Presentation on theme: "Interviewing 101 for Healthcare Information Technology Professionals Tara Faigle, TAACCCT Career Coach Denise Glick, TAACCCT Career Coach Stephanie Wenger,"— Presentation transcript:
Interviewing 101 for Healthcare Information Technology Professionals Tara Faigle, TAACCCT Career Coach Denise Glick, TAACCCT Career Coach Stephanie Wenger, TAACCCT Job Developer
Agenda Interviewing Techniques Interviewing the Interviewer What NOT to do in an Interview Different Styles of Interviewing The Phone Interview Q&A
Interviewing Techniques Be on time. Dress Professionally. Make eye contact. Use a firm handshake. Have a breath mint. Listen to the interviewer and interject examples of how your experience supports the needs of the interviewer. Support your answers. Do not used canned answers – give examples when you answer a question.
Interviewing Techniques Cont. Practice your answers. Research the company. Understand what the company does, their corporate culture and what sets them a part from the competition. Use these facts in your interview! Make the connection. Show how your experience is the “right fit” for the position. Relate to the interviewer.
Interviewing the Interviewer Ask Relevant Questions Interviewing Tips: Do your research Know Company Know Industry Know Corporate Culture Ask questions
What NOT to do in an Interview Arrive Late Dress Inappropriately Speak poorly of your current work environment Appear Arrogant Lack of Research; be unprepared Failure to ask questions Divulge too much information Discuss Salary to soon FORGET TO FOLLOW UP
Different Styles of Interviewing The Behavioral Interview Intimidating Interviewer Relaxed/Friendly Interviewer Panel/Group Interview Phone Interview
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