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					Dress for Interview Success

             While the college
             campus may be the
             perfect forum in which
             to exhibit your flair for
             the latest in fashion
             style, the interview is
             not the place to do so.
Men and Women

   Conservative two-piece business suit (solid
    dark blue or grey is best)
   Conservative long-sleeved shirt/blouse
    (white is best, pastel is next best)
   Clean, polished conservative shoes
   Well-groomed hairstyle
   Clean, trimmed fingernails
Men and Women

   Minimal cologne or perfume
   Empty pockets--no bulges or tinkling coins
   No gum, candy or cigarettes
   Light briefcase or portfolio case
   No visible body piercing (nose rings,
    eyebrow rings, etc.)
Women

   Always wear a suit with a jacket; no dresses
   Shoes with conservative heels
   Conservative hosiery at or near skin color
    (and no runs!)
   No purses, small or large; carry a briefcase
    instead
Women

   If you wear nail polish (not required), use
    clear or a conservative color
   Minimal use of makeup (it should not be too
    noticeable)
   No more than one ring on each hand
   One set of earrings only
Interview Fashion For Men
Preface

   7-38-55 Theorem by Albert Mebralian
   T.O.P. Principle:
    Time
    Occasion
    Place
Men’s Wear

   Suit
   Shirt
   Necktie
   Shoe
   Socks
   Belt
   Accessory
Dos & Don’ts

   Get a haircut; short hair always fares best in
    interviews
   Do manicure the fingernail
   The same, empty pocket
   No hair dyed
   No earrings (if you normally wear one, take it
    out)
Dos & Don’ts

   No beards (unless you are interviewing for a
    job as a lumberjack!)
   Mustaches are a possible negative, but if you
    must, make sure it is neat and trimmed
   No black necktie, especially with black suit.
   No rings other than wedding ring or college
    ring
   About Job Interview

CATALOG--

1.10 Steps to a Successful Interview
2.Facts to Gather Before Interviewing
3.Ten Tips for Letting Employers Know Your Worth
5.Top 10 Qualities Employers Seek
4.How Do You Handle a Salary History Request?
6.Action Words
                                    魏美旼
    10 Steps to a Successful Interview

    Arrive on time.
    Read company materials while you wait.
    Have a firm handshake.
    Listen.
    Use body language to show interest.
    Smile, nod, give nonverbal feedback to the interviewer.
    Ask about the next step in the process.
    Thank the interviewer.
    Write a thank-you letter to anyone you have spoken to.
Facts to Gather Before Interviewing

Key people in the organization
Major products or services
Size in terms of sales and employees
Locations other than your community
Organizational structure of the company
Major competitors
Latest news reports on the company
      Ten Tips for Letting Employers
      Know Your Worth
1.    Use words wisely.
2.    Keep sentences short and clear.
3.    Make your message stand out.
4.    Focus on outcome.
5.    Showcase your role.
6.    Remember - timeframes count.
7.    Value your experience.
8.    Show and tell.
9.    Resist additions
10.   Illuminate your resume - don't repeat it.
Top 10 Qualities
             Employers Seek

 Communication     Strong work ethic
  skills            Analytical skills
 Honesty/integrity Flexibility
 Teamwork skills     adaptability
  Interpersonal     Computer skills
  skills            Organizational
                    skills
 Motivation
 How Do You Handle
            a Salary History Request?

Do…
1.Respond to the question positively without stating
  specific amounts.
2.Mention your desired salary.

3.Know your salary requirements.

4.Be prepared to respond to a request for previous
  salaries in an interview.
How Do You Handle
           a Salary History Request?

Don‘t…
1.Include your salary history on your resume.

2.Lie about your previous pay rate.
Action Words
   Use action words to describe your experience and
   accomplishments. Here are some actions words to
   use:
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    motivated             coordinated                evaluated
    negotiated            created                    expanded
    obtained              cultivated                 explained
    operated              assembled                  forecasted
    simplified            assisted                   formed
    solved                audited                    founded
                                                     generated
Protocol Volunteer
   Keep two things in mind always:

1.Always keep smiling whoever you meet.

2.Always greet people no matter he is a VIP or
  not.
At the Airport

   My job is to pick-up FIFA VIPs, what should I
    know?
   When I meet him/her at the gate, what
    should I say?
   How to indicate the direction?
   What kind of topic to chat with him/her?
   How to let the process of reception run
    smoothly ? (don’t let them wait)
FIFA futsal world championship
                Chinese Taipei 2004

 Chinese Taipei Football Association
http://futsal.org.tw/zh/modules/news/
 FIFA.com
http://fifa.com/en/index.html
 Jobweb
http://www.jobweb.com/Resumes_Interv
  iews/default.htm
Interview Protocol




        Telephone Etiquette
Telephone Etiquette
   Make the Call
    –   Preparation
    –   Identification
    –   Purpose
   Leave the Message
    –   Concise and Informative
   Take the Message
    –   Note-taking
    –   Read back
Telephone Interview
How to prepare ?

                  Organize
               Have a folder


                   Prepare
        Practice with a tape recorder


                Take Control
           Get yourself together
Techniques

 Smile
 Speak directly
 Don’t smoke, chew gum, eat or drink
 anything
 Avoid simple yes or no & ‘ah’, ‘um’ ,‘like’ ‘you
 know’
In Conclusion


“Luck is what happens when preparation

 meets opportunity.”

				
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