Being prepared for an interview may be the difference between called back or forgotten. Learn what you need to do before arriving at the interview to help be memorable.
A Visual Aid To Jog The Memory And Seal The Deal
Prepping for the big interview is not as easy as most think. One of the more common mistakes when going on interview is forgetting to bring a secondary copy of any written material you have sent to your interviewer. This includes, but is not limited to, a resume, cover letter, references sheet, and recommendation letter(s).
Do not assume that just because you supplied this person with those documents that they have it in front of them. Remind your interviewer about your accomplishments and goals with written statements that they can browse through as they ask you questions. By doing this simple task, you show confidence in your accolades and a shrewd sense of responsibility.