Conversational Interviews and Interrogations
|April 9, 2012||Posted by admin under DECLARE - Network/Interview|
Conversational Interviews and Interrogations – Michael Neece
Most people have the wrong concept of job interviews. They falsely believe that a job interview is an event where the interviewers ask all the questions and the applicant only provides answers. This type of event is not an interview. It is an interrogation. During an interrogation, one person asks the questions while the other person provides responses. Do you really think people get hired by going on interrogations? I don’t think so.
17 to 1 Odds
Did you know that during a recession, the average job seeker will interview for 17 different jobs until he/she gets an offer? Yes, it’s true. Want to be better than average? Improve your odds of getting the offer by improving your interview skills.
Does the interview scenario I just described sound familiar? This scenario is repeated millions of times every month. In fact, 400 to 500 thousand job interviews begin, every business hour in the United States. Even during a recession, at least 400 thousand interviews begin every hour.
Read more: CrossRoads – Conversational Interviews and Interrogations http://www.net-temps.com/careerdev/crossroads/index.htm?op=view&id=4707&newsletter_id=1066&archive=1#ixzz1rYIsjGjh