Speed dating common questions

By Laura DeCarlo First, there was speed dating, and now there is speed interviewing. When the interview is scheduled, ask for details about the interview, like the names and job titles of the people who will be interviewing you. This should help you in your preparation.

It also gives employers a chance to see how the candidates respond to pressure and competition. Advertisement What is a Speed Interview? A typical speed interview meeting could include up to 10 to 15 job seekers and sometimes the same number of interviewers. Each candidate moves along to a new interviewer at the commencement of a bell in a series of mini-interviews: Several candidates are interviewed for the same job with the same employer.

Each mini-interview is one-on-one with a single candidate and interviewer. Each mini-interview usually lasts a maximum of 15 minutes; some are as short as 5 or 10 minutes. When one mini-interview ends, another begins with a different interviewer. Often, the candidate moves from table to table or room to room where different people conduct brief interviews. Or, the job candidate remains seated at a table and different interviewers take turns sitting opposite the candidate. When the speed interview is over, each candidate has been briefly interviewed by each interviewer.

Entry-level candidates will often find themselves in these types of interviews. They may also happen at job fairs and at college career centers, with a single employer or several employers. Tim Cork, president of the Toronto career transition company Nexcareer, Inc. In addition to saving time on first level evaluations, Malcom Gladwell, author of Blink, the Power of Thinking Without Thinking, believes that, "The human brain is capable of making instant judgments with great precision.

How to Ace Speed Job Interviews When you prepare for the possibility of a speed interview, you need to realize the importance of making an immediate positive impression, as is the case in another popular interview-type setting, speed dating. Be dressed for success. As you meet each new interviewer, start and end with a firm handshake, a smile, and solid eye contact. Be ready with your own questions to ask them. Your questions demonstrate to them your interest in the job and also help you decide if you want the job if they decide to make you an offer.

Also, have "networking cards" ready your non-work "business" card to give to each interviewer in exchange for their business card. Or, very carefully write down the names, job titles, and email addresses of everyone who interviews you. Regardless, be prepared with your elevator pitch , focused on this employer and opportunity: How you meet the requirements of the job. Your relevant qualifications and accomplishments. The reason you are interested in this employer and opportunity.

This needs to be a short introduction, so make every word count. Do Your Standard Interview Preparation As usual, you must always act and look professional and well groomed. Even if the time with each interviewer is very short, you are interviewing for a job.

Do your standard preparation. Google the employer and the senior members of the staff for the reputation see 50 Google Searches to Avoid Layoffs and Bad Employers. Check out the LinkedIn Profiles for the employer, the interviewer names if you have them , and the staff names you find in LinkedIn and Google.

Familiarize yourself with what employers want to know -- the common job interview questions. Act mature and professional yet positive and enthusiastic. Pay close attention and listen carefully in order to respond appropriately in the time allotted.

Furnish complete answers but limit them to a maximum of two minutes each Be prepared with a listing of questions to ask about the company.

Be well-prepared by doing your research in advance. Write a thank you card or email that sells you for the position. Therefore, chances are not very large that you will experience a speed interview, but, if you prepare for the worst you will shine in a traditional interview venue as well!

First, there was speed dating, and now there is speed interviewing. This may be the first interview the candidate has for a job with an employer, and typically, it takes place at that employer's location. When the interview is scheduled, ask for details about the interview, like the names and job. How to Avoid the 5 Most Common First Date Mistakes. 6 Things You Should Know About Dating In Your 30s. What Men in Their 30s Want in a Woman. Single Life in Your 30s. 97 Online Dating Questions to Get the Conversation Started. September 2, by Megan Murray. Online Dating First Message.

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