THE FOUR CS OF INTERVIEWING:CONNECT, CLARIFY, COLLABORATE,AND CLOSE
“Most conversations are simply monologues delivered in the presence of a witness.”
“He who gives an answer before he hears, it is folly and shame to him.”
—Prov. 18:13 (NASB)
What might get in the way of your acing an interview? If you’re like most people, one of these problems could trip you up:
- Performance jitters: They happen to everyone. Take a deep breath and make them work for you—they’ll give you the endorphins you need to be “on.” And, should you get out of the interview and think of something important you forgot to say, call the interviewer later or mention it in your follow-up thank-you letter (the one you’ll send within 24 hours of your ...