Posted: 22 Oct 2019
Careful preparation, attention to detail, and rehearsing your delivery will help you deliver a confident interview presentation.
When recruiting for certain roles employers sometimes ask candidates to deliver a presentation at their second interview. The purpose of this exercise is to test candidates’ ability to apply their skills and knowledge in a scenario relevant to the role they are applying for. The presentation also demonstrates candidates’ confidence, ability to communicate and ability to influence others. How candidates prepare and deliver their presentation therefore helps employers to choose between candidates with similar experience and skills.
Good candidates sometimes eliminate themselves at a second interview by failing to understand the importance of preparing a strong presentation. Common mistakes include:
The following seven-step approach will help you to prepare and deliver a strong, confident presentation.
As with most things in life, careful preparation is the best way to achieve a good outcome. Your interview presentation will be competing against those of other strong candidates so the better you prepare, the stronger your chances of successfully negotiating this stage of the recruitment process.
Finally, remember that as a leading specialist in the IT sector, Eolas Recruitment has an excellent network of contacts, so when you are looking for your first management role, the chances are our specialist recruiters will be able to find interesting opportunities for you. To find out more about our services and how we can help you, please get in touch.Previous Page Search IT JobsInformation for JobseekersContact Us
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