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ORAL INTERVIEW WHAT TO DO WHEN ASKING TO DEFINE YOURSELF?

1. Be confident.
Interview- most purposive form of communication between individuals.
2. Greet the interviewer.
3. Introduce the following; 1. Background
TYPES OF INTERVIEW
2. Occupation and work experiences
1. Information Getting- to get statements from the other person that represents beliefs, 3. Hobbies and personal interest
attitudes, opinions and feelings. 4. Future plans.
2. Information Giving- to provide information to the other through instructions, orders, PREPARATIONS
directions, explanations and making assignments. JOB INTERVIEW
3. Problem Solving- to assist the other person in other person in defining realistic goals and - a transaction event that needs a thorough preparation of body and mind.
alternative ways of accomplishing goals.
4. Persuading- to get the other person to adopt his/her point of view about something. PREPARATION OF BODY
Convincing. -refers to considerations for an appearance that will reflect good health, good grooming,
5. Appraising- to review how well the other person is performing in terms of expectations. poise and wholesome personalities.

STRUCTURE OF AN INTERVIEW MIND PREPARATION


1. Opening -refers to intellectual readiness.
2. Body
3. Conclusion
Preparations for a Job Interview
1. Physical Appearance
OPENING 2. Intellectual Readiness
-should be organized with coherency and unity. 3. Confidence Building
-accomplishing two (2) objectives; 1. Establishing rapport DON’Ts
2. Discerning the purpose of the interview 1. Scratching any part of your body.
2. Changing your feet position every second.
*Rapport- commonly established through cordial greetings and reception. 3. Drumming the table.
- the purpose of the interview should be revealed early. 4. Juggling your pen.
5. Winking evey now and then.
6. Laughing to hide fear and anxiety.
BODY
-information sharing, question and answer is conducted, reactions of both parties
SUMMARY:
(interviewer and the interviewee) to feedbacks and ability to progress into conclusions.
1. Review your credentials.
2. Make yourself familiar with the company.
CONCLUSIONS 3. Prepare questions and answers.
-includes; 1. Review/summary which major points or relevant ideas are quickly revealed. 4. Be careful of your appearance.
2. Orientation towards expectation of what will happen next. 5. Be prompt.
3. Expression of appreciation 6. Be prepared.