4. “Are you confident that I’m a person who can meet the challenges and issues that your company faces?” What you want to know here is that you’ve told the interviewer what they need to know to make a confident decision to hire you. This question will help you uncover any objections while you’re right there to answer them. Maybe there’s some doubt the hiring manager has about your experience or abilities, you can find out what it is and speak to that. It’s sometimes hard to do, but it’s worth it. (It becomes easier and more effective if you practice with an interview coach first.)
Candidates should go through their resumes before interview, study a bit about company profile, their customers, competitors, company’s market position, etc. All this will help to tackle with questions in the interview. Think for a second before you answer any question in the interview don’t fumble or give lengthy answers. Give precise and to the point answers. Sometimes employers ask tricky questions to test your presence of mind. Just be confident your interview, give answers in a decent manner, and sit erect in the chair while giving interview. Don’t be in hurry to answer let the interviewer finish his question and then you answer. Most of the time in excitement you may start answering before the interviewer finishes the question.
- Be Flexible: Flexibility is a very important parameter. An interviewer will always judge you on the basis of your capability to accept changes and adjust to the changes in your environment.
You may wear something slightly better than the usual outfit of the company. For example, if the usual dress code of the company is plain shirt and pants, you can wear semi-casual clothing during the job interview.
The first 30 days of your plan is usually focused on training–learning the company systems, products, and customers. So, most of your 30-day plan should focus on attending training, mastering product knowledge, learning specific company systems, traveling to learn your sales territory, meeting other members of the team, or reviewing accounts.The next 30 days (the 60-day part) are focused on more field time, less training, more customer introductions, reviews of customer satisfaction, and getting feedback from your manager.
One of the most common reasons for the interviewer leaving the interview with a negative candidate impression is lack of eye contact during the interview from the candidate. In a typical example of such a case, the candidate may leave the interview thinking that they have performed well. This is probably because they have answered the questions well, but looked away from the interviewer to concentrate on the answer to each question.