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面接、インタビュー

転職サポート情報、面接インタビュー、Career V International キャリアVインターナショナル

面接、インタビューは、面接者と応募者の相性次第

プロフェッショナルの面接、インタビューは、採用者と応募者との相性によって決まる。
中途採用の場合、応募者の面接に対する思い違いが多い。自己満足ではなく相手が何を欲しているかという観点から見直す要がある。独りよがりの過剰な自己アピールに陥ることなく、面接者が何を評価するのかという視点に立って、インタビューを再構築する要がある。あくまでも相手の視点を見据えることだ。

中途採用の応募者の面接に対する思い違い

中途採用の場合、応募者の面接に対する思い違いが多い。「じっくり話せば自分の良さをわかってもらえる」と考えて面接に臨むのは勘違いだ。あるいは今までの成功体験や自分の強みをとうとうとまくし立てる。特に実績を挙げてきたマネジメント層に多く見られる。インタビュアーは日常業務の合間を縫って応募者との面接に対応するという例が圧倒的多数を占める。彼らにとって時間は貴重なのだ。「最初の5分で大体決まる。面接者にとって応募者が良いと思えば更に面談を続けるが、駄目と思えば時間を割くのが惜しい」というのが面接対応の本音部分である。
面接を自己アピールの場と思うのは間違っている。採用されるのはあくまでも求人企業のニーズに合致した人だけ。面接は応募先のニーズに合致する自分を伝えるセールスの場と認識したい。
中途採用の転職は100%自己責任と覚悟する。選ばれることだけを考えるのではなく、応募先が自分の転職先としてふさわしいのかのリスクを確認するための「場と時間をもらう」と言う姿勢を持ちたい。
「何がしたいか」でなく「何ができるか」と言った点について採用側が聞きたいところだ。職務経歴の中身や成果・実績といったfactsが評価対象の大きな部分を占める。その他の評価は、Human Factorの要素だ。人柄、志、識見、企業倫理といった要素を総合的に見る。
要するに、採用者と応募者との相性が面接の成否を決めることを十分留意したい。

Job Interview

Learning to Interview well

Do you lack confidence in your interviewing skills or have you had some bad experiences in past interviews that make you insecure about your ability to perform? You want a competing with extremely talented and well-prepared candidates for the same jobs. You want to be and do your best.

1.Defining the challenge

Interviewing is a skill that can be developed. Acting the interviews means that you do so well in them that you feel great afterwards and that you could not have done any better. As the golf legend Arnold Palmer once said, "The more I practice, the luckier I get."
Interviewing, like other skills, takes focused effort and determined perseverance. The more you practice, the luckier(and better)you will get.

2.Prelude to an interview

Revisit your self-assessment work.
What are you looking for in a job, a career, and an employer? What is important to you? What are your priorities? Why are you interviewing for your particular job? Revisit your values, interests, preferences-the kinds of roles and responsibilities that you want.
Create a clear picture of what you have to offer.
Formulate a picture of what you have to offer to the job and organization for which you are interviewing. What can you do or offer that will make an impact on its business needs and challenges.
Formulate your message.
What are the key themes or the important message you want to convey about yourself? What is the underlying message you are sending in your resume while you are telling the compelling but brief story of who you are, where you have been, what you have done, and what you are capable of doing in your next job, career, or organization.

3.Be ready anything

Anticipate.
Anticipate the questions you think will be asked. Everything on your resume is a fair game, Other questions could derive from interactions or communications you have had with company representatives.
Identify you weaknesses or question marks. Put yourself in the employer’s shoes and think about what concerns or issues the employer would have about you and your qualifications for the job.
Prepare for when it is your turn to ask questions.
Most interviewers will ask if you have questions at the end of an interview. If you do not have any, you may appear disinterested, unprepared, or as someone who does not ask take the initiative. Preparing questions for when it is your turn is an easy thing to do and can reap big rewards.
Conducting the interview
Convey , do not curb, your enthusiasm.
Throughout your time together, show interest, enthusiasm. and appreciation. Be an active listener. Honor the time commitment. It is up the person if he wants to extend the time with you.
Go out on a limb.
  1. Feedback, especially constructive, on your fit and your chances of making a move into the industry and /or company. Ask for suggestions for how you can you improve your candidacy in general-what can do to be competitive?
  2. Recommendations for a few colleagues who might have job opportunities in your area of interest or who might be willing to speak with you ,even infomationally.
  3. Permission to touch base with the individual periodically.
  4. Ask the person to do the same, especially if he hears about opportunities or thinks about other information that would be helpful to you.
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