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- Mirroring goes far beyond the first handshake. Watch your interviewers and follow their behavior. Don’t be the first to sit down, wait for them
- Always make a clear specific request when you ask a question. Try to ask questions that will allow you to make good tie-ins to your own abilities or strengths.
- A high level of tension can create lingering doubts and worry. It is critical that you not allow yourself to be anguished, falling into a trap: remain calm and confident.
- You should prepare for your interview by dressing for success.
- Control your body tics or involuntary movements. They normally work against you.
- Have someone else check on these before you attend the interview.
- Your body language sends a strong message; so look relaxed, yet determined, with a good posture.
- Speak clearly, thoroughly and intelligently using the language well; watch your speech patterns.
- Buy some time when you do not have an immediate answer for a question; ask for clarification.Use every opportunity to practice your interviewing techniques; ask a friend for help and simulate real conditions.
- Become your own observer. Videotape yourself and improve.