It's natural to be nervous during a job interview. Being put on the spot to answer impromptu and unexpected questions by a panel of interviewers is very nerve-wracking.
Rarely an interview candidate know what questions the interviewers will ask of them. Knowing that responses to interview questions can make or break a candidate's chances of being offered the role can be just too much to deal with for some.
When candidates find themselves nervous during a job interview, they may not answer correctly and even have mind-blanks.
As an experienced and qualified interview coach and careers specialist at Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions, I see this happen to my clients all the time. For this very reason, I deliver interview skills coaching to candidates all over Australia (actually anywhere in the world) to help them become more confident, capable and ready to face their next interview.
Do you have a job interview coming up? Are you feeling nervous about it? Here are my top 10 tips on how you can manage your nerves during a job interview: