To make all our exciting Blue Chip Dallas, Inc. customer acquisition goals for 2018 a reality, we’ll need to bring new team members on board. This means our hiring managers will be very busy interviewing potential associates – an exciting prospect for us, but a possible source of anxiety for interviewees. To help make the process less stressful for applicants, we suggest looking for these telltale signs that let candidates know a meeting is going well:
• Nonverbal Cues: Body language is hard to fake, so look for good eye contact, a posture that shows interest, and smiling from a Blue Chip Dallas, Inc. interviewer. Also, if the meeting seems to be moving along at a pleasant, leisurely pace, this is another positive nonverbal indicator.
• Questions That Indicate Cultural Fit: Skills and experience are important, but they aren’t the best gauges of whether a person will succeed with us. How well someone meshes with our team ethos matters more. When an interview turns to things like hobbies, future goals, or other interests, this means that a candidate has the basic skill set, and the interviewer wants to determine how well he or she would fit into our company culture.
Knowing to look for these signs that an interview is going well can help relieve some of the stress candidates feel. We go into more detail about these and other interviewing strategies on our Blue Chip Dallas, Inc. Newswire feed; visit us there.