How to speak effectively in your interview part 2 of 4

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This blog is a snippet from my podcast and video where you can listen and watch the full versions here.






This is part 2 of 4.


Let’s jump in here.

Ask questions 

When you’re going for an interview you need to make sure that you’re prepared with engaging questions to make it look like you want the job.  Try to prepare stuff like:

  • What are the opportunities for promotion?
  • How can I implement new innovation?
  • What are the multi-agency working opportunities? 
  • When will I be notified if I’m successful,
  • How will I be notified, 
  • When does this role start 
  • Is there going to be a chance of a handover with the person leave him
  • How many people will I be working with 
  • What training is offered 
  • What floor will I be located on 
  • What are the company benefits 
  • What’s the dress code what are the hours 
  • What are the times for x?


As you can see the list goes on and on the list goes on and on and on as you see.

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  • Thank you note


Send a handwritten thank you note or card to the person who interviewed you. Make sure you’re nice you speak and encouraging to everyone.  Leave a good impression the moment you come in and when you leave because the interviewer may even go and ask the person who’s bringing you into the interview room.  So you don’t want to shoot yourself in the foot just by being rude to someone. 



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I am excited to see you improve in this area. Don’t forget the next part is out next week, so stay tuned.


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