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(2005-11-10 12:31:01)
如何造就完美的面试收尾(中/英)

    

  “那么,我什么时候可以开始工作呢?”在面试结尾提出类似这样的问题是非常不合时宜的。这可能会让有些面试官感到大为惊讶,觉得你过分自信了,但也有人会就此结束面试。对于某些人来讲,这样的问题是能发挥功效的。对于其他人来讲,这种方式可能会令人尴尬,或者也能让面试顺利收尾。不管你是自负的,被动的还是礼貌的,又或是处于不同性格之间,面试收尾是否自然轻松取决于你的个性,面试当时的情况以及你申请的工作。
   
  因人而异的选择
   
  产品发展部的经理,Feeney先生对两名合格的候选人进行了第二轮的面试。他正在考虑作出雇佣哪一名候选人的决定。
   
  第一名候选人Phyllis,是一名很聪慧的应聘者,而且有一些成熟的相关经验。然而在面试快结束时,她说“那么,我被出售啦。你希望我什么时候来上班?”,Feeney先生被弄得不知所措。他解释还有其他的候选人需要一并考虑再作决定。Phyllis笑了笑,接着问到她何时能得到答复。他说要到周五。她又说了她期望得到他的通知,并在未来一起共事。Feeney先生对她的自信留下深刻印象,然而也为她的鲁莽而感到有点生气。
   
  另一名候选人Gregory有着与Phyllis相同的资历。他在面试中显得很低调。他询问了很多关于公司未来发展的问题。当面试结束时,Gregory陈述了自己对这个职位感兴趣的原因以及为何他认为自己能很好的胜任这份工作。他也问了Feeney先生何时会做出决定。
   
  Feeney先生的决定主要取决于他寻找的职位和个性。如果他需要为销售部门招聘员工,Phyllis能言善辩的风格可能会让她更容易获得这个机会。但如果他寻找的是一名比较顺从的员工,可能担任财务的岗位,那么Gregory低调的风格更适合。一个人的性格以及沟通风格是面试抉择的重要考虑因素。
   
  面试收尾需要注意的几点
   
  不管你的风格如何,也不管你选择怎样结束面试,有一些关键问题仍需紧记。
   
  1.让面试官对你留下正确的印象。考虑至少五种你希望面试后对方能够记住的能力或特征。
   
  2.询问是否还有什么需要你提供的,如参考资料,背景信息或工作案例等。
   
  3.陈述你对职位的兴趣。不要表现得过分渴望,但要表现出感兴趣。记住提及你能够带给这个岗位的增值内容。
   
  4.询问下一步该怎么做。了解下一步的内容有助你做进一步跟进,这一点对你来说很重要。询问对方作出决定的时间。
   
  5.查明如何联络对方。如果你没得到通知,你需要知道应该联系谁,或者他们是否接受电话查询结果。
   
  面试收尾是很重要的一步, 但你的结束方式应该针对这个职位,你的个性以及面试的风格和面试官本人。紧记这几点将帮你确定哪种收尾方式对于你或眼前的情况更合适。
   

Successfully Closing the Interview

   
"So, when do I start?" A question like that is about as aggressive as you can get at the close of the interview. It may knock the interviewer for a loop and appear to be overly aggressive, but some people think of it as closing the sale. For some people it has worked. For others this approach may not feel comfortable, or have the same effect. Your comfort level with the close -- whether you are aggressive, passive and polite or somewhere in between -- will depend on your personality, the interview situation and the job for which you are applying.
   
Different Strokes for Different Folks
   
Mr. Feeney, the manager of a product development department, held second interviews with two qualified candidates. He was preparing to make a decision to determine which candidate to hire.
   
The first candidate, Phyllis, was a very savvy interviewer and had related some seasoned experience stories. At the end of the interview, however, Phyllis threw him when she said, "Well, I'm sold. When would you like me to start?" He explained he still had another candidate under consideration. Phyllis smiled and asked when she could expect to hear from him. He told her the decision would be made by Friday. She had said that she looked forward to hearing from him and working together in the future. Mr. Feeney was impressed by her confidence, but put off by her forwardness.
   
The other candidate, Gregory, had credentials and experience equal to Phyllis's. His interviewing style was on the low-key side. He asked a lot of questions about the future of the company. When the interview was over he stated the reasons he was interested in the opportunity and why he considered himself a good fit for the job. He also asked when Mr. Feeney would be making a decision.
   
Mr. Feeney's decision will be based primarily on the position and the personality he is seeking. If he is looking for someone in the sales department, Phyllis probably has the better chance of getting the job due to her persuasive style. If, however, he is looking for someone who is more subdued, perhaps for an accounting position, Gregory's low-key style may be more suited. A person's personality and communication style are key factors in the interview decision.
   
Closing Points
   
Regardless of your style or how you choose to close the interview, there are some key points to keep in mind:
   
1.Leave your interviewer with the right picture of you. Think of at least five skills or traits you want remembered after the interview.
   
2.Ask if there is anything else you can provide, such as references, background information or work samples.
   
3.State your interest in the position. Don't be overly anxious, but act interested. Remember to mention the added value you can bring to the job.
   
4.Ask about the next step in the process. It's Important for you to know the next step so you can follow up. Ask for the decision date.
   
5.Find out how to contact them. If you don't hear back, you will need to know who to contact and whether they will accept calls to check the status.
   
Closing the sale is important, but your closing should be tailored to the position, your personality and interviewing style and the interviewer. Keeping these things in mind will help you determine which closing is appropriate for you and the situation at hand.
   
  编辑:曾妍

来源:中华英才网  作者:Carole Martin  发表时间:2005-11-9

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