How to make a great second impression

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How to make a great second impression


The first job interview establishes your fit for a position. Subsequent interviews determine your competency. If the first meeting goes really well, expectations for the second meeting are usually very high. A so-so second interview can frustrate an H.R. person intent on presenting only top talent to a hiring manager. It not only shuts down the immediate opportunity, but also may freeze you out of future opportunities with that company.

Ken Graham — a veteran recruitment and staffing consultant — shares proven ways to either reverse a bad first impression or build on a good one.

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