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Week 8 - Interviewing 101 and 102


    The keys to successful interviewing lie in preparation for and then controlling the interview. Most interviewers are not prepared, so it is vitally necessary that job seekers prepare all the more. There is no reason to leave the outcome of an interview totally to chance.

    To prepare involves several components: gathering information, determining objectives for that encounter, rehearsal and prayer.

    To properly control the interview involves knowing when and how to use the 2-Minute Drill, creating dialogue, listening well and selling yourself as the “solution.”

    - How long should it take to prepare?
    - Are there practical steps to take to prepare?
    - Is trying to control the interview rude?
    - Isn’t the interviewer in the driver’s seat?


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“Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light for my path.” Psalm 119:105



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