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Keys to a successful interview – preparation and practice

Key Interview Skills

Self-evaluation It is important for you to think well about yourself and your past experiences.

Before the Interview – Research the Company: – Know well about company policies and culture.

Practice Interview:  Practice interview situation and questions enough to feel confident. Dress Professionally: – Be aware of the dress code. Arrival – Try to arrive at the interview location a little early.

During the Interview: First impressions – First impressions take only thirty seconds. Establishing rapport, direct and sustained eye contact, a firm handshake, a warm smile, good posture, and introducing yourself in a confident manner are important ingredients.

Smile – A smile denotes confidence in a candidate.

Body Language – Use good posture, and look the interviewer right in the eye. Sit up straight. Never slouch.

Speak Clearly – Don’t mumble. It portrays a lack of confidence. Speak with assurance. This indicates confidence.  Listen Before Answering – Allow the employer to begin the interview, but be prepared with some opening statements or questions such as, “I understand that this position involves.

Give Brief Answers – Make your answer concise and to the point. Rambling tends to suggest that you really don’t have the answer to the question(s) asked. Previous Employers – Never, ever say anything negative about your present or previous employers. No matter how much you may have disliked someone, find a way to give your experiences a positive spin.

Be Truthful – Don’t lie when asked about something you haven’t done. The next question will be “tell us about it. Know Your Resume – Be prepared to talk about every fact that is on your resume. Keep things at a professional level.

After the Interview. Back in Touch – Ask the interviewer when s/he expects to get back to you on her/his decision. Get Everyone’s Business Card – Before you leave, be sure to get the business cards of all of the people with whom you visited. If you cannot do that, ask a secretary for their names and e-mail addresses. Thank the Interviewer – Verbally thank the interviewer for taking the time to interview you, before leaving. Within a day, send thank -you letter to all of the interviewers with whom you spoke. This does not need to cons

Important General questions: –

  • Tell me about yourself.
  • What are your key experiences and accomplishments?
  • How would you rank your achievements?
  • What are your strengths and weaknesses?
  • How would your friends describe you?
  • Explain your reason for leaving your current job.
  • What are the most important things to you in a job?
  • What do you value in a supervisor?
  • How would you describe your management style?
  • What appeals to you about this job and organization?
  • Describe the ideal position in our company.
  • What qualities do you think make someone successful in our industry?
  • What would you like me to know most that is not on your resume?
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Balancing meditations for peaceful state of mind

 

Dear Friends,  These days do you feel confuse and not able to take any decision? Are you not able to manage those changes happening in your life? Do you feel lot of fatigue in your body?  These are the signs of imbalance in your body which can easily be removed by relaxing your mind and balancing your emotions.

Try this amazing meditation to achieve balance and remove all the confusions. Balancing emotional and physical energies of your body will help you to achieve better judgement and decisions.  Do like the video and share it with your friends.

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HANDY TRAVEL TIPS – SEASON GREETINGS

cc5eb5f9e8f5cbbfcadba059bea4d183Dear Friends,  Its Holidays and travel time, here are some very effective handy tips for happy and successful holidays.  

  • Back (packer) glance: Get in the habit of looking back when you get up to leave somewhere just incase you leave something valuable.
  • Separate your sources of money in different pockets. Use inside pocket, money belt.
  • Scan all your major travel documents and email them to yourself, digital is best – that way your documents won’t go missing even if your bags do.
  • Don’t trust strangers, always ask your hotel/hostel staff or friends if you have any.
  • Get travel insurance, this is mainly for health costs if you get ill or injured while abroad. Hospital costs can quickly get into the tens of thousands of dollars, even for a minor injury. Insurance is worth it.
  • Get vaccinated and stay healthy.
  • AVOID PDA means Public Displays of Affluence. If you’re travelling abroad, Leave your jewellery at home and keep your camera in a bag when you’re not using it.
  • Some things are best perfected at home-teaching yourself to ride a motorbike or jet ski in a foreign country is probably unwise.
  • Don’t leave your belongings unattended in public spaces
  • Give it up : if you are mugged, give over your wallet, watch etc. Just do it, and walk away uninjured.
  • Don’t give to beggars
  • Be wary of using your credit card at an internet cafe
  • Don’t pat stray dogs and cats
  • Take care of your travel partner and stay informed.
  • Have your basic medicine handy.
  • Last but not the least keep practicing your Reiki healing and exercise.

Happy Holidays….enjoyyyy and be safe.