How can the examiner like you?
No matter how scientifically the interview type is designed, the temperament people like always plays a big role in determining who can get the job.
It is natural for people who appreciate us or who share our interests and opinions.
1. Show your similarities with the interviewer and company culture.
You may not be exactly the same, but you should find areas of interest that you share: such as movies you like, work methods, products, etc.
If you successfully make the interviewee who has the right to decide to hire an employee see you and their common ground, such as the world view, measurement and working methods, then you have won his favor and obtained job opportunities.
The following true story illustrates this: After several months of hard work, Xiao Qiang finally got the opportunity to interview with a large company in Singapore.
He did not dare to slack off when preparing for the interview.
As part of the preparation, Xiaoqiang went to the company where she was preparing to take the exam the evening before the interview.
He just wanted to see if there was something in the company’s office building, but while he was watching, a building administrator who was sweeping the floor noticed her and asked if he needed help.
Xiaoqiang told the truth: “I will be here for an important interview tomorrow.
I want to know about this place first.
“The administrator invited Xiaoqiang to the interviewer’s office (which may violate the company’s regulations) and showed him several very delicately crafted steamship models on high shelves.
Obviously, the interviewer is a collector’s fan.
That night, Xiaoqiang hurried to the library and checked the information about the old steamship.
The next day, when Xiaoqiang met the interviewer, he pointed to one of the ship models and said, “Hey!
Isn’t that sailboat Hudson?
“This immediately aroused the favor of the interviewer, and he was offered this job opportunity.
Listen to the interviewer’s questions, comment or feel that people like others to listen to themselves better than they listen to them.
You should summarize, retell, and respond to what the interviewer says to make the other person like you instead of just paying attention to what you are saying.
Don’t overdo it when praising. When you see something nice in the office, you can take the opportunity to praise a few words to break through the embarrassment of meeting, but don’t say it endlessly.
Most interviewers hate this blatant flattery.
Instead, you should get to the topic in time-work.
Suddenly the speech seems to be thinking when you pause. Doing this can make you suddenly think about it.
This approach is possible in a face-to-face interview, because the interviewer can see that you are thinking and want to answer it.
Exception: Don’t pause for thought during telephone interviews and video conference system interviews, otherwise there will be deadly silence.
Take a small notebook with you for your notes.
You can take notes when the interviewer speaks, especially after you ask a question, or when he is highlighting something.
Taking notes not only shows that you are listening, but also shows that you respect the interviewer.