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    What is the attitude the interviewer searches for?

    I am a pre-final year student pursuing professional course in the field of management. I will be sitting for the job interviews in various companies from next semester. So I would like to know what type of attitude does a interviewer search for? Please give your valuable suggestions for my better future.

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    Vinod Singh Bisht Array
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    Re: What is the attitude the interviewer searches for?

    Dear Freind
    Greetings,
    Keep in minds first two things then third.
    1.Confidence
    2.Good communication and
    3.Knowledge.
    All the best.

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    Re: What is the attitude the interviewer searches for?

    Hi,
    For preparing interview you have to be strong technically,that means at least you have to have some basic knowledge about technical concepts.Prepare your resume in best way try to avoid common errors like spellings ,prepare relevant skills mentioned in resume. Appearance should be important,it should reflect your maturity.Be neat and you should be very formal.listen to the questions carefully ,don't be nervous during interview think that it is a conversation and give very concise answer.Learn more about your company.Managers want to know if you are interested in the job and if you will do the job with consistent effort.they expect good communication skills and confidence good behavior.
    All the best

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    Re: What is the attitude the interviewer searches for?

    Hi buddy

    I think you should definitely have a positive attitude in your interview as most of the interviewers look for that. You should work hard for your interview and have confidence in yourself and then I am sure you will succeed in your interview. You should not worry what your interviewer wants from you but should be prepared in such a way that your interviewer automatically gets impressed by you. So friend you must be confident of yourself and that must reflect on your face and in your attitude and I am sure you will definitely impress your interviewer.

    An interviewer definitely searches for positivity in you and also how much confident you are. He also sees whether you are nervous or not and also a very important thing is that you should not sound overconfident . If you sound overconfident then this will certainly create a bad impression on the interviewer. So you should definitely take care of this and keep it in your mind.

    The simple rule is to remain confident and then I am sure you will present yourself with a right attitude to the interviewer and thus make a good first impression. Rest depends on your interview for which you should be fully prepared. Good luck

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    Re: What is the attitude the interviewer searches for?

    Hi
    If you are preparing for an interview then it is very important to keep few points in mind :
    -->> While facing the interview you should be confident and not over confident.
    -->> Be patient and calm.
    -->> Keep a positive attitude.
    -->> Try to give positive response in every question.
    -->> Convince them that you are potential and capable of handling things well.
    -->> Try to give response telling that you are flexible and open to every challenge that comes across your path.
    -->> Overall Have a positive attitude.
    Thank you

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    Re: What is the attitude the interviewer searches for?

    there are multiple things interview likes to see
    1- your confidence
    2- your attitude
    3- your patiance
    4- technical knowledge
    5- communication skills
    6- your manners, gesture
    7- your diplomatist

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    Re: What is the attitude the interviewer searches for?

    Hi
    As you are preparing for your interviews you have to work on various aspects as follows:
    -->> Focus on your communication skills. Go to some institution where they will help you sharpen your communication skills.
    -->> Increase your confidence level.
    -->>Work on your gestures and body language.
    -->> The most important part is keep a postive attitude.
    -->> Practice giving mock interviews,this will help you how to answer in your PI.
    Thank you

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    Re: What is the attitude the interviewer searches for?

    You cannot judge interviewers mind and also what kind of attitude he is looking for you should better concentrate on your skills be positive don't pretend to have very positive attitude.. Its better be yourself and have confidence answer all the questions put by interviewer in clear and sharply and honestly... Even though you don't have any answer for particular question then say it honestly.. Don't fake it up or make ur answers.. This kind of attitude is required by interviewer... Try to be confident in your subjects that enough don't try to over react during interview.. Attitude cannot be learnt its in built but you can improve and correct yourself all the best

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