Planning an interview is better than never devising a prospect answer prior to the big day. Good communication with the interviewer encourage them to think that you are the best candidate to do the job. So here are some tips for you to incorporate into your interviewing process.
1. SELF INTRODUCTION
Tell a brief answer about your goals, experience, interests and communication skills.
2. ENUMERATING STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES
Emphasize good traits that are only related to the job you are applying for. In terms, if weakness, mention an area that you are working to improve.
3. INTENTION OF APPLYING TO THE JOB
In this part, look at your interviewer's eyes and tell honestly how you can apply your skills for the company's benefit. Tell how your interests and goals match that of the company.
4. HIRING PART
When asked 'Why should we hire you?', take the opportunity to highlight your unique qualities you can bring to the job.
5. CHALLENGE SITUATION
The interviewee mostly asked challenging questions to check your flexibility. In case, don't be afraid to say that you would ask questions of your supervisor and approach each challenge as a learning opportunity.
Planning your triumph is your blueprint to success. Careful planning of your goal increases your efficiency and gives you direction, so the possibility of committing mistakes is lessened.
Remember, this is your life, and nobody has the right to drive it but you. So, let's sit down and prepare the roadmap of your life's success.
There are four letters you have to imprint in your heart as we begin this.
G stands for Goal.
Every success starts with a goal. Go and ask the experts, and they will have the same answer. Hence, ask yourself, what do you really want to accomplish? What kind of success do you want to achieve?
O stands for On-the-date.
All goals must be SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Time-bounded), so prepare a timetable and outline the ladder to the day you want to achieve your dream success.
A stands for Action.
Motivate yourself until the last day. Take into action every single detail you have written in your timetable.
L stands for Lead on.
The bigger role to achieve your goal lies in your hand. Lead your team by making them know your vision, then make them involved. Your keys to leadership are Empathy, motivation, and role modeling.
Declare your relevant and meaningful goal and write it down as a form of commitment.
2.) State your "why"
State your motivations- why it's important to you, what benefits you will get from it, and how you will stay accountable.
3.) Set a deadline
Set a reasonable deadline to avoid procrastinating.
4.) Set a reward
Set a reward to look forward to and to motivate your more
5.) Break it down
Break down your goal to avoid overwhelm by setting progress markers and deadlines for each.
6.) Plan ahead
Identify obstacles you might face and come up with solutions to overcome them and eliminate excuses.
Once you have your goals it’s also equally important to make a plan to achieve them, here's how to do it
What exactly do you want to accomplish? Who needs to be involved? What resources do you need?
How will you know when you've reached your goal? How will you measure and track results? Ask yourself how much and how many?
Does your desire for the goal plus the possibility of achieving it make it attainable? Do you have time to work on this goal? Is there anything you will need to drop to make it happen?
Is this goal worthwhile? Does it fit with your aspirations and values? Does it fit with what else you have going on in life currently?
When will this goal begin and end? What do you hope to have achieved a quarter of the way and half the way through? Set milestones. Decide on what your acceptable level of the slippage will be.
"The road to success and the road to failure are almost exactly the same." -- Colin R. Davis