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7 Ways to Impress Your Hiring Manager

7 Ways to Impress Your Hiring Manager

Finding a suitable job is not an easy task. One has to go through a number of tedious interviews before settling down for something satisfactory. There are some people who never get to settle for a job they like. On the other hand, there are also the ones who nail every interview they face and are caught in the dilemma of choosing one job over another.

What makes some people excel at job interviews while others don’t? What are the must-have qualities that every failing candidate lacks? We are going to find answers to these burning questions.

If you want to excel at an interview, you need to make sure that you stand out from the rest of the fellow competitors. In fact, it is the hiring manager of a company that you need to impress. He/she holds the key to letting you become a member of their family.

It is true that the potential employee for a job is normally under a lot of pressure during the interview process. But, in reality, the hiring manager of the company is also under a lot of stress because the sole responsibility of choosing an employee that can work towards the development of the company without tarnishing its name completely lies on the shoulders of him. If he makes a wrong choice, it is ought to affect the organization in a very bad way.

As a result, it is really important to make a very good impression on the hiring manager starting from the very first moment you enter the room. Here are 7 tips that will help you get the attention of the hiring manager and excel in the job interview.

  1. Be prepared to face any challenge

For some of us landing on a job interview itself is more than enough reasons to celebrate. After months of high anticipation and hardworking, finally getting called for an interview is one of the best feelings we can ever feel. Sometimes it is possible for the hiring manager to contact you himself over the phone before the interview. So make sure to leave a good impression from the very first encounter itself.

Once the interview date is scheduled, it is your turn to prepare for it well. Do some extensive research on the company. Note down any important facts that might appear as questions on that day. Get ready your resume, cover letter, other letters of recommendation, and any other documents you might need to produce at the interview.

It is also important to prepare some questions about the job and the company to ask from the interview panel. This is a good way to show that you have done your homework well and you are very much interested in having the job.

  1. Be punctual

Don’t forget to show up on time. Punctuality is a way of showing that you respect the other party. But don’t show up too much early either. They will have trouble figuring out what to do with you in the extra time. So, being there 15 minutes early is more than enough. Make sure not to be late at all cost. If you are going to be late due to some kind of unavoidable circumstance, make sure to give a call saying you will be late and why. If possible inform them about your estimated time of arrival.

  1. Be yourself

Hiring managers often like to recruit people who are genuine. Do not try to over-sell your character or skills by trying to convince them that you are someone who is completely different from your true-self. They like to know only the real you. They want to know what you can bring to the company in your own unique way. Do not hesitate to be open about your work-related interests and real past experiences that can be helpful in doing this particular job. Be relaxed and market your best skills and qualities to the hiring manager.

  1. Convey your interests about the company

It is always important to convince the interview panel that you are really invested in having this job. For example, take one major problem currently faced by the company and express your opinions and solutions on that matter. It will show them that you have done your research well and you genuinely care for the betterment of the company. Make sure to reveal your plans about contributing to the growth and success of the company.

  1. Manifest good communication skills

Hiring managers love those who have excellent communication skills and the ability to work as a team. In order to survive in a business company, one needs to have the capability to interact with other co-employees and maintain healthy working relationships. If you want your hiring manager to make a decision in favor of you, you will have to display the necessary interpersonal communication skills in front of him.

  1. Don’t ask for benefits

You should never ask about the personal gains, salary increments or any other benefits on your very first encounter with the hiring manager. Take this as an opportunity to build a strong rapport with the hiring manager and to impress him. Negotiations regarding salaries and other benefits can be done later.

  1. Follow up

You should always follow up after an interview. Send a thank you email as a token of gratitude for considering you for that particular post. This will ensure that the hiring manager will continue to remember you and your application throughout the selection process.

You won’t be able to get hired unless you impress the hiring manager with your skills and attitudes. With the help of above-mentioned tips, you will be able to persuade the hiring manager to make a decision in your favor.

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