When it comes to interviews, making a stellar first impression is key. Here are some quick tips:
Arrival Time: Be punctual but not too early. Aim to arrive 10-15 minutes before your interview to show you’re organised.
Reception Area: Greet everyone in the reception area with a friendly smile. It’s a small world, and you never know who you might meet.
Offered a Drink?: While it’s polite to be offered a drink, it’s a good practice not to accept it. This keeps you focused and prevents potential distractions. A simple ‘No, thank you, I’m fine for now’ is the way to go.
Boardroom Waiting: When waiting in the boardroom, sit up straight and stay alert. Avoid fidgeting or using your phone.
Greeting the Interviewer: When the interviewer arrives, stand up confidently and offer a firm handshake. It shows your professionalism.
During the Interview: Sit comfortably, maintain eye contact, and listen actively. Remember, it’s a two-way street – you’re interviewing them too!
End of Interview: At the end, thank the interviewer for their time. Express your interest in the role and ask about the next steps.
Good luck out there, candidates! Interviews can be nerve-wracking, but a little preparation goes a long way. Keep it professional, and you’re on the right track to success
Team Leader Engineering