Interviewee’s Advanced Guide to Controlling the Interview Flow
An interview is never set to your advantage. However, your employer knows precisely what attributes they are evaluating you on. Don’t get pulled into the fire of only answering uncomfortable questions. Instead, drive the narrative of your interview, take control of the questions being asked, build a strong impression, and demonstrate all your strengths without amiss. This guide is an opportunity to set you up for success.
"Success is where preparation and opportunity meet." - Bobby Unser
5 new bullets in your gun with this version are:
How to prime top 5-15 secs
Additional top approach to introduce yourself & dictate the next 30 minutes of the interview
Top 8 value-adding factors to include in your answer framing
What's the right way to investigate the company with a lineup of questions
Closing the interview with a powerful impression
Standing against 10 other interview prospects you might be the perfect fit for the job. But if you fail to put your best foot forward in an interview, the next thing you know is someone else’s foot in the door and their name on the wall. That is why, you don’t wait for the interviewer to draw out your strengths; you create your own opportunities. Here’s how!
A. Setting your narrative [template]
Before you even step into the interview, you must have your hooks planned out and practiced. Certainly, we don’t know the questions of the interview but we can still figure out a narrative that you can tell to leverage your achievements.
Map your narrative if you want to go above and beyond in your preparation like a true leader, with this template —>