It is natural to get nervous before important events in your life – you can turn this fear into your ally that will help you succeed at your interview.
The key way to prevent your fear overcoming you in any situation is to prepare for that situation as much as you can. This is easy for interviews because you will always know about them beforehand and you will be familiar with the subject area (to varying degrees).
Have you noticed that only one of the five employer concerns is about your skills? The key to successful interviewing is that the person with the best skills or most relevant experience is not necessarily the one who gets the job. If you are not the candidate with the best skill set, you may still get the nod if you are enthusiastic and very well prepared, and if you can demonstrate that you are motivated, manageable and a team player who fits in with the organization’s culture.
The Key To Successful Interviewing
During The Interview
After The Interview