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5 Interview Wrong Turns

Zac Frank | NursingLink

#4: Being Disagreeable

You may think one way to stand out in an interview is to challenge the interviewer, to show him that you think independently and have original ideas. Wrong.

Most jobs require the ability to interact easily with other people. This is especially true of sales. Psychologists have found that a person’s level of getting-along and agreeableness is generally associated for most people with interpersonal interaction skills.

Once you have the job, you can have your own ideas. The interview is not the time to be an iconoclast.


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    over 4 years ago


    That is interesting to judge interviewers.I have also learned some things regarding psychology of an interviewers.Good to read all wrong turns during an interview.All this information would be helpful for me.

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    almost 5 years ago

    I generally find most articles here very helpful, or at least informative. However, not this one.e.g...If your interviewer is loud, then mimic him and be loud yourself. I don't think so. It does not come across as a very professional article. Sorry.

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    almost 5 years ago


    Whatever happened to be yourself? I have been to several interviews, and while I think it is important to act in a professional manner, the ins and outs of these suggestions makes my head spin. I feel it's daughnting and unnecessary. However, I guess you have to play the game. Therefore,when you get in, then let them know it was just a big BS cover.

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