Secret Job Interview Video Strategies


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By: Jimmy Sweeney

Author of the brand new "Job Interview Secret"





Secret Job Interview Video Strategies

Creating job interview videos may be one of the most effective ways to prepare for a job interview. To make it even more effective, just imagine how useful it would be to ask more or less the exact same questions for the job interview videos that the interviewer would ask during the actual interview. Then you could review the video and get a clear and accurate sense of the areas where you need to improve to do better in the real interview. Formulating the right job interview questions does not require you to steal a set of questions from the prospective employer, or to engage in any mind reading activities. All you need to do is know what the interviewer wants, and you can probably guess what he or she will ask.

To create your job interview videos questions, you will need to start by doing a ton of research. Find out everything you can about the target job, company and industry. By the time you are finished, ideally you would know about as much about the target job as you do the one you currently have. At the very least, however, you should be able to accurately describe the daily duties of the position, the desired results and the attributes or characteristics that the corporate culture most values in their employees. Write these items down on a list. Those will be the elements that the interviewer will undoubtedly focus on. He or she will want to know if you have done the required duties, if you have ever achieved the desired results and if you have displayed the desired values.

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Turn those elements into job interview videos questions and give them to your friend or job search partner. Set up your video camera and conduct the interview, wearing your interview clothes as realistically as possible. In addition to the questions that you have written down, ask your interviewer to throw in any other questions that he or she thinks of to test your abilities to improvise and answer questions on the fly. As you review your tape, look at the places where you appear less convincing and confident with your answers or body language. Those are the areas where you need to develop your most persuasive interview answers.

One good way to improve the answers you give on your job interview videos is to think of examples to add to your answer. Yes or no answers, or information-only answers tend to be a bit dry and unconvincing to interviewers. By contrast stories that demonstrate or dramatize the required skill, attribute or result are more vivid, convincing and memorable. To really make the stories do the work for you, find a way to make the situation, actions and results of your story match as closely as possible with situation, desired actions and valued results at the target job. That makes your story of past success sound like something that could happen at the target job.

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