6. A Good Assessment of yourself
Researching the Organization
Updating your resume
Preparing a List of Commonly asked questions
Understanding the Venue details
Preparation for an Interview
7. Dress Appropriately as per the corporate setting.
Reach 10-15 minutes early.
Don’t hold negative thought of not being selected
Don’t feel nervous.
8. Treat everybody with courtesy and respect
Maintain good eye contact throughout the
Be alert and sit straight in your seat
Respond to question warmly and with
Tips for Successful Interview
9. Interview body language
Your body language can have a significant impact on how you’re perceived,
and so you have to be aware of it from the moment you step through the
door. That’s right, you’re being judged even before you’ve uttered your first
10. Do’s and Don’ts for body language
Make eye contact
Use your hands
Touch your face
13. The Interview Day
An Interview is not a test of your knowledge, but your ability to use it at the
Be so good, they can’t ignore you.
-(by Steve Martin)
The Day of the Interview :
During the Interview
14. During The Interview
Provide speciﬁc examples when possible using the
SARA method (Situation, Action, Result, Application).
Body Language : -
Mainly consists of PEHL (Posture, Eyes, Hands & Language).
Body language is a very powerful tool. We had body language before we had
speech, and apparently, 80% of what you understand in a conversation is read
through the body, not the words.
15. Do’s and Don’ts of an Interview
× Don’t slouch & fidget.
× Don’t talk negative.
× Don’t chew gum.
× Don’t smell of sweat.
× Don’t leave in a hurry.
Be an attentive listener.
Be brief & concise in your response.
Be positive & display your interest.
Show your enthusiasm
16. Frequently Asked Questions
Why should we hire
Tell me something
about yourself !
What are your
What are your
What are your skills
What is your career
What do you know
Where do you see
yourself five years
down the line?
18. After an Interview
The period after a job interview is important for a few reasons:
It provides you the opportunity
It is a chance to elevate yourself
An interview shows eagerness for the job
19. Ask for contact information
Assess your interview performance
Send a thank you note to the hiring manager
Connect on social media business networking sites
Get comfortable with waiting
Common things to do after an interview
20. Negotiation Skills
The main purpose of negotiating is to get closer to your objectives.
As people say, “Negotiation is all about a win-win situation.”
21. Put yourself in the other persons shoes and consider how they
would react to your proposals.
Do not stick to a specific point of negotiation.
Follow different styles and mannerisms to negotiate.
Be comfortable in whatever style you choose.
Be calm, relaxed and focused.
Techniques required to be a good negotiator
22. Begin in a friendly way
Make a good opening offer
Express understanding of their interests
Negotiate contingent on performance
Explore alternative compensation
What to do when negotiating for higher pay