(Last Updated On: 24/05/2017)

An interview is different from person to person, from company to company, and from industry to industry. Nevertheless, many behaviors and also the body language can be trained in order to succeed in the interview. People pay attention not only to the professional qualification, but also to the behavior and the appearance of the applicant in an interview. We are providing you with tips on how to prepare properly.

Questions Training
Each interview is different, but certain questions and subject areas are standard. For example, you will usually have to keep a brief self-presentation. In addition, the staff will ask you about your professional career. Here, you should be free for a few minutes, but be pertinent and represent the most important figures from your resume.

Personality is also of interest to the company. You will also be asked questions about your strengths and weaknesses, how you work, your colleagues, your supervisors, and your leisure activities. If they want to put you to the real test, then stress questions can also be used. It is important to remain calm and not lose concentration.

It is also important that you are well informed about the company. Often, people ask your knowledge about business figures, products, competitors, and branch centers. This will test your motivation and your interest in the company.

Body Language Training
For the first impression in the interview, your appearance and appearance are decisive. Since everyone, with their body language, send signals permanently to their environment, staff also pay attention to it. Especially gesture, facial expressions, eye contact, body posture, and speech are of interest.

In the discussion, clothing, appearance, and behavior are also a decisive factor for sympathy or antipathy. Tension and nervousness before the application interview does not make the body language convincing, for example, if you do not make eye contact. If you are cramped, a trained observer will notice this quickly. Some gestures or body postures can also act defensively and sometimes aggressively, for example, by clogging the arms in front of the chest. Such stress or dominance gestures often (consciously or unconsciously) lead to a tense conversation situation and must therefore be avoided.

Tips for job interview training
Do an intensive research about the company and the job/position. Also, practice the answers to the standard questions in the interview with your friends or acquaintances. Also pay attention to your body language and ask them to give you honest feedback, so that you can use it to correct the irregularities.  Stay polite and authentic even when training for the interview.

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