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If you forget to switch your mobile off and receive a phone call, switch it off immediately with an apology.
Stay natural- be positive and smile.
Remember that your handshake says a lot about your personality.
Before you sit down, wait for the invitation.
Keep your hands under control – make sure to gesture but not too much.
Listen to others without interrupting them.
Express yourself clearly, briefly and intelligibly.
Trust yourself. Be self-confident.
Do not speak too quickly or too slowly.
Choose the right words.
Express a keen interest.
Do not try to make a false impression by using jargon and technical details.
Do not twist your personality and do not lie about your personal qualities.
Your answers must stay strictly in a professional sphere.
Don’t interrupt the interviewer; speak to the point and be precise.
Do not criticize your former colleagues or employers.
Do not avoid the answers.
Do not lie.
The discussion must be in the interviewer’s control.
Say thank you at the end of the interview and ask what the other steps of the recruiting process are.
Do not be frustrated by a possible failure. Every interview that you do improves your interview skills and makes you better for your next interview; always try to learn from your mistakes. To find out more about interviews, view our advice ondifferent types of interview and types and frequently asked interview questions.