Shared September 5, 2018
Getting a second job interview is a a great sign an employer is interested in hiring you. A second interview means that they see something in you that they like, and they want to know more. This is why you need a second interview strategy. You can't just go into your second interview and wing it. You need to know what to expect and how to handle their objections.
I'm going to teach you how you can prepare yourself for your second interview. So, if you’ve got a second interview, pat yourself on the back. Congratulations. That means there's a company out there that likes you, they see value in you and they want to explore that with you further. They want to see if you want to work there too.
So, when you go to the second interview, now don't worry. Don't worry if you stumble on a question or two. This is natural; it's okay. You don't have to go in there and answer every question perfectly. It's okay to stumble on your answers; it's okay. It shows that it shows that you're real; it humanizes you. It shows that this is a natural setting and everything is not perfect.
So, if you stumble on a question or two, don't worry about it; just shake it off and move on to the next one. Don't put yourself down over that.
So before you go into your second interview, make sure you have a plan for how you're going to do this job. They're going to want to hear it. They're going to want to hear how you think you're going to overcome the challenges that are facing this position. So, a good idea is to fully understand what they expect from you.
So, you may even want to go in with some type of three to six-month plan; some kind of outlook that shows them you've been thinking about the challenges of this position and here is how you plan to do it.
Whether it's right or wrong, they're going to be impressed, because you put some thought into this job. And when you take your personal time and you put thought into this job that shows that you're genuinely interested in working for them. It shows that you want to be there, that you want to be a player, and that this is the kind of person you're going to be if they hire you; someone who's always thinking forward about the challenges that are around the corner.
So, having a plan is one of the best ways to let them know you are super serious about this job. Because believe it or not, just because you're there at the interview and you're looking for jobs, that doesn't necessarily mean that you are super, hyper interested in working for them. It just means you're looking for a job. And they can't necessarily sense how enthusiastic you are about the job. So, this is one way to take that to the next step, and show them that you have a plan for the job, and here's how you're going to do it. Trust me, they will be impressed.
Free Download: Don Recommends the Top 10 Questions for you.
Want ME to personally help you prepare for your next interview? https://www.jobinterviewtools.com/coa...
Contact me directly here: https://www.jobinterviewtools.com – just scroll down to the bottom of the page to the contact form
12 Best Interview Questions to Ask in a Job Interview
Clever Negotiation TIP When The Offer IS Less Than You Want
Top 30 Interview Questions - From a Recruiters Hiring Playbook
5 BEST Interview Tips - The Ultimate Formula to Interview Success
5 Things You Should Never Say In a Job Interview
7 Reasons You Failed the Interview and Didn't Get the Job
How to Negotiate Salary After Job Offer
How to Convince Employers to Hire You
Why Do You Want to Work Here? AN Answer from the Heart
4 SMART Things You Should Say and Do in a Job Interview
Hiring YOU Over The Other Candidates: My 5 Best Tips (2019)
3 Killer Questions Interviewers ALWAYS ASK
Second Job Interview: 3 Tips to Get Hired
The 10 Most Common Job Interview Questions And How To Answer Them
The Best Ways To Answer Behavioral Interview Questions / Competency Job Interview Questions
How To Answer "Why Do You Want This Job?"
How to be Confident in Interviews
9 Phone Interview Tips to ACING Your Interview
Ask an Expert: I Need to Get Ready for a Second Interview