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  • manners.

  • You've got a job interview etiquette out there.

  • You've got internship interview etiquette out there, and you all might be thinking, Why are we here today to talk at all about etiquette for job interviews?

  • Well, when you think about it, an interview is a conversation with somebody that might just be the most life changing conversation you ever have.

  • So no pressure, right?

  • It's okay.

  • A couple of reasons why I do think that this is really important.

  • Number one.

  • This is something that can really set you apart from the crowd, and we all know that there's a lot of job applicants out there right now.

  • Number two.

  • It's expected of you interviewers are gonna be looking for the things were about to talk about, and, frankly, none of these things were going to talk about should be a reason that you don't get a job for which you have experience and qualifications to Dio, and lastly, it's a really great chance to show the respect and the interest and the appreciation you have for the opportunity to interview.

  • So there's six things that I want all of you to know today about interview etiquette.

  • So here we go.

  • Number one prepare.

  • Prepare more than you think.

  • You need to dio.

  • Okay, and prepare out loud.

  • By the way, this might some kind of silly, but you're going to do this in the shower when you're walking the dog.

  • Maybe when you're in the car.

  • You could do this with a friend, practice hearing yourself, say things out loud, like your strengths or maybe answering questions that you think you might be asked in an interview.

  • This is gonna get you comfortable hearing yourself say this kind of stuff out loud and that comfort is going to translate into confidence when you're actually in the interview.

  • Okay, so number to dress up a notch.

  • Okay, a notch.

  • From what?

  • Well, it's not always about being really fancy.

  • You want to be appropriate to whoever you're visiting, So if you don't know, it's okay to call a receptionist or human resource is HR and find out what the normal attire is.

  • The place you're going into is a great way to show that you value the culture that you're entering into number three be on time.

  • No big shocker, right?

  • I heard a story about a guy Really qualified candidate at a major tax company, and he was nine minutes late for his interview.

  • And I know that number was nine because that's how much this company cared about timeliness.

  • I'll tell you something.

  • He didn't get the job.

  • He walked in, and the interview sounded like this.

  • We really wanted to hire you, but we just can't.

  • You were late.

  • We're sorry.

  • Here's the thing.

  • I think it's a great idea when you go in for a job or internship interview to do a dry run, find out how long that commute will take you to get there so that you know, Number four the handshake.

  • OK, now you guys have all done handshakes.

  • I know that.

  • So you know that I contact is really important way to show acknowledgement, recognition and confidence.

  • You smile so that you look at ease so that you are welcoming the handshake itself, right?

  • You want to really complete handshake?

  • None of this sort of limp fish stuff that leaves you wanting to wipe your hands off Afterwards.

  • Some people talk about having a really strong handshake.

  • Right, Which you don't want, though, is that crushing handshake here?

  • Nobody wants that Nobody likes getting one of those either.

  • Then there's my favorite.

  • I call this one the glad hand, right?

  • This is when you shake somebody's hand and you're like, Yeah, nice to meet you.

  • And you're using both of them.

  • That's for the politicians.

  • Skip that one.

  • Now, there's something that you might not know about Handshakes, though.

  • And I want you all to do this with me right now.

  • And that is to stand up so everybody in the audience or if you're at home, you can do this there.

  • Stand up.

  • Beautiful.

  • You do that absolutely beautifully.

  • This is one of the best ways that you can show your respect.

  • Your meeting somebody at their eye level.

  • This is fantastic.

  • You guys can sit down again.

  • Beautifully done.

  • Number five.

  • This is about your smartphone or your cell phone or anything else that you've got with you.

  • I love mine.

  • You love yours.

  • But in the interview, you're gonna want to put him away.

  • It's like they don't even exist.

  • Don't want to see it.

  • Don't want to hear it.

  • Why?

  • Here's the deal.

  • You know, I like to know the reason why somebody is asking me to do something, and here it is, giving her full attention to somebody on our interviewer deserves.

  • That is one of the best ways that we can show our respect for that person.

  • When you divide that attention or distracted away by a device, it diminishes the respect that you're paying to them.

  • I think that's why people really feel this one.

  • This is a big one for people number six.

  • Thank you notes.

  • All right, How many people here raise your hands?

  • Have ever written a handwritten thank you note before?

  • Awesome.

  • I knew it All right now, off those of you out there who have already interviewed for a job or an internship, How many of you written a handwritten note for that opportunity?

  • This is a fantastic chance to really shine.

  • This is a great opportunity.

  • Now here's a thing.

  • I'm not just about hand written notes.

  • I'm all for email, too.

  • That's great.

  • So you can send one of each.

  • Your email is going to sound like this had just dropped a note in the mail.

  • I wanted to thank you right away for the opportunity to interview.

  • Yup.

  • I say a couple things about, you know something unique to the interview.

  • Maybe a little follow up.

  • These don't have to be really long.

  • They don't have to be identical, either.

  • They could be kind of close, but don't copy him and send one Teoh each person that you met with in the interview.

  • So those were the six things that I want you to know about job interviews to prepare more than you think and to prepare out loud to dress up a notch to be on time.

  • Have a great handshake that you stand up for.

  • Have your cell phone away, not a distraction, and descend thank you's afterwards, hand written and email to everybody that you meet with.

  • But here's the thing.

  • It can sometimes also be about nerves.

  • So before you go in dues with me right now, really big smile.

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把那些智能手機收起來。讓你的求職面試更有價值的小貼士--Anna Post (Put those smartphones away: Great tips for making your job interview count - Anna Post)

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