FINAL INTERVIEW TIPS! (How to PASS a Final Job Interview!) By Richard McMunn of: /
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If you have a final interview coming up for any role with any organization, make sure you study this video from start to finish!
Richard McMunn will teach you how to prepare for a final job interview and give you 8 important tips for passing it. Richard will also give you a series of final interview questions to prepare for.
A final interview is not a formality! You still must perform to a high standard. This is your last chance to PROVE you are the person they should hire.
WHAT IS A FINAL INTERVIEW?
– A final interview is where you get to meet the key decision-makers in the organization.
– There may be 2, 3, or 4 people on the interview panel.
– You must prepare just as seriously for the final interview as you did for the previous interviews!
7 TIPS TO PREPARE FOR A FINAL INTERVIEW
#1 – Research the company. Find out something interesting about them that has attracted you to the role. What is the company’s USP? Have you tried any of their products or service? What are the latest news stories?
#2 – Take a copy of your resume to the final interview.
If possible, include any evidence of previous strong work performance. This might include details of previous performance reviews or projects you have collaborated on.
#3 – Take two references with you of people who recommend you for the position!
#4 – Dress professionally and don’t forget to be polite and demonstrate good manners throughout!
#5 – Express your enthusiasm for the role throughout the interview! Tell the interviews you genuinely want this position.
“Although this is the final interview, I appreciate you have a difficult decision to make. I want to reassure you that I believe I can contribute significantly to your organization and I will do all I can to help your business thrive and succeed moving forward!”
#6 – Prepare 3 SMART questions to ask at the end of the final interview.
How do you see the company evolving over the next five years?
What are the core values this company expects its staff to adhere to?
If I am successful, what advice would you give to me to ensure I excel in the role?
#7 – If the interviewers give you the opportunity to walk around the company and meet the team members, be polite, respectful and ask one or two questions.
Q. Lovely to meet you. Have you worked for the company long?
Q. It seems like a great company to work for. Do you enjoy your work?
#7 – Send a thank you email immediately after the interview is over.
RE: Thank you following the final interview today.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for taking the time to interview me for the position today. I am genuinely excited about the prospect of working for your organization. If you need any further information, details, or evidence to help you make a decision, please do not hesitate to contact me.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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WHAT QUESTIONS ARE LIKELY TO FEATURE DURING THE FINAL INTERVIEW?
Q. Tell me about yourself g
Q. What motivates you?
(Driven by succeeding at work.)
(Goals outside of work so I need to perform well)
Q. What are your interests outside of work?
Q. How do you think you can contribute to our organization?
Have skills and qualities that match the job description.
Bring a level of experience that will help the company move forward.
A proven track record of achievement (give an example).
Q. What are your salary expectations? c
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