One of my most popular services right now is interview prep. During these sessions I cover interviewing strategy for tough questions, conduct a mock interview, and give feedback.
When it comes to feedback I share, there are usually two buckets: what someone says and how they say it.
The truth is that your tone and communication style matter in an interview. You could be the most qualified candidate in the world, but if you can’t get that across in a way that resonates, you’re not going to get the job.
On this topic, many people wonder how formal or casual they should be in an interview — and how much they should be themselves vs. saying what they think the other person wants them to say.
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