Taking notes of where you went right and wrong will help not only develop their knowledge of interviewing right, but also assess their strengths and identify areas of development.
Some indicators for your interview performance analysis at work could be:
- Were you on time?
- Did you face difficulties to answer any questions?
- Did you maintain eye contact and body language decent?
- Did you remember to ask the interviewer the right questions about the article?
- How would you rate now that the interview is over?
- What areas do you think could have done better?
- When sending a follow up email or a thank you note, make sure you get the name of the person right.
- Spell-check your document thoroughly. Typographical errors can leave a lasting negative impression.
- Do not hound the interviewers for a response, unless you are in a critical position.
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