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  • 11 Feb, 2022

Tips For best introduction in Interview

Everybody knows that first impression is last impression. To get a job, your introduction must be Impactful. You know yourself the best, yet giving a good self-introduction in an interview is quite a task. If your introduction goes well, you feel confident, and the interviewers also get a good impression of you.

Ace the self-introduction in style
Who you are
Greet your interviewers and tell your name to start the formal introduction. It is always a good idea to prepare for this most expected question beforehand. Do not hesitate to include some informal, personal information, such as your hobbies, or what you do on weekends.

Where do you come from?
Mention the place you belong to, the location of your school, your college, and so on. Some people do not consider it worth mentioning, but it, surely, gives a lot about your background.

Give a brief account of your educational background such as your school, graduation, post-graduation and so on. Mention extra-curricular activities you have been a part of.

Do not list all the courses and certifications you have done. Just include what is relevant to the specific job profile.

Who you are (as a professional)?
It is always a good idea to identify some worth-mentioning professional traits before your interview.

Start with your current professional profile. You must present your previous work experience in a structured way.
Highlight your personal and professional strengths by mentioning some previous projects.
Note: Do not mention those work experiences in detail that are not relevant to the current profile. Just provide an outline of such experiences. The hiring manager will ask you more if he or she is interested. Excessive talking about your skills and talents might go against you.

General tips for self-introduction
Let us discuss some general tips on how to give a good self-introduction.
A smile goes a long way
Wear a smile when you go for an interview. A smile adds up to your confidence and balances your body language. You also come across as a friendly person.

Greet everyone
A simple ‘hello’ can showcase your etiquettes.

Introduce when you reach the venue
Inform the concerned person or at the reception of your arrival. You should give a proper introduction about yourself.

Maintain eye contact
It is important that you avoid distractions and maintain eye contact while talking. The idea of self-introduction is not just limited to get to know about the candidate.

Always prepare your self-introduction according to the job profile you are giving the interview for. It gives you confidence and leaves a good impression on your interviewers. This preparation also helps you to keep your introduction concise, and you do not end up giving irrelevant information.

Talk about yourself with pride, not fear. All the best!

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