Every 8 seconds:
What, you ask, are theses ABCs?
Let’s explore the ABCs a bit more.
communication, problem solving, and work ethic (Source). With just this basic information, anyone
can frame up an opening attribute sentence.
For a College Graduate, it might read something like:
At Columbia State, I am a problem-solving leader who has worked with teams to
deliver award winning results.
Our College student’s attributes are 1) Able to work in a team 2) Leader 3) Problem solving. I
time this opening sentence at out about 7 seconds. Perfect!
The objective from the interview is to get an offer. To get an offer, you must ace the interview. To ace the interview, you need to prepare, practice, and control it. You control the interview by using your interview intro to feed the interviewer the talking points you want them to probe. Don’t slide into a boring, monotonous dialogue that is just a recital of what is already on your resume. Rather, create, practice, and use your ABCs, Attributes – Bridge – Closure. Creating and delivering the Interview Intro captures the interviewer’s attention, makes you stand out from the rest of the candidates, and is the first step in controlling the interview.
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