Today’s topic is how to follow up after the job interview so that you stay top of mind.
Do you remember snail mail? We’re in the age where everybody uses the internet email or some other platform to communicate? Yes, that’s fine, but you want to make yourself stand out. Here’s one tip to make yourself stand out at the end of a job search. May I suggest you get quality Thank You cards, and address them to those interviewers and put your business card inside and handwrite it, talking about the interview and thanking them again for their time? For a small investment, you can make a huge impact.
If you really want to stand even further above the competition, may I suggest you go to FedEx or UPS or another courier with all those beautiful multicolored envelopes and FedEx or courier that envelope with the thank you card in the middle and make sure you send it on the last day of the interview.
When you leave the interview, ask the interviewer when the interview session is wrapping up and then make sure you get that FedEx or that courier or that UPS envelope in their hands on the last day of the interviews. This is a great means of following up after the job interview and bringing your name back into the conversation.
As they wrap up their interview stage every client who engages my service, I then send them a thank you note because it increases my impact. And I also want to thank them because I know the investment they’ve made in my services. So now I’m going to say thank you to one of my clients. I’m going to mail the letter to them.
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