You may have an impeccable resume and excellent references. You may dress the part and even arrive early. But, if you can’t effectively communicate during an interview, all of that polish and prep goes straight out the window. Many employers value candidates who know how to effectively sell themselves verbally and are able to apply those skills to benefit company bottom lines.
Those who can speak eloquently, without flubs and stutters, are often seen as more professional, intelligent and confident enough to take on the fast-pace of today’s competitive workforce.
Simply Hired details six common speech habits to avoid during your job interview and how you can remedy any that you have difficulty with.