2012-1-10 10:44:29 版主
In reality, many interviewers are inexperienced, unskilled, and otherwise unable to conduct effective interviews. But if handled correctly, encountering a bad interviewer doesn’t need to derail your interview.
Here are some of the most common types of bad interviewers you might encounter and how you can effectively navigate each.
1.The no-questions interviewer
This interviewer talks on and on about his/her job, his/her professional background, the company’s culture, but barely asks you any questions about yourself. This might seem like an easy interview, but in fact it can be an especially tricky one, because it leaves you without opportunities to demonstrate that you’d excel at the job.
What to do:
Steer the conversation back to the job opening and your qualifications. Say something like, “Would it be OK to take a minute and lead you through my professional background? I think it’ll tie in with what you were just saying about the job.”