During an interview, your non-verbal communication has a great impact and ultimately affects the outcome of your interview.
Candidates will often favor a job opportunity that has a human touch. If a company representative is not involved from the initial stage of the hiring process, applicants might see themselves as nothing more than a number in an impersonal process.
A 30-60-90 plan is worth the effort. In an interview, this plan helps you stand out from other candidates and be memorable to hiring managers.
By following this advice, you’ll notice how your confidence grows and you will have the ability to crush those interview jitters indefinitely.
To follow up after the interview, write an email or handwritten letter, have a bottom line and know the limits of your negotiation.
To leave a lasting impression, create a 30-second elevator pitch, practice answers to your interview questions and don't fidget during the job interview.