Tips From the Experts: Interviewees & New Workers

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This is one of those rare posts that could apply equally well to librarianship or science.

Clearing out my documents folder I came across this list of links I referred to in my job search, and as I began my new job.

I feel that there are many ways in which we are judged based on how we look, the way we move, our responses to different situations, and it never hurts to examine if we’re making the impression we want to.? Some things that create a negative impression may be habit, others may be the result of differing world views.? As always, do what you feel comfortable with and believe is right.

Not all advice will apply or be appropriate to you, but it never hurts to know about the unwritten rules before you choose to break them anyway 😉

Will Unwound #109: Rules for Rookies

6 Steps to a Great Elevator Pitch

Most Effective Communication Strategies With Various Personalities

The Art of Biting One’s Tongue (Interview Strategies)

Mastering the Art and Science of Thank-You Letters

5 Ways to be Persuasive

Your Best Self

7 Stupidest Interview Questions and What They Really Mean

Signs of Insecurity

5 Things That Make You Look Like a Noob

Body Language Be Careful What You Don’t Say

4 thoughts on “Tips From the Experts: Interviewees & New Workers”

  1. Thanks Kiyomi for including a link to my post – this is a nice collection you have here! Great advice about always paying attention to the impressions we are leaving with others. 🙂 How’s the new job?

  2. My pleasure Tim! I really love my new job! I was very fortunate to find a good fit in both the position & institutional culture. Hope things are well for you too.

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