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  • Hey there, welcome back to Work It Daily, my name is JT and today I'm going to be talking to you about the two job interview mistakes everybody makes and how to avoid them.

    嗨各位,歡迎回到 Work It Daily,我是 JT,今天要來跟各位談談求職面試常犯的兩個錯誤以及如何避免。

  • But before I do that I just wanna remind you if you haven't done so already to make sure you hit the subscribe button.

    但開始前想先提醒你,如果你還沒訂閱的話請記得按下訂閱鈕。

  • Either down below or up here, and that way you're gonna get our fresh career content each and every week right to your inbox.

    下方或上方都有按鈕可以按,這樣你每周就能在收件夾獲得我們最新的職場內容。

  • And if you hit the bell it will even notify you.

    如果你按鈴鐺還能得到通知喔。

  • But now let's get down to the business of job interviews and the mistakes that everybody is making these days.

    那現在我們來進入主題,有關求職面試以及現今大家常犯的錯誤。

  • So as somebody who has been in the recruiting industry for a really long time, I can tell you that most people aren't trained in interview techniques.

    所以身為一位待在招聘業很久的人,我可以告訴你很多人在面試技巧上沒有準備地很妥當。

  • And this is something that we really should get more skilled at.

    而這是一項我們都應更擅長的能力。

  • Every job is temporary today, you're gonna interview for jobs multiple times in your lifetime.

    現今所有工作都是暫時的,你的一生將會經歷很多次的求職。

  • So knowing that this is the case, you really want to build your skills up.

    了解到這個情況,你真的該增強自己的面試技巧。

  • And both of the things that people make mistakes in that I'm going to mention today are around skill building.

    而今天我要提到的兩個大家在面試時常犯的兩個錯誤都跟技巧的建立有關。

  • So the good news is that you can solve both of these really easily.

    好消息是,你可以很容易地解決這兩個問題。

  • So the first mistake I see people make is not prepared to answer behavioral questions.

    我發現大家常犯的第一個錯誤是在回答行為問題方面沒有準備好。

  • Now behavioral questions are techniques that recruiters have been using for many years now.

    行為問題是招聘人員已施行多年的技巧。

  • And essentially what it is, is asking you an open-ended question that requires you to give a story or a longer answer.

    基本上就是問你開放式的問題,而這種問題通常要你給出一段故事或較長的答覆。

  • So I might ask you something like "Tell me about a time when you had a big problem to overcome in the office" or "tell me about a time you had to work with a difficult customer or co-worker, what did you do?"

    所以我可能會問你一些東西像是「談一段你在職務上克服大問題的經歷」或「談一段與難搞的客人或同事合作的經歷,你怎麼處理的?」

  • Anytime I ask you a question that requires you to go back into the history banks and share a story and come up with a conclusion.

    每當我問你一個需要你回到歷史記憶庫並分享一個故事然後給出結論的問題。

  • It's allowing me to understand your behavior, how you viewed the situation, how you handled the situation and how you were able to use that information to your advantage.

    這能讓我了解你的行為、你如何看待這個情況、如何處理這個情況以及你如何運用這些資訊增加自身優勢。

  • Now the mistake we see people make is not preparing to answer these questions correctly, and therefore when called upon to give this answer they're all over the map.

    而我們發現大家常犯的錯誤是沒有正確地去準備這些問題,所以當我請面試者回答這類問題,他們就會講話跳來跳去、無法理解。

  • So if you've ever been in an interview and you feel like your answer got really long-winded or went off track, went here or there.

    你有沒有參加過一場面試,而在面試時覺得自己的回答相當冗長或偏離主題。

  • Then that's a sign that you weren't prepared for a behavioral question.

    這就是你沒在行為問題方面做好準備的跡象。

  • And it's really important that you know how to do this.

    而了解如何回答行為問題是很重要的。

  • Because you want your answers to be very succinct and logical and factual.

    因為你要讓你的回答是非常簡潔、有邏輯且實際的。

  • You want it to sound like hey, I've been there, I've done that, I know what I'm doing.

    你的回答應聽起來像:「嘿,我去過那裡、我做過那件事、我知道我在做什麼。」

  • And so knowing how to answer those behavioral questions to convey that is very, very important.

