You got called for a job interview and you think it went well. Now you’re being called back for a second interview. It’s a promising next step, but you’re not hired yet. You’ll have to perform well in this second round and it all depends on how you prepare.
The second interview is different from the first interview
In the first interview you probably met via telephone, SKYPE or in person with a recruiter for about 30 minutes. In this second interview, you’ll most likely meet with the hiring manager or several senior managers and you might even meet with some of your potential colleagues. Ask your human resources contact for the roles of the people with whom you will be meeting and ask for their names so you can research them on LinkedIn.
Interviewers are impressed when job candidates have researched both the company and the background of those interviewing them.
Ask them how they define the company culture, how they came to work for the organization and what it takes to be a success
Interview #1: a screening; Interview #2: the “real deal”
Prepare for your second interview by expecting a series of questions to identify your technical skills, how you’d add value and relate your experience to the new position, as well as behavioral or Continue reading