Career Talk: Learn - Grow - Thrive
About This Show
This is the Career Talk podcast where we tell it how it is! We talk about all things career. Some topics include: career advice, resumes, interviewing, finding a new job, career growth, evaluating your career, books for personal development, when you should think about a new job, meetings, mornings and much much more!
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#43 - How To Sell Yourself In An Interview
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Career beta program waitlist: http://www.findingthebestfit.com/career-waitlist How to leave an iTunes podcast review from your iPhone: Go to the podcast app on your phone. In the bottom toolbar, tap search. In the top toolbar, enter the name of the podcast. Hit the podcast show graphic (not the episodes themselves). Go to reviews. Tap “write a review” I would be forever grateful if you could leave a review so others can find this helpful information. Episode Summary: Have you ever wondered how to better sell yourself in an interview? Or have you ever wondered how you could make yourself stand out from other people who are applying to the same positions? Instead of going through sales tactics, let’s talk about what candidates do that set themselves apart from the others. What candidates do to set themselves apart in an interview: 1) Research This is an all encompassing research. They understand the job. They have read the job description. They have researched the company. They understand what the company culture might be just by doing their research. Use websites like glassdoor.com and indeed.com to research while job searching. In the job description, they have called out the roles and responsibilities. They have researched the team I am hiring for using LinkedIn.com. They have also done their research on the organization. 2) Asking questions throughout the conversation This way it’s just me (or whoever is interviewing you) just asking questions. You don’t want to ask questions just for the sake of asking questions. 3) Tie it all in or connect the dots on their experience