Critical Interview Tips
Every interviewer asks for an introduction. A candidate should be prepared with the best 4-5 liner summary starting with his present position and job role. You should give a very crisp summary of past roles, but don’t discount your education degrees and achievements in those roles.
All interviewers ask for personal details as well. This question is best answered by a brief about your immediate family and should have mention of your interest. Mention those hobbies where you have won some laurels to create an impression on the interviewer.
Every interviewer will want to check you’re on the ground know how and understanding. Make sure you know the latest trend in your industry and company in particular. It helps to talk about them in a manner where you can highlight your achievements as well.
Being punctual will only win you good points. Arriving late and then justifying that with excuses will spoil your reputation even before an interaction.
Common sense is becoming uncommon. Hence wishing the interviewer, saying things like – thank you, please, pardon me (when you haven’t understood a query well), if I may add (when stating a personal opinion), have a good day, it was a pleasure meeting you all – will reflect well on you.