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Fruitful Interviewing Tips on Landing the ideal profession! Introduced by Enterprise Rent-A-Car. Landing the Position You Want: Strategies for Successful Interviewing. Get ready for the Interview The Interview The Close. Planning for the Interview. The Professional Image: “Think Conservative”

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Effective Interviewing Tips on Landing the ideal profession! Introduced by Enterprise Rent-A-Car

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Getting the Job You Want: Strategies for Successful Interviewing Preparing for the Interview The Interview The Close

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Preparing for the Interview The Professional Image: "Think Conservative" Know the Company Know Yourself The Dos and Don'ts

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Preparing for the Interview The Professional Image Neat and Organized Clothing that is Clean and Pressed Neat, Professional haircut Think "Preservationist" Wear a Suit Be watchful of Trends- - particularly in shoes, skirt lengths, and so forth... Stud/Piercing Rule

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Preparing for the Interview Know the Company Do your examination Look for things that are imperative to you Get a Job Description

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Preparing for the Interview Know yourself What are your Skills, Strengths, Values and shortcomings? What are your objectives?

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Preparing for the Interview Dos and Don'ts The Dos Practice! Arrive before the actual arranged time Bring Many Copies of Your Resume Have a Few Mints with you-and have one recently before Make Good Eye Contact Remember to SMILE Develop and Use A Firm Handshake Accentuate the Positive

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Preparing for the Interview Dos and Don'ts The Don'ts Chew Gum (or bite on that mint!) Use improper dialect Bring Beepers or Cellular telephones into the meeting Bring other People with You to the Interview Look at your watch or Clock Assume that Anyone You Meet is "Irrelevant"

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The Interview How to Make a Good Impression Behavioral Interviewing How to Answer Behavioral Questions

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The Interview How to Make a Good Impression Presentation is Everything Smile Offer a firm handshake Be upright of the non-verbal/verbal correspondence conveyance and movement presentation of thoughts linguistic use and vocabulary Show energy!

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The Interview Behavioral Interviewing What is Behavioral Interviewing? Definition Benefit Behavioral Questions Competencies Sample questions

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The Interview How to answer behavioral inquiries What to keep away from Situation, errand, activity, result Silence is OK Positive result

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The Close Be Prepared With Questions Make Sure That You Completely Understand the Position Ask For the Next Step In The Interview Process Express Your Interest In The Position If Not Interested, Decline Gracefully.

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The Close Follow up After Interview Send "Notes to say thanks" or letters. Follow up by telephone.

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When Can You Start? Presently What? TIPS ON KEEPING THE JOB

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COLLEGE FLIP FLOPS & JEANS FALL, SPRING, SUMMER BREAKS SLEEPING IN 'TIL NOON CRAMMING FOR TESTS CAREER BUSINESS SUIT & TIE 2 TO 3 WEEKS VACATION/YEAR WAKING UP @ 6:30AM WORKING LATE ON A PROJECT COLLEGE TO CAREER

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1 ST IMPRESSIONS/DAILY DRESS AS IF EVERY DAY WERE AN INTERVIEW. KNOW YOUR COMPANY'S DRESS CODE AND FOLLOW IT. *If in uncertainty, don't wear it! Individual HYGIENE (showering, shaving, cologne to a base) SHOULD BE AN EVERY DAY PRACTICE. Early introductions ARE EVERYTHING TAKE IT SERIOUSLY!

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PLANNING AHEAD BUY & USE A PLANNER (Daytimer, PDA, and so forth.) PLAN YOUR WEEKS/MONTHS IN ADVANCE. Plan PERSONAL TIME (cleaning, hair styles, auto upkeep, keeping money, and so forth.)

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PROFESSIONALISM BE PUNCTUAL (10-15 minutes early). Arrange & BUILD RAPPORT WITH ALL OF YOUR PEERS. (Never know when you may require some help.) STAY AWAY FROM THE RUMOR MILL/GOSSIP. Acknowledge CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM. (Utilize each circumstance as a learning device.) ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR ACTIONS. Make the best decision—ETHICS!

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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE WWW.ENTERPRISE.COM or CONTACT: Joe Kane @ 916-487-3100 Joe.Kane@erac.com

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