5 Secrets of Interview Success for Jobseekers.

Understanding the importance of personal impact

The Jobseeker with great skills and experience does not compulsorily get the desired job! The Jobseekers look and dress and speak, and whether they come across as likeable people are the importance factors that influence the decision which make by many interviewers. Some research reveal that interviewers more tend to hire the person that they like rather than people who has the right skills, but comes across as boring or arrogant!

It is important to manage your personal impact before interview. For example, it is a good suggestion to present yourself as a person you think the interviewer is looking for. Think of an interview as a first date. If you go on a date with someone you are attracted to, I will bet that you probably make a bit more of an effort than usual.

If you were to behave in the way that employer like to see, and you are more likely to get offered the job!

Maintaining eye contact

The successful Job seekers always regard their eye contact skills as a significant tool. Thus, why is it that the ability to maintain eye contact is so highly regarded? Why a lot of people willing to pay more attention to what the eyes of a person say than listening to what the person expresses with their words?

In maintain the confident level of eye contact during interview is greatly improve the chance of getting job. Not only will the person you are speaking to feel a greater connection with you but they will also consider you as a more competent and trustworthy individual. 

The way you make eye contact with the interviewer can greatly influence the decision of them. If you unable to maintain even the slightest level of the eye contact, the results of your interactions may possibly suffer from it.

Try to look at the interviewers in the eyes for about 90 per cent of the time during the interview. Next, when you answering the question, aim to maintain eye contact with interviewers. It makes they feel that you are feel confidence and polite. However, you can still look away occasionally- for instance, you can look away into the middle distance when thinking about the question being asked by them. Once you comprehend the skill of maintain eye contact – without staring aggressively- you will most likely be more successful in conveying your ideas.

Keeping in listen actively

It is not enough for paying attention or just listen. The interviewer must actively see that you are paying attention. Good Jobseekers use a technique called “active listening” to demonstrate visibly to an interviewer that they are listening to the interviewers’ every word. 'Active listening' means, as its name suggests, actively listening. That is fully concentrating on what is being said rather than just passively ‘hearing’ the message of the speaker.

- Show that you understand what is being said. For example, nod occasionally when the      interviewer speaks.

- Use vocal cues such as “uh-huh”, “yes” and “mm-hmm” intermittently to give the interviewer confirmation that you are following the gist of the conversation.

Using your hand and body

- Keep your posture upright at all times. Avoid letting your shoulders hunch forwards if you are nervous or tired.

- Avoid crossing your legs or arms. It is considered as a sign of defensiveness if crossing both of its.

- Use your hand to emphasize key points. Hand gestures more sincere and credible. Thus, use your hands occasionally to make yourself more visually engaging – for instance use your fingers to counting the points off or use your hands as illustrate tool to explain the stories.


Research the Company, and Show What You Know

Trying to do some research about the employer and the company, so you are getting ready for the question being asked during interview, “ What do you think about our company?” if the question is not asked by interviewer,  you should try to illustrate what you know through the research done before.

You can do this by tying what you have learned about the company into your responses.  For instance, you say, “I found or noticed that your company invented a new product last year, your customer are attracted and company satisfaction ratings improved dramatically. I am very well-versed in the new technologies with developing new invention at company, and appreciate a company who strives to be a leader in its industry.”

You are able to find out a variety of useful information through the research. It could be concerned with company’s history, values and mission, organization culture, and recent successes on its website. You must have a look at the blog or social media that introduced by its company.