Congratulations! You have made it to the final round of the interview process. This is definitely something to acknowledge and feel proud of. But often times candidates fall into a trap of assuming that the position is already theirs and failing to prepare adequately for this last encounter. At this time during the process, it is vital to keep in mind that you are still auditioning for the position and should continue to do all things in your power to portray yourself as the best candidate out there.
The Anthony Michael Group has remarkable tactics that you should employ during a final round interview that could help to seal the deal.
Let them know you are interested and prepared
It is crucial that you let them know you did your research about the company and even prepared some questions of your own. Asking relevant questions will show that you did your homework and are genuinely interested in the position offered. This is particularly important when connecting with a VP or other high-level executive. They are the people to impress, and they will assume that if you’ve made it this far, you have what it takes to do the job in question.
One last question…
At the end of each interview session, ask the following question: “Are there any questions or concerns I haven’t addressed so far that would give you confidence that I can be successful in this position?” You will probably get one out of three responses. A confirmation on your ability to do the job, a specific inquiry that needs to be addressed that can get you closer to your goal, or a simple “No; I believe we have all we need for now.” So this simple step gives you the opportunity to establish a connection, address any concerns that were left unspoken as well as provides an excellent closure to the conversation.
These are just a few expert recruitment tips from the professionals at The Anthony Michael Group. If you approach the final round with confidence and the proper preparation, you should have an offer coming your way. Check our current career opportunities; The right job in Regulatory Affairs is waiting for you!