Facing: and Acing - a Behavioral Interview - Knowing more about how to come out a Winner - Dueep Jyot Singh

Facing: and Acing - a Behavioral Interview - Knowing more about how to come out a Winner

By Dueep Jyot Singh

  • Release Date: 2016-03-18
  • Genre: Self-Improvement


Table of Contents

Expectancy of Employers and Some of Their Tactics
Be Prepared
Identifying Yourself with Your Company
It Is Question Time
Your Curriculum Vitae
The Team Spirit
Important Points of a Behavioral Interview
A Pleasing Personality
Positive Mental and Emotional Outlook
Initiative And Promptness of Decision
Flexibility and Adaptability
Author Bio


If you have ever held a job in this hectic world, naturally, you may have gone through the dreaded, horrible, “interview” process. This book is based on experience, especially when I have been on both sides of the table and you are going to get plenty of tips, techniques, and information about interviews, dos and don’ts, what your employer expects from you, what you should expect from your employer, and also personality development tips and techniques, which are going to help you throughout your life both professionally and personally.

Seriously, I find the whole interview process rather boring. The slickest, most fast talking guy who is articulate is going to get the job. That is because he managed to persuade the interviewers that he was the best person for the job.

That reminds me of one of these candidates who impressed us with his articulate and concise speech. Along with that, there was another candidate who was equally impressive because he was so persuasive.
We decided to choose the other candidate, – the persuasive talker – and we were just going to say yes to him, when he jumped the gun, assuming that he would be chosen and he spent 20 minutes thanking us because he really needed this job and he was the best person for the job, and he would not disappoint us. He was a dedicated person, experienced, he knew everything about the job he was going to undertake and so on.

He literally talked himself out of the job and seriously, let me tell you, I had the greatest of pleasure, putting on a sober face and telling him – when he got time to take a deep breath – that we were very pleased with his performance during the interview, but we were rather sorry that he was not selected. We were definitely not sorry. We were rather glad that he had shut up, finally sitting there with his mouth wide open.

He had never expected that. So this book is going to tell you all about plenty of examples and experiences – both mine, and my colleagues, about how best you can face an interview, and get your dream job. Each and every time.

Everybody knows that the initial interviews are preliminary screening devices which offered the opportunity for you and the prospective employer to evaluate each other. Of course, it is very essential that you convince the employer that you are exactly the right person for the job.

More specifically, it is the time to provide adequate and correct information that is going to assist the employer in evaluating your experience, skills, goals, objectives, and personal traits for the position the employer is trying to fill.


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