Executive interviews can be very different from interviews
for public office. Usually done in a more “relaxed” conversation
style, not question and answer. So, the ability to hold conversations and get
your interviewer involved in them is very important. Here are some things that
might help you win the CEO job.
It is very important that you look your interviewers in the eye
Say how you feel about the company in the most
straightforward and critical manner possible, don’t hold back
Whatever you say, be brief and specific (no storytelling)
Prevent starting just about every sentence with
“I think” or “Actually” or both
Do not hesitate to open a discussion (to get
your interviewers interested)
Don’t be afraid to talk back
Show a keen interest in the company and the
Offer business insights from an outsider’s point
Avoid touching your face or your hair
Show initiative and sensitivity to business
How to dress like a CEO (for an IT related business)
So you’re eyeing that CEO job and are getting really anxious
over the upcoming interview session? Perhaps now it’s time you kept your nerves
in check and focused on how you should exhibit a professional image during the
This is as much about fashion as psychology – there is a
reason for whatever colour, style, and material you may choose.
What’s the business?
Smart-casual is what you should go for and the formula goes
like this: blazer + T-shirt + jeans + sneakers
Substitutions allowed: cardigans for blazers; open-neck
shirts for T-shirts, pants for jeans, loafers for sneakers
Who will you be talking to?
You want to show your CEO qualities but, mind you, you’re
being interviewed by a bona fide CEO so you’d better show some respect and it
can be easily done: simply don’t wear black.
A T-shirt that shouts intelligence
Use colours sparingly and make sure you don’t wear another
company’s logo on your chest. A white one, with or without patterns, is always
safe. While round-necks exude more sophistication, a V-neck shows confidence
and playfulness but both will go well with a slim-cut blazer.
Jeans, pants and skirts
This is to earn respect, so
Nothing too loose or too tight
Leave your baggy jeans and sagging pants at home
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