Imagine this: You are the owner of a big marketing company and you want to hire a new recruit for your firm. You ask for resumes from the candidates and based on their qualifications you select two individuals having the best qualifications out of all others who applied. You call them for a personal interview round. During the interview you notice that one of the persons is quite confident, speaks clearly and answers all your questions assuredly while the other is too nervous, is stammering and overly apologetic. So who will be your pick for the job?
Personality Development Zone
I am sure everyone is aware of the term personality development. The emphasis on these two words is so common these. There are so many institutes and centers offering crash courses in personality development. Do you have any idea about what exactly personality is and how can you build and rebuild it? If you think personality means looking good and attractive then my friend you are absolutely wrong. Personality is a very broad term and takes into account the physical as well as the mental state of an individual. At times even mannerism is considered a part of personality.
Telephonic interviews play an important role in the job search process, since it sets the base for your selection to the next rounds. Hence it is essential to be aware of what kind of behavior you should elicit as a fresher or as a professional in a telephonic job interview, to increase your chance of getting hired. Telephonic interviews are an easy way for employers to pick who are the candidates eligible for a face to face interview. Here are some tips to be your best in it!
1. Always be prepared
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Confidence in presentation