Interview: At The Interview

Do not think it’s easy to be on the other side of the chair. The person who interviewed you, it may be no less worried than you. If you are experienced enough, you can even to take the initiative. But this must be done carefully, because you may not like it. Perhaps its main objectives are at least three: 1 to obtain the maximum useful information and impressions of the particular candidate; 2...

November 11th, 2011 by lz3ai 

Interview: The most frequently asked questions

What skills and knowledge you have that makes you suitable for the position? Why do you think that you meet the requirements that we put to acting? What are your specific achievements in the field? (more…) Click:FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...
November 10th, 2011 by lz3ai 

Interview: Some guidelines for success

Do not be afraid to demonstrate your strengths. Modesty is not an advantage. When asked about your weaknesses, try to describe them as advantages. Do not “guess” what the interviewer thinks. Some of the most embarrassing situations in which an applicant can face are related to improper interpretation of him possible acquaintances, origin, beliefs interviewers. They can be your suppositions...

November 9th, 2011 by lz3ai 

Interview: After the interview

Part of professional etiquette is a candidate to receive a response from you, whether it is positive or negative. Remember that the entire interview is a way to promote your business name and your company to create and maintain a very good impression of her. Immediately after the interview, write down their impressions. Send as possible rather short and polite thank you letter or card to each interviewer....

November 8th, 2011 by lz3ai 

Interview: Looking for feedback

At the end of the interview or even later (you can call the interviewer) you can ask for feedback on your performance during your conversation. It is useful to know what makes a good impression and what has bothered interviewers. In addition, if you are open enough to provide you with information about your chances of success and help you improve your performance in future interviews. Note that asking...

November 7th, 2011 by lz3ai 

Interview: Sample questions and conclusion

What are my chances to be appointed to the position? How do you see my application in terms of job requirements? Can I ask for your opinion on my performance during the interview? Can you advise me on what I have to work, so I am more successful in subsequent applications? (more…) Click:FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...
November 6th, 2011 by lz3ai 

Manipulate, but correct: The first law of the manipulation

selected from the book by Joseph Kirschner Manipulation is an essential element of human communication. Manipulated on the day of his birth, we are trying to manipulate everyone and constantly in its own interest. To impose their views, to convince others to be approved in a hostile world without letting you use to get your hands on anything you want to have – it requires to master the rules...

November 30th, 2009 by lz3ai 

Manipulate, but correct: The second law of the manipulation

selected from the book by Joseph Kirschner Which fails to attract the attention of others, do not expect that someone will listen. Who did so to hear there is no chance to have and affect others in their interest. The crucial step of waiting for action – the decision to get rid of passivity and to proceed to action. To take the risk. To act rather than wait, as usual. Attract attention to themselves...

November 29th, 2009 by lz3ai 

Manipulate, but correct: The third law of the manipulation

selected from the book by Joseph Kirschner You could sell a man everything or almost everything. The condition is to offer him a suitable container. Package is most impressive when promises satisfaction of a need or solve a problem. In most cases, it is irrelevant whether the promise will be kept. It is crucial to what extent the content will strengthen the hope of the promise of solving the problem. Packaging...

November 28th, 2009 by lz3ai 

Manipulate, but correct: The fourth law of manipulation

selected from the book by Joseph Kirschner Veracity of a statement increases as more consistent and convincing repeat it. Distributing a statement claiming that its authenticity has been confirmed by others awakens need to integrate into the crowd, no matter how the credibility of others is indeed the truth. Fourth Law states: “With the number of repetitions of a statement increases the perceived...

November 27th, 2009 by lz3ai 

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