Believe in yourself before you face an interview. Experience shared by a Veteran to help candidates across the globe.
What you will learn
The finer points of how to face a job interview
Conduct and significance of written test and group discussion
What does an interviewer look for in a candidate
How to conduct yourself as you enter the interview room, walk up to the table and sit in front of the panel
How to answer the question “Something about “yourself”
How a candidate is being observed by the interviewer
Questions about application of book knowledge to real life situations
Some general questions and how to answer them
Expecting unexpected questions and dealing with tough questions
Points to remember during a telephonic interview
How to communicate during an interview
If you are a candidate seeking a job and about to face a job interview or if you are an HR executive about to conduct a job interview. This course based on experience of an Army officer who has himself conducted numerous interviews is just right for you.
Col (Dr) Shabbar Shahid, an Army Veteran and a post graduate in Engineering and Finance with a Doctorate in management explains to the prospective job candidates how to display their qualities, which are already present in them, to the interview panel and thus win their dream job.
On the other hand, if you happen to be an HR personnel who is required to conduct interviews and select potential candidates, you can learn from the four decades of experience of Col Shahid as to what to look for in a candidate being interviewed for a job.
It is a win-win opportunity for both, the candidate as well as the employer or the interviewer.
This 90 minutes session, in its true sense, is the Art of facing job interviews as well as conducting job interviews. It will be of immense benefit to the job seekers as well as the job givers. The entire process of selecting a candidate for a job, right from the stage of a written test to group discussion and final interview is described in great detail.
The speaker himself has interviewed a large number of candidates for various jobs during his four decades of work experience. He knows the subject well and speaks to the point without any glamour, frills or divergence thus, respecting the value of time.