7. Show your enthusiasm. During your interview, be mindful of the tone and volume of your voice. Adopt a confident, enthusiastic voice that’s neither too soft or too loud. Smile and use hand motions to help keep your voice sounding spirited and expressive.
8. Demonstrate that you’re listening. Though you want to avoid interrupting your interviewer as he/she is talking, engage in conversation and show that you’re listening through verbal cues. Don’t overdue the “mhm”s, but follow up your interviewer’s comments with thoughtful questions and comments of your own.
9. Be honest. Don’t stretch the truth. Rather, express an interest in learning more about areas that you’re less familiar with.
10. Ask questions. Prepare questions beforehand about the company and/or the role. Also, watch the phrasing of your questions. It never sounds good to ask, “What exactly does your company do again”? A better question would be: “I noticed you do XYZ, can you tell me more about ABC?”
11. Say thank you, both verbally and in writing. Follow up your phone call with an appreciative email.
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