Intimidating interview techniques
The best interviews, informational or otherwise, are the ones that naturally flow.
But truthfully, a natural flow is much more likely to happen if you’re prepared, not grasping for conversation starters.
Maybe it’s because the name itself conjures images of your career counselor in high school.Interviews can be intimidating, and it isn’t always clear what employers are looking for.But while this awkward professional situation is sometimes daunting, like anything else, it is a skill that can be practised and perfected.So, prepare a notebook with two lists of questions—one standard and one more abstract—to bring with you.In the standard category, include basic questions such as, “What does a typical day at work look like?
One of the biggest mistakes job seekers make with informational interviews is neglecting to follow-up.