M2 Analyze Your Contribution to the Selection Process in a Given Situation.

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M2: analyze your contribution to the selection process in a given situation. On satuday 17th may I took part in a mock interview. My role was the interviewer as the inter viewer my job was to: Analyze the Candidate First impressions can be so powerful that most interviewers make judgments regarding a candidate in the first 30 seconds of an interview. I had tried to overcome those first impressions and use well thought-out, structured questions to assess the candidate’s ability to do the job. I was instructed to ask posed questions that can detect how the candidate might act under pressure. I found the best way to do this is to take note of non-verbal communication and body language. The best candidates made eye contact, maintained a straight posture and listen intently to what I was saying. Market my Company An interview should be a mutual exchange of information where the candidate is also interviewing the interviewer. A desirable candidate will be in demand, and a wise interviewer will attempt to win over the candidate, while making sure she has all the information she needs to make an informed decision. It is important to let the candidate know how my company can benefit her in terms of salary, benefits and career advancement. A candidate should leave the interview impressed by our interest in her, and by what our company has to offer. Be Prepared i should be as prepared as the interviewer. Before starting the interview, I should carefully review the candidate's cover letter, resume, background information and references. It is important to keep questions focused and relevant so they are tailored to individual job candidates. For example, if a candidate for sales position spent the last few years working in finance, I asked her how her background can help her become a successful sales rep. Be Clear About Process Businesses often fail to clearly

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