Most candidates come to job interviews with one thing on their minds – nail the interview and impress the interviewer. Not a bad strategy, but often a shortsighted one. I’m never going to argue that impressing your interviewer is the most important thing you can do. But what you always need to be aware of is that everyone you come into contact with during your job interview may be ‘interviewing’ you – whether you know it or not.
Rodger Banister is an award winning copywriter and author of It's Not About You: How to think like an employer and get the job you really want.