6 Things That Can Make All the Difference in Your Next Job Interview | TIME
Eric Barker stashed this in Diabolical Plans For World Domination
First impressions matter even more than you think:
They’re the most important part of any job interview. And once they’re set, they are very hard to resist. Optimize first impressions from the outset by framing the conversation with a few well-rehearsed sentences regarding how you want to be perceived.
A course that was successful in making managers more charismatic focused on these techniques:
- framing through metaphor-stories and anecdotes
- demonstrating moral conviction
- sharing the sentiments of the collective
- setting high expectations
- communicating confidence
- using rhetorical devices such as contrasts, lists, and rhetorical questions together with non-verbal tactics such as body gesture, facial expression, and animated voice tone.