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    Interview Skills Analysis

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    An important skill for every person to have is having good interview skills as a bad interview results in no job. Most young people dislike the whole interview process or don’t have the experience which can lead to the interview going wrong. Many schools and colleges help with this by offering mock interviews, tips and advice to help with this and give students the change to earn interview experience for the real thing. The work based learning module is basically a placement I had to acquire myself and take part in an interview to secure the placement in the Bangor Visitor Information Centre. Preparation When preparing for an interview I always ensure that I have suitable and smart clothing chosen and that my appearance is neat and clean. This is important for me to do as those conducting the interview will have their first impressions will be based on the way I present myself. I think the outfit I chose was smart and suitable for an interview and that I did present myself well and I would wear that same outfit for any other interviews. I prepared by gathering information about the centre and where it was as I was unsure of its location before the interview. This made me more nervous about the interview as I didn’t know where the building was situated, to fix this I got directions and walked down to reassure myself of where it was. I think this was a good idea to do before the day arrived as if I didn’t do this I may have been late to the interview trying to find were the…

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    Language is a tool we use to create the life we desire. Living in the United States means having to speak English. Glenn Davis, in Speaking English Right, says “English speakers in the United States earn more money than non-English speakers.” As in today companies are looking for people with good social security numbers and as we know most Mexicans that weren’t born in the United States don’t have social security numbers. My aunt was born in Mexico in a small town call Ixcatiopan. Coming to …

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    Talking to someone who I knew all my life, my brother Kevin made this interview effortless. As I turned on skype on October 11th, my questions were in one hand and a voice recorder in the other I was prepared, I was ready! Sitting in my comfortable computer chair in a room that contained the essence of lavender scented air freshener, like a wild fire it was spreading with the assistance of the box fan on directly behind me, transforming the room into a cool artic breeze. Once he answered the…

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    It was June 9, 2015. At five o’clock P.M. I was taking on a new and diverse task. It was something I had never done before; I was interviewing a complete stranger. Her name is Jasmine Carter. She is 41 years old, and a single hard working mother of three beautiful children. The ages of her children are twenty four, nineteen (soon to be twenty), and fourteen, she also has a five year old grandson. Although she counters many problematic things in her life like raising her kids on her own and…

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    In this communication video, I focused the interview on the importance of the individual’s nutrition, their exercise schedule, and how they cope with stress and related factors to these concepts. To begin the interview, I introduced myself at 0:01s stating, “Hi Samantha, I’m Becca, I’m your student nurse today…”. By introducing myself, I am beginning the Introductory Phase. It is important to identify my self and my role to make sure the client is comfortable with the situation and can express…

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    For this interview I Googled for different articles about preparing for in-depth interviews. I came across this particular article that caught my attention. I chose this article because it gave me more information about preparing myself for the interview. This article titled Collecting data by in-depth interviewing by Rita Barry, Ms. Barry said in-depth interview is a type of interview that researchers use to collect information, so we can attain a better understanding of the interviewee’s point…

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    Getting a Job for Dummies ‘What are you doing here?’ ‘You could be making money’ ‘Do something with your life!’ These are a few of the points parents tell teenagers when young, and everybody knows they are so right. Looking for a job might be the hardest thing people will ever do. It could be for the reason that people are too lazy to look for a job, or their parents put too much pressure on them. Finding the right job could be so difficult just for the reason that these people don’t want to go…

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    I interviewed Joanna Delfin to find out more about my dream job in nursing. Ms. Delfin is a nurse practitioner at Glenn Burnie, she works mainly with young children at an urgent care organization called Kinder Mender. A day before the interview, I had met with an older nurse to find a good time for the interview, the next day when I saw that Ms. Delfin looked significantly younger I was surprised, I hadn’t been expecting someone who looked so young. When we introduced ourselves and she seemed…

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    Biopsychosocial Assessment Critique Capus P. Barnett Valdosta State University In my endeavors to learn how to efficiently interview an older adult, I interviewed a woman named “Teresa Craig” that is sixty-five years old. Interviewing Ms. Craig was a slightly different experience from other interviews I have conducted over the years. It was the first time I interview someone that could be considered “elderly”. I gave me a new perspective on how someone older me thinks and…

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    The interview speech experience definitely taught me a lot more than I had expected. The interview portion of this project was just as much of a learning experience as the speech. I gained I better understanding of the verbal and non-verbal skills I mastered, changes I would make, and the experiences of other people. Verbal skills are something that I feel I have not completely mastered yet. However, there are some I noticed a great improvement in since the first speech. One is talking at…

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