Step 4 of Interview Preparation: Know What You Will Bring to the Job

by | Dec 11, 2018

Take the time to consider what skills and experience you will bring to the job. If there are experiences relevant to the work of the new position, jot them down and review them before your interview. If you have skills that are needed to do the role well, be ready to mention them.

This type of preparation is Alia Hollback’s 4th step, in which she urges you to, “know how your particular skill set will translate to your job role and how it will help contribute to the overall goals of the team or department.” Hollback also highlights the need to ‘sell yourself’ without feeling “gimmicky or disingenuous.” Your employer needs to hear the positives that you bring to consider them when selecting a candidate.

Photo: retrieved from Pixabay, available under the public domain.

This post is brought to you by Contemporaries, one of the best temp agencies in Boston MA

Recent Posts

Quote of the Day: Optimism is a strategy for making a better future. Because unless you believe that the future can be better, you are unlikely to step up and take responsibility for making it so
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Tumblr
  • LinkedIn
  • Pinterest

Quote of the Day: Optimism is a strategy for making a better future. Because unless you believe that the future can be better, you are unlikely to step up and take responsibility for making it so

The first step toward improvement is believing that improvement is possible. Optimism of this kind can help us progress in our professional lives and better the environment in which we work. See the possibility and make it so.  As Noam Chomsky observes,    Optimism is...

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This

Share this post with your friends!