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Only use positive words

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Talk in 1st Person

Don’t say: You need to be resilient in recruitment
Say: I am a resilient person that’s how I have managed to be successful in recruitment

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Use Present or Past tense

Don’t say: I will work hard
Say: I have been working hard in my current / last position where I ...

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Always Sell Yourself

Use your Unique Selling Points - What makes you different?
e.g. Languages / Achievements etc...

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Use the Feature + Benefit Rule

Don’t say: I will work hard
Say: I have been working hard in my current / last position where I ...

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Always Be Specific

If you say I have the skills for the job, then be specific about WHAT SKILLS you bring. Always explain
yourself in as much detail as possible, using facts and figures

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Give Examples

Use work and life experience to prove what you are saying is accurate
e.g. I am hard working, currently I start work at 9am and don’t finish till 8/9pm everyday...

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Tell them Stories

Build a relationship, make them like you... get them involved in your story – Practice around 5 stories
before your interview and then use them as and when possible

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End Answers on a High

Save a strong point or example to the end of your answer so that the interviewer remembers you.
Normally the first point that comes to mind is your best, save it to the end so you know the final
point. Let the rest be natural and when you can’t think of anything else or you feel it’s time to end.
Drop in your “killer ending” and end your answer with a bang.

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Most importantly remember – IT’S NOT WHAT YOU SAY... IT’S HOW YOU SAY IT!

So be energetic, enthusiastic and confident – you have nothing to lose.