    所以了解如何回答這些行為問題去傳達這種感覺是非常非常重要的。

  • Now the 2nd thing I'm gonna tell you that you need to think about and the mistake I see people make.

    我要告訴你第二件需思考的事情還有大家常犯的錯誤。

  • Is the fact that they don't make the interview a two way conversation.

    就是大家沒有在面試時進行雙向溝通。

  • Often times we think we're there, they're the interviewer they're gonna ask us the questions and it's our job to respond.

    有時候我們覺得我們在面試現場,他們是面試官,他們就會問我們問題然後我們的工作就是回答。

  • But it's not that, if you think about it, you're there to build a relationship.

    但並非如此,如果思考一下會發現你其實是在面試現場與面試官建立關係。

  • This is potentially somebody you're gonna work with every single day if you get this job.

    如果你得到這份工作,面試官很可能是將來每天要一起共事的人。

  • So that first interview is about your ability to build a relationship and have a conversation.

    所以第一次的面談著重在建立關係並進行溝通的能力。

  • And make that interviewer feel comfortable.

    還要讓面試官在面試中感到愉快。

  • And so you've gotta know how to do that.

    所以你應該了解如何做到。

  • And one of the important ways that you do that is by asking really great questions in the interview.

    其中一個重要的方式是在面試中詢問非常好的問題。

  • When you get to that point where they say, "Do you have any questions for us?" You should be fully prepared to ask questions specific questions that engage this person in a positive conversation, it makes them feel connected to you.

    當他們問你:「請問你對我們還有什麼問題嗎?」的時候,你應該準備好去問他們明確的問題,這類問題要能讓面試官參與到這場積極對話,這會讓面試官覺得與你有所連結。

  • And when you do that, you're in the early stages of that relationship building experience.

    當你這麼做的時候,你就處在關係建立的早期階段。

  • And that's gonna make them feel much better about you as a potential co-worker.

    這會讓面試官對於將來可能會成為同事的你觀感更佳。

  • So there you have it, two tips, two skills that you really need to build so that you don't make those classic mistakes that we see everyone make in job interviews.

    現在你明白了吧,兩項你真的必須建立的能力,能讓你不再犯下大家在面試時常犯的典型錯誤。

  • I promise you if you work on both of these things, your interviews are gonna go much more smoothly and you're gonna get a better reaction from the people that are interviewing you.

    我保證如果你改善這兩件事,你的面試將會更順利並從面試官身上得到更好的反饋。

  • All right before you go I just want to remind you.

    好的,在你離開之前我還是想提醒你。

  • Hit the subscribe button, make sure that you follow us each and every week.

    請按下訂閱鈕並確保每周追蹤我們。

  • And more importantly if you like what you heard here today then be sure to check out the link below.

    更重要地,如果你喜歡今天聽到的內容,請查看下方的連結。

  • It's either down here or up there.

    在下方或上方都有。

  • To our video called The 8 Ways You're Being Shut Out Of The Hiring Process.

    觀看我們的影片 — 八個你在面試過程被排除的狀況。

  • I can't tell you how many thousands of people have watched this video and have had major a-ha moments.

    我無法告訴你有幾千人看過這部影片並獲得很大的頓悟。

  • And the best part is this video is completely free.

    最棒的部分是,這部影片完全免費。

  • So what are you waiting for?

    所以你在等什麼呢?

  • Click the link, down here or up there.

    請點擊下方或上方連結。

  • Get our 8 ways video, start to remove the roadblocks that are holding you back from an amazing new job.

    取得我們的八個狀況的影片,開始把阻擋你獲得好工作的路障排除。

  • Alright thank you so much for listening and lastly let me remind you, if you wanna win you've gotta work it daily.

    好的,感謝你的聆聽,最後讓我提醒你,如果你想贏,那麼你每天都該有所努力。

Hey there, welcome back to Work It Daily, my name is JT and today I'm going to be talking to you about the two job interview mistakes everybody makes and how to avoid them.

嗨各位,歡迎回到 Work It Daily,我是 JT,今天要來跟各位談談求職面試常犯的兩個錯誤以及如何避免。

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