Join Careercake for an in-depth discussion in this video On the day: Making a good first impression, part of How to Succeed at Assessment Centres.
- Okay, so first impressions definitely, definitely count. … And we all know that, we hear that all the time, … but it's not just first impressions with the decision maker … that we have to remember. … So I wanted to talk to you and give you some little tips on … what to do on the actual day. … Well, firstly do not arrive more … than 10 minutes early, okay? … 15, 10 minutes is absolute maximum. … The reason being is that we don't like keeping … people waiting, okay? … So when somebody turns up for an interview or a meeting half … an hour earlier, you know, … you feel bad and you're rushing what you're doing. … And then you're in a little bit of a negative … stress mindsets, and it can be a little bit inconvenient … when people are waiting for you and a bit early. … So don't turn up too early and we also don't want to make it … look like you can't manage your time. … So 10 to 15 minutes is perfect, … but then going back to what I said about first impressions, … every single person that you meet on this day is the most …
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