How to effectively take the driver’s seat during an interview
If you’re reading this article, it is likely that you’ve been interviewed before. Your first-ever interview might have been when you were a teenager applying for a spot at the grocery store. You may have experienced a few higher-stakes interviews since then but have you ever been on the other side of the table (or screen)?
When it comes to conducting a good interview, she recommends that you first create an interview guide with a list of questions related to the specific role. She also suggests a 20/80 talking ratio, “Talk 20% and listen 80% of the time,” she says. “The more the candidate talks, the more information can be gathered to help make a decision on their candidacy.”
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