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Been invited back for a second job interview and want to make sure to ace it?
The second interview is about building deeper connections…
The second job interview is about building a deeper connection, a deeper relationship, and more chemistry with the entire company.
It is about getting them to imagine you as part of the team. You want them to feel as though you’re part of the team.
Sometimes when you’re invited back, you are speaking with the same people you spoke with the first time, sometimes they’re new people, and sometimes it’s a mixture.
Use these tactics across the board and adjust appropriately based on who you’re speaking with…
1. Ask Again.
The first technique I would use is when you are speaking with somebody you have previously spoken with (whether on the phone or in an interview).
Ask about something you’ve already spoken about. I call this the “ask again” technique.
Say, “Last time I was here you mentioned [insert whatever here]. It really stuck with me. I thought more about it and I wanted to get more insight into that as it relates to [insert whatever here.] Could you elaborate…”
2. Ask More.
The second tactic is to ask additional (new) questions. If you are speaking with somebody who you’ve previously spoken with previously, you want to make sure you’re asking him or her a new batch of questions.
3. Be Inclusive.
The third tip is to be inclusive of other people. By that I mean, reference conversations you’ve had with others in the organization. [You can even use this in the first round of interviews.]
Whether you’re speaking with somebody you previously spoken with or you’re speaking with new people, one the best tactics you can use is to refer to what you and someone spoke about and then ask for their opinion.
Andrew LaCivita is an internationally recognized executive recruiter, award-winning author, trainer, and founder and chief executive officer of milewalk and the milewalk Academy. He’s dedicated his career to helping people and companies realize their potential, consulting to more than two hundred organizations and counseling more than eleven thousand individuals. He often serves as a trusted media resource and is the award-winning author of Interview Intervention, Out of Reach but in Sight, and The Hiring Prophecies.
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I’m happy to share other people’s work on the tell me about yourself question. This is not an endorsement of their techniques, but simply alternate viewpoints.