6.Stay positive! Do not make derogatory remarks about previous or present employers. If you are forced to discuss a negative situation always “flip it” by stating what you learned or why you are better because of it.
7.Share stories & anecdotes that relate to the client’s hot buttons. “that reminds me of a time…” Stress what you have made, saved or achieved for previous employers that would not have occurred without your efforts.
8. Be flexible and take cues from the interviewer. Not all interviewers have the best experience interviewing and may not ask you the question you have been poised to answer. Make a list of characteristics, experiences and abilities that you would like to get across during your interview to help lead the discussion.
9. Tell your potential employer what you are going to do for them. Not what they can do for you.
10.Build a relationship. Remember the goal is to hopefully be working with the interviewer(s) in two weeks.
Most importantly, have fun!