The ability to answer “who are you” in a concise, articulate manner can make or break an interview. Start strong, build on your strengths and keep the interviewer engaged. In this video from Big Interview you will find the answers – practice these to keep your interviewer engaged and improve your chances of hire.
Hiring managers expect you to have prepared and be able to ask questions. An interviewer does not rate you highly if you are not well enough prepared to ask questions. After all, you want to ensure that the employer is right for you – and that your career will progress should you join them. In this video, sourced from Work it Daily, you will find the questions that top talent ask potential employers, and how they do so in a manner that creates dialogue and great communication opportunities.
This post was co-written with Elizabeth McLeod, a millennial and cum laude graduate of Boston University, and daughter of Lisa Earle McLeod.