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Speaking to Multiple People in An Interview (VIDEO)

Speaking to Multiple People in An Interview (VIDEO)

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In response to someone who I coach, I created a video to illustrate how you speak to multiple people on an interview.

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4 thoughts on “Speaking to Multiple People in An Interview (VIDEO)

  1. One of the most disconcerting interview styles and combined with rapid fire questions and a duration over 3 hours can be sheer torture

  2. One of the most disconcerting interview styles and combined with rapid fire questions and a duration over 3 hours can be sheer torture

  3. 3 hours is designed to break you AND it is designed to do a few more things. Most panels are not done over that period of time. They are designed to be much more concise than that otherwise they could just do individual interviews.

  4. 3 hours is designed to break you AND it is designed to do a few more things. Most panels are not done over that period of time. They are designed to be much more concise than that otherwise they could just do individual interviews.

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