She said she believed she established her credentials
and built a rapport with the managers during the first interview and the phone interview was merely a “formality.” She starts her new job on Monday.
Applicants see an interview as a “big bad monster” and get overwhelmed, he said, adding, “The interview is simply a conversation.”
Be your true self, said Dan Cable, a professor of organizational behavior at the London Business School.
Here’s What to Do Next Time -
By CHRISTOPHER MELEJUNE 1, 2017
Days have passed since your job interview, and no one’s called or emailed.
Here’s where things may have gone wrong and how to improve your performance for the next time:
Jonathan Alpert, a psychotherapist and executive coach in Manhattan, said some
job seekers rely too much on articles and books to get through interviews.
Before an interview, if possible, contact people in your network to learn more about the company
culture, said Blair Decembrele, a career expert at LinkedIn, the professional networking site.
Michelle Davies of Sweet Valley, Pa., who is an information technology engineer at a
television station in Moosic, Pa., had started to look for a new job two years ago.