Wednesday, 30 March 2011
Saturday, 19 March 2011
You are entering the room for an interview what should be your attitude. Try these tips:
Try to discreetly hold a similar position / facial expressions as you accept counterpart. Avoid overly casual or arrogant positions, however. It is important that you listen carefully and give the feeling to be interested. Therefore, you can still occasionally nod in agreement and or ask questions.
The key points in * A solid, handshake
* Do not just sit down
* Do not refuse Drinks
* Mirror the other person
* The office is no living room, so do not sit too casual
* Arms do not intertwine
* provide nod, smile and issues is often seen
* Eye contact
* In striking gestures
* Clearly and distinctly
For career guidance
Tuesday, 15 March 2011
The well-known nervousness starts long before the actual interview. For days we struggle with the questions for the appropriate wardrobe or the perfect hairstyle. A neat appearance is important not to neglect and is added, however, much more. Of course everyone is excited when he enters the office of his possible future boss.
The right start
It is important to present themselves confidently, especially if one is applying for a higher office. A firm handshake is a single entry. Moist, wet and cold hands should be avoided. A little trick: Dry your hands before starting shortly on a handkerchief, or (if enough time) wash them with warm water. The first hurdle is done, followed by the second prompt. Sit only when you were asked or you have previously asked. If you are asked if you want to drink something, you agree to the principles forever. This is a gesture of courtesy, even if you have not thirsty.