[00:00:00] Hey, how's it going? My name is Joesph Musa and today I'm giving you a couple of tips to make sure that you nail that interview.
So the first tip that I'm going to give you today is to make sure you're confident. Make sure that when you're on the phone you're asking the managers, "Hey, can you hear me clearly?" And if you're on a video, "Can you see me clearly?" And then especially if you're taking a phone interview you want to make sure that you're giving off that high energy.
That confident energy letting them know that you feel that you are equipped to do the job and execute with excellence.
Number two, research the company. I can't tell you how many candidates in my last seven years have potentially taken the interview done an incredible job and then they get to the end of the interview and the manager is like, "So hey what do you know about our company?
And they're like...
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When was the last time you polished your LinkedIn profile? And we’re not just talking about your “Experience” section. Probably right before your last position. Given the current economic climate, standing out to hiring managers is more important than ever.
Here are some tips on revamping your profile.
Your profile picture is the first impression you leave on a potential hiring manager. So, you want to make it a good one. I’m sure you already know the common don'ts: selfies, pictures with other people, pictures in your car/bathroom/bedroom etc. Basically, any picture that would do great on Instagram is probably a no-no for LinkedIn.
But just because it doesn’t fall in that category, doesn’t mean you don’t need to update your photo. If you’re not sure, ask yourself these questions: