5 Quick Tips to Impress Your Interviewer

The most significant part of any hiring process is the interview after resume. A face-to-face interview is like an opportunity that allows you to leave a good impression of yourself. According to some interviewers, the candidate has the first 30 seconds of impression; in that 30 seconds, the interviewer knows whether he/she has potential or not.

In your case, you might have more than 30 seconds, but you must make an excellent impression in the first meeting. Once the interview starts, you can carry on with your professional appearance and attitude throughout the interview.

5 Quick Tips to Impress Your Interviewer

Interviewers from any organization determine a candidate’s potential on the basis of the resume and interview. No wonder why candidates look nervous!

However, below are the 5 quick tips to impress the interviewer the time you enter the meeting room;

1.     Professional Handshake

If your hands are sweaty or flimsy, don’t offer a handshake because the person in front of you can be the CEO or senior manager. Instead, you can make a firm handshake with your prospective interviewer or employer. While shaking hands, make sure you do it with one or two pumps from your elbow to hand. It’s a nice way to showcase your confidence.

During the outbreak of COVID-19, avoid handshake if you and your employer aren’t wearing gloves. You can simply greet with words.

2.     Stay Serious

Stay formal with the human resource department when the interview starts because a casual approach can close your fate. Always treat every interview as if it’s your one and only opportunity to get a job to the recruiter. Laughing or joking with the employer during an interview can make them eliminate you from their hiring process.

3.     Practice Interviews

The famous saying “Practice makes you perfect” is for the interview as well. When there is an interview of yours in an organization you’re not interested in, you must go for it and get valuable experience. While going for such job interviews, you’re preparing for future opportunities.

4.     Stay Enthusiastic

A positive attitude is your strongest skill in an interview. Many interviewers don’t even give a second chance to the candidates with a negative presence. Your friendly (not over-friendly) attitude and a positive smile can leave an impressive impression on the whole human resource department.

5.     Be Attentive & Ask Questions

When you go for an interview, it’s significant that you have a handful of relevant questions for the employer. You can ask about the major job role/duties or the challenges of this job. By asking these types of relevant queries, you can show your potential. Also, it shows that a candidate has opinions or a strong personality to lead.


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