Did you answer all interview questions with knowledge, experience and confidence, yet you still received a call you were not selected. Maybe you answered all the questions according to your understanding but you were missing the angle the employer was looking for. Maybe your interpersonal skills aren’t where they need to be.
Interpersonal skills have to do with the way you handle yourself in word, in action, in response and so on. Don’t despair! These skills can be acquired but it will take work on your part. You have to be willing to research, investigate, learn and practice what you learn. Begin this process right now! Our first link today is an interpersonal skills assessment test. Take the time to do the test and find out the areas you need to work on. Our second linked article offers up all the various aspects of interpersonal skills and includes several additional links for you to work on each point. Start today to hone your ability to be the applicant who stands out among the rest!
Dillon Job Service office is open Monday through Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM. We have computers for your job search use, copier, fax and scanner. We can assist you in creating your resume or cover letter and offer our services in reviewing them to assist you in having quality documents to present to the potential employer. Come see us at 730 N. Montana, Suite #4 or call 406.683.4259
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