Video Time: 6 Minutes Action Time: 5 – 10 Minutes
Our topic is “Why Action After Interviews is so Critical?”
Have you set up any interviews? Had any interviews? Making progress? If you have congrats! If you haven’t, go back to last week’s episodes, watch them again and do the ACTION! Either way, go to our Private LinkedIn Membership Community and tell us how you’re doing. Remember we’re here to help you.
Many of our members are going through similar experiences that you are. Sharing your experiences, what you’ve learned, what works and fails, and other tips you’ve gained along the way is so valuable to you and the other members.
Please share the news on our Private LinkedIn membership community whether it be good or bad!
While patience may be a virtue, it still sucks waiting for that job offer. That time period after the job interview to the callback will be the closest you’ll feel to eternity.
Post-Interview anxiety is a real thing. Not hearing back from a company may make you doubt yourself. You may wonder if you did something wrong or if they found someone more qualified for the position. That’s why you must keep focused. Stay motivated by anticipating a positive outcome! Take your mind off things if you can so you don’t become discouraged.
You want to make a lasting impression after the interview. So make sure you’re portraying yourself correctly to the hiring manager or interviewer. Remember, making a good first impression is crucial!
There’s a lot to think about during your job search. You need to be serious with every step. What you do after an interview shows hiring managers that you are thoughtful, grateful, and have great follow-up skills. You want to come across as somebody who really wants the job!
Instead of waiting by the phone, get these things done in the next 2 episodes so you can stand out from your competition! Our next episode is all about “How to Follow Up After the Interview”, see you there!