Is the interview limited to oral conversations? It is not a successful interview to answer the answers to some questions and to pitch the depth of your knowledge to the questioner. Rather, the success of the interview, depending on the silly conduct, preparation and presentation. Many people think that all success depends on the answers to questions for the success of a job interview. But that’s not the case. Rather, a large part of the job interview’s success is a silent or non-verbal communication. Nonverbal Communication depends on physical language, intonation, speaking speed, facial expression, break, breathing and monetary exposure are important. Clothing and cosmetics are also important in protecting unborn communication.
Why is non-verbal communication important?
Invincible communication is important, even if it is much more important than an oral part of the interview. An interviewer’s meeting looks at the uninterrupted communication and behaviour of the interviewee throughout the entire period of time. If nonverbal communication skills are not satisfactory, the desired success may not come as good as oral answers are good. The nonverbal communication interview started when the interviewee entered the office gate. Unlike the nonverbal communication to eat cigarettes or to enter chewing gum with chewing gum. Sometimes, wearing extra comfort using fragrant or wearing appropriate clothing also influences the interview. Again, when the interviewee is waiting for the interview, he is talking to someone on the phone or listening to music in the headphones, which plays a negative role in his interview. So in order to make Nonverbal Communication successful, these issues should be kept in mind.
In order to make non-verbal communication successful, there is something to do before and after the interview. Ex- before the interview, wear professional clothes, cleanliness, wearing good shoes, not using excessive perfume etc. During the interview, take some things for yourself and keep some things in the house. These issues will improve the non-interactive communication of the interviewee.
The things that need to be taken with
* Few copies resume.
* Some references list (professional).
* Sample copy of work (if any).
* Notepad and pen.
* Breath meant (chew before entering the building so that the smell does not come out from the mouth while speaking).
* A folder (for all papers, resume, reference list, notepad and pen).
* Some tissues
Things that should not be brought together
* Mobile (if necessary, to stop before entering the building)
* IPad or iPod.
* Gum, candy, cigarette and soda or coffee.
* Polish fewer shoes and dirty clothes.
When you wait for the meeting
The way you’re waiting for the interview, exchange greetings with the receptionist or interviewer, all of these are part of the interview. These interviews play an important role in the success of the interview. Be friendly and normal but do not spare. When you’re waiting, be patient and wait silently. Do not listen to music or talk on mobile phones. If your hands and face sweat while waiting, then go to the restroom and wash hands and face. Do not make hands hard or soft while handshake, but rather keep it normal.
During the interview
There are some things to do in addition to answering questions during the interview. In essence, the success of interviewing can all be done properly. Among the things –
* Keep eye in eye contact from time to time with interviewer
* Keep light smile in your face
* Keep modesty between words and presentations. Do not speak too loud or too little
* Stay interested and keep an eye on interviewing. Do not sit on the chair rehearsing, but rather be attentive to the interviewer who is a little ahead
* Do not sit randomly. Put the foot on the ground and keep your spine in the last part of the chair and sit straight
* Listen carefully the interviewer
* Listen and listen when the interviewer talks. Do not talk about his words
* Keep yourself calm and steady. Do not go on expressing your anger on any matter
After the interview
Have a smile at the end of the interview and come out with a strong handshake with the interviewer. Come visit those who were first met on the way, such as receptionists, outgoing staff from other office staff.
Examples of some non-verbal communication skills
Below are some examples of non-verbal communication skills that you can personally or in a career club to cultivate as a competitor to a successful interview.
* Attention to the interviewer and listening carefully.
* Do not talk into the interviewer’s talk.
* Taking a little forward, it is understood that you are sincere and attentive.
* Do not move hand and leg randomly.
* Keep your mind focused.
* Do not bring a phone, that can disturb your attention.
* Smile at the time of introducing yourself and make a strong handshake.
* Keep modest and modest in your voice.
* Not looking at watches, phones and other displays during the meeting.
* If there is more than one person during the interview, then exchange views with everyone.
* When the interviewer makes an important point, understand the importance of his words by removing the smile on the face.
* Try to understand the interviewer attitude.
* Present yourself as a professional.
Non-verbal communication is so important like as oral interview. Hopefully, the right practice and presentation will make your interview successful.