reception,…don't use this as an opportunity to check your phone,…check Facebook, have a look at that one last chat…
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You've reached the final stage of the recruitment process. Now, all that stands between you and that job offer is the interview. In this course, Aimee Bateman shares her interview expertise—developed from years as a top recruiter and career coach—to help you ace your next job interview. Throughout this course, Aimee takes you through each stage of the interview process, explaining what to do on the day of your interview, how to confidently respond to common questions, and how to ask your interviewer thoughtful questions in return. Plus, she shares how to make sure the interviewer remembers you, as well as how to tackle other types of interviews, including phone and video interviews.
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