First,write down the feedback that was shared. Then write everything that you believe is wrong with the feedback. Finally, write down what could possibly be true in the feedback. See what you just did? You allowed yourself to process the feedback in a way that identified the 1 percent. http://www.theactproject.com/consultantinterview/2017/01/06/professional-guidance-on-plans-for-interview/Now, what will you do? 4. Seek out the patterns. It’s easy to dismiss feedback that doesn’t match our own self-perception and move on to the next thing without a second thought.http://henrythomasnow.boxcrack.net/2017/01/29/explaining-down-to-earth-course-for-interview-programs
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Always express gratitude for the opportunity to meet for an interview. This is common knowledge, but it lets them know you really want the job. After the interview, follow up with a note that addresses any further concerns or information that you feel will be relevant to them.