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Want to Excel at Job Interviews? “Interviewology” Author Anna Papalia Says It Starts With Learning Your Interview Style

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, has been teaching people how to nail the interview for more than a decade. While teaching at Temple University’s Fox School of Business, Papalia found that everyone’s interview style falls into one of four groups: charmer, challenger, examiner and harmonizer.According to Papalia, this categorization is “based on introversion, extraversion and how accommodating or steadfast we are.” Her research found an equal distribution of the four interview styles among both job seekers and hiring managers.

The good news is that there isn’t one specific interview style that tends to .Papalia created a scientifically validated online assessment to help people determine their personal interview styles, which don’t change over time regardless of which side of the interview process they’re on.Understanding your natural inclinations in an interview sets the stage for crafting a tailored strategy.

The first step in mastering interviews is identifying your unique interview style. The four categories can be simplified as:“Charmers go into interviews wanting to make a connection.

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