Join Careercake for an in-depth discussion in this video Arrogance vs. confidence, part of How to Succeed at Assessment Centres.
- This is something I really wanted to cover in this course, … confidence versus arrogance. … Now, you'll often hear people say that, … there's a very fine line between confidence and arrogance, … but that is not true they are completely worlds apart. … What people will often think in their head is confident … can be perceived to the wider world as arrogance … and I do not want you to make that mistake. … So, if you observe the following social etiquette, … we can avoid being seen as arrogant. … Do not interrupt conversations, … talk over others in your group, belittle others' opinions, … or be rude about what they've just said, … voice opinions without considering the impact … of what you are saying on others. … Do not force your views on the group regardless … of the consensus. … Do not use dominating body language, … no pointing, no rolling your eyes, … no hands on hips or frustrated huffs or puffs. … Do actively listen, be considerate to everybody's views. … Do back down if appropriate is okay not to be right …
This course was created by Careercake, the careers content platform. We are pleased to host this training in our library.
- Making a good first impression
- Work simulations
- Role plays
- Acing the interview
- Following up after the assessment