1. Know what abilities are needed for the position you are applying for, and then show it accordingly.
One of the steps that everyone must take when interviewing is to introduce themselves. Note: Many people are not prepared for this basic point. The so-called self-introduction is not to put your own academic situation, hobbies and other things into the interviewer, let him judge whether you are suitable for the job. A good self-introduction is up to you to control the rhythm, and you can tell him/her that you are fully qualified for the job. The specific operation method is: succinctly succinctly out of your own educational experience and experience related to this work, focusing on your understanding of the position you are applying for and the required ability. If you are a freshman and have no relevant work experience, you can talk about the school community experience or internship experience, or even the inspiration of things in life. In short, the principle that must be followed is to move as close as possible to the skills required to apply for positions.
Stress: Don’t just list the experience! Don’t just boast about how you are doing! Each of your arguments must be supported by arguments. For example: don’t say [I am hard-working, hard-working and eager to learn], but say [I took the initiative to help my colleagues solve the XX problem during the internship, and used free time to learn XX knowledge, I think these capabilities and your company’s requirements Matching] Self-introduction is the opening remark. To improve the impression of the interviewer, the first battle must be beautiful!
2. Please show respect for the companies interviewed and the strong willingness to join them.
When I interviewed, I was often asked: “Please talk about your understanding of our company.” The so-called understanding of the company is not to ask you to search the Internet for a large number of company scales, corporate culture, industry positioning, etc. Waiting for the information, are these interviewers not aware of these things? The interviewer actually wants to pass this question and judge whether the job seekers have enough strong desire to join them. Please pay attention to the three elements when answering: profile, details, emotions. The profile is as concise as possible, and the important thing is the handling of details and emotions. You need to improve the discrimination when answering. If your answer is similar to others, you will only be classified as a “Mediocre”. How to answer specifically? My advice is to refine the details and incorporate your emotions into the interviewer to tell a moving story to achieve the purpose of mobilizing the interviewer’s emotions.
For example: “I saw your company’s article focusing on technological innovation in the brochure. I think I am an innovator. I am very happy to work for a company that can lead the future of the industry. At the same time, I have friends in the industry telling me about your company. The respect of employees and how to create a better environment for innovation. I think my proactive personality is very suitable for your company, especially this position.”
In addition, I would like to teach you a tricky price-performance technique: backing up data from a group of companies or industries. Doing this reflects that you are preparing for the interview carefully, and the company’s background investigation is meticulous to the data, which can fully reflect the subjective initiative of the job seeker. Second, it can highlight the difference between yourself and other job seekers, and will impress the interviewer. However, you need to remind you that when you back the data, you must do your homework. Don’t do it for the sake of your back. You have to do some thinking on your own. Even if it is simple, it doesn’t matter. When the interviewer continues to ask questions about the data, you have something to say, not to be asked. At the same time, it also reflects that you are a person who is good at thinking independently. For any company, they want to hire talent, not a fool.
3. What are your shortcomings? ——One of the questions that the interviewer likes most.
When the interviewer asks you about this question, it is a big pit in front of you, you have to jump without jumping. So how to avoid it wisely becomes the inner working method that everyone needs to cultivate. Before teaching you how to do it, we first figure out the purpose of the interviewer asking this question: the other party’s intention is to test the candidate’s ability to respond in the face of difficulties and the thinking skills to deal with the problem. At the same time, examine whether job seekers have occupational fatal injuries, whether they have introspective ability, and whether they can face their own qualities.
For the conflict that the interviewer deliberately creates, please follow the following two principles when answering: 1. Don’t lie, keep moderately true. 2. Avoid being labeled. Here’s how to teach you how to do it: For newly graduated students or transferred friends , use a routine: lack of experience. Your resume background is so, no one will say anything more. At the same time, you need to explain that you are an open-minded and efficient learner, and you must cite something to illustrate this point.
For example: “My biggest shortcoming for this job is lack of experience, but my ability to learn is not bad. I spent a week self-study to master the basic tools of ps and can be applied in practical work.” Then you You can take out the interviews you made, this is definitely a plus. For friends with work experience, please go far and say, that is, to find a skill that is far from the required ability of the position. Interview technical posts, you can say bad words, but will try to communicate. Interview management posts, you can say that the implementation and technical capabilities are degraded, but if necessary, can pick up again and so on. In general, when enumerating your own shortcomings, be sure to talk about how you are or will improve this shortcoming. This will also be a positive attitude that the interviewer is happy to see.
4. Do a good job list to eliminate information asymmetry and benefit personal career development
When the general interview is coming to an end, the interviewer will ask you: “What else do you want to ask me?” At this time, please do not ask for nothing. Because for a good company, what is needed is the employee that best matches and delivers value. For a mature interviewer, a good question will not add points or deduct points. You have to be clear: investigating the company is a very important part. Choosing the wrong company may ruin your career. Many corporate social recruits need to go through 2-3 rounds of interviews. At this time, you can prepare a list of questions and include the information you want to know. Then ask questions for different rounds of interviews. For the initial interview, you can understand the development of the profession and the position and authenticity of the position. At the same time, you can also understand some down-to-earth issues.
For example: I would like to know about the company’s training system and mechanism. What do you think you need to pay attention to in this position? Is this position newly opened? What value can it bring to the company? What is the salary? What are the subsidies and benefits? Intensity of work? Overtime frequency? For the second interview and the final interview, it is a good opportunity for you to understand the immediate boss and the company’s future development strategy. What are your expectations for this position? What are the specific work contents? What core qualities do you think this job requires? What are the indicators for assessing this position? What do you think of the future development of this industry? If you feel that the success rate of this interview is not big, you can also ask: What difference do you think I have relative to this position? Based on your rich experience, where do I need to improve? The interview is two-way. In the process of answering your boss directly, you can also observe his/her character: reply is a strong person; reply to respect your opinion, explain the feelings of subordinates; language style Intertwined, the logic is rigorous; the language is unconstrained, representing the style of work. Then ask you to make a choice: what kind of boss is what you want to work with, what disadvantages are unacceptable. Stress: The problem is dead and the person is alive. Learn to adapt to local conditions, don’t ask for questions.
Finally, the most important point: for any job, the most important thing is the personal professional ability. What the company cares about is whether the staff can bring benefits to them. The skills and skills are some icing on the cake. Ironing also needs to be hard, and personal ability is always the core theme of the application!