Ask Your Interviewer To Think Of His Ideal Candidate To Land A Job
The first thing to remember is that the interview isn't about you, it's about what the recruiter needs. So the best thing to do is approach the interviewer like a salesman and ask him to imagine his best-case scenario, according to Pick The Brain.
Here's the golden question: "If I could ask you to take a moment and think of 2 or 3 of the best people you've known in your career who've had this job
Suddenly, the recruiter is no longer thinking of black-and-white skills on paper and instead has a picture in his mind of what he wants, which he is able to tell you more effectively -- and in turn, you can figure out how to pitch your assets ideally to come across as the ideal candidate.
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