“Because strong interview performance is the greatest precursor for your success, it’s important to be prepared.
Most interviews are behavioral in nature, so be ready to draw from all your life’s experiences. While you should keep the main focus on past career successes, don’t be afraid to provide examples from your personal life, volunteer activities, etc. It’s also key that you are concise yet provide enough evidence of strengths in the areas that will be covered by the interviewer.
The interview is your gateway to your new position, so be relaxed, reflect on past successes and be ready to continue the path to your success!”
Lisa Donnelly, Human Capital Partner for Winner Partners