Things to Do for a Call-Back Job Interview

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A call-back job interview always requires you to keep a few key things in mind. Learn about things to do for a call-back job interview with help from an innovative empowerment speaker and human resources professional in this free video clip.

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It can be very exciting to get a second interview. So I want to share some tips with you on how to shine when you get that call back. Hello, I'm Charles Galbreath, workforce empowerment speaker and human resource professional. Some of the things that you can do when you are called back for a second interview; first of all sell yourself to the bitter end. It's very important that you keep up that same energy, that you keep up that same enthusiasm as you had within your first interview. Many people are guilty of not showing enough enthusiasm in their second interview because they feel like, I've already showcased myself, what more is there to give. Well what more can you give? You can once again share with them the important transferable skills that you have such as communications, such as teamwork, such as your attitude. Those are all important when you are going back for the second interview, to reiterate those points. Second of all, you should have done some research now on the corporation or on the specific position. And you want to take that information now and apply that information to the specific skills that you bring to the table. You want to make sure that you can articulate the fact of how perfectly your skills, your experience, your education, match with that position. And you now have that second opportunity to do so. The last thing that I want to encourage you to do is I want you do remember specific names from that first interview. It's very important that if you met interviewers and you remember their names, use that name, shake their hand firmly. Because you remembering their name reminds them that you take the time to get to know co-workers, makes them know that you are a professional individual who is very enthusiastic about joining this team. Also, have questions. That's one last thing I could add. Make sure that you have question that you rehearse, questions that you want to ask those individuals about the job that you possibly will be stepping into. Good luck, and have a wonderful day.


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