By Mark Tudi |
“To be or not to be” yourself in an interview? That is the question.
One of the most terrifying experiences of the job search can be the interview process. It can get even worse if you are confused as to who should show up, your true personality or your professional personality. Well, the experts have spoken and contrary to the popular opinion of “just be yourself,” many people believe that as important as it is to be yourself, “it’s important that you let the professional take the lead.” This bit of advice is according to Dale Winston, CEO of Amrop Battalia Winston International in New York. If the interviewer’s style is “sharp, crisp and to the point, don’t start wandering off with irrelevant details. When the interviewer is interested in those details, they will ask.”