Learn how to ace a job interview for a creative role. Get tips on what to wear, when to arrive, what to say, and how to follow up afterwards.
- You've done the hard part. You've landed a job interview. But trust me, it's pretty easy to screw things up. You want to make sure that you are ready for the interview and that during the interview, you know how to behave. After all, the goal here is to make the interview memorable so you stand out. But for only the right reasons. There are also some key follow up steps you need to do after the interview to make sure that you land the job. My name's Rich Harrington and we're going to continue our look at how to not screw up a job interview. This is the second part in the series and in the first part, we talked about all sorts of great techniques to help you get prepared for the interview. But now it's the interview day and there are things you need to realize. This course tackles a couple of key steps. You're going to learn what it takes to make sure you're ready for the job interview from wearing the right clothes to showing up on time. We'll then explore specific techniques that you should use during the job interview. Things like eye contact, follow up questions, and really expressing your passion and enthusiasm. And we'll take a look at things that are often overlooked, what you do after the job interview. Professional follow up is another chance to show that you are interested and that you're the best candidate for the job. Let's go ahead and jump right in and show you how to not screw up a job interview.
- Dressing for a job interview
- Bringing the right materials
- Maintaining eye contact
- Knowing your long-term goals
- Asking about next steps
- Following up with the interviewer
- Staying positive and confident