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Everyday is an Interview at Work!


It is unlikely that with the end of a job interview, you will not be questioned again. Even in the workplace, you are under constant questioning and judgments from your bosses. So, if you are being told from the very start that interview isn’t over yet, don’t take it lightly. The reason why you are made aware of such a challenging situation beforehand is that you come prepared beforehand each day. This adds a charisma to your personality because you are so much actively prepared for a prompt reply. This will surely make you go extra miles ahead of others.

Remember the fact that in your first interview what is judged more profoundly is your EQ. They judge your composure and sheer balance of emotions in dealing with situations that may cause panic. They also see how far you can control your apprehensions and overcome the loss of words when you are questioned about a specific topic. If you excel in these areas and possess a good amount of emotional intelligence then the interviewers are confident that you are the right candidate.

So, let us examine how people can excel in the everyday interview at work:

People with high levels of EQ:

Firms look for those participants who exhibit a high level of emotional intelligence. It is because businesses nowadays are subject to flexibility and frequent changes in the economic, technological and legal environment. That’s why they search for those employees who can strive to save the company in times of dire changes. Those members who can compose themselves when panic and stress overwhelm the company with sheer insight are most preferable. They are able to maintain their power of reason above everything else.

This is the elevator answer for such individuals who do not fall prey to emotional hijack. In this way, they can make their way to progression and success in their careers.

They rise in the wee hours of the morning:

People are most productive when they wake up early because they format their routine with a renewed spirit. An early start allows them to meditate peacefully and plan their goals with sheer concentration when the world is at rest. In this way, they can maintain a good level of productivity for longer periods of time in their day. As a result, this proactive approach will give you a positive outlook and a fresh mindset to tackle the challenging questions at a job in your busy day.

They see every misery as a window of opportunity:

Rather than becoming totally discouraged and cursing the hard times faced in jobs, they see every broken window as an opportunity for themselves. This opportunity gives them life learning lessons. Whether the problem is theirs or somebody’s, it allows them to learn lessons the good way. They become flexible, think positive and look for opportunities amidst the troubles that befall them.

So, this is how people succeed in everyday interviews. Rather than getting dismayed, they calm themselves and take a deep breath. They dig out the element of opportunity within the misery through their insight and patience. They work their way out to seize the opportunity through a strategy.

Negative feedback fails to lull their zeal at work:

Even their fellow’s negative comments regarding their work or social appearance would cease to demoralize them. They will view these criticisms as the mirror where they can reflect on their mistakes. However, they won’t settle with just reflecting on their mistakes. By keeping their egos on sidelines they will actively engage on how to reform themselves. They will stand up and decide that they will learn from their mistakes.

So in the nutshell, look at the opportunities that surround tough situations, prepare clear and prompt answers and try to learn from your mistakes with frequent interviews at work. Once you excel in them you will be miles ahead of others.

Be Happy, Be Peppy! 🙂

Article Credits: Javeriah Hameed | Karachi | Pakistan

Editor: LivePeppy  

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3 thoughts on “Everyday is an Interview at Work!

  1. Having read this I thought it was very informative. I appreciate you taking the time and effort to put this article together. I once again find myself spending way to much time both reading and commenting. But so what, it was still worth it!

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