How to Be an Active Interviewee

Turn your interview into a conversation instead of an interrogation.

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What is active interviewing?

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Eric Kramer, author of “Active Interviewing,” says: “An active interviewer should guide but not control the interview. The interviewee takes on an active participant role.” Kramer relates the job interview to a sales call involving a buyer (the employer) and seller (the interviewee). “This creates a different interview from when a candidate sits in the interview, hoping the interviewer asks all the right questions,” he says.

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