the interview: preparation
1. It all starts with your attitude, which should be positive, and one where you are selling your qualifications, talents and abilities to the hiring company's management.
2. To do point #1 you must prepare, for only in this way can you present yourself in the most favorable light. The very minimum you should do is review the question portion of this section. This information will come from:
- - Your executive recruiter.
- - Annual report of the company.
- - The business section of our local library.
- - Friends who know the company.
- - The corporate web site.
3. Review agency's creative work.
4. Be sure your scheduling is such that you will be on time and not rushed for the meeting.
- - a. Most important is a good night's sleep.
- - b. Most companies expect you to be well groomed.