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How to End an Interview with Enthusiasm
“All’s well that ends well.” This phrase has been used to death but has never lost its charm. It’s as true today as it ever was. People don’t remember how you start — they remember how you end. End your interview the right way and the good impression you make will linger long after you are gone.
This is simple psychology and you can use this “trick” to succeed at all your interviews with ease. End your interview with enthusiasm and leave a positive vibe, and the employer will think you’re the right candidate for them.
But how do you end an interview with enthusiasm? Below are six simple strategies to help you end your interview on a positive note.
1. Be Enthusiastic Throughout the Interview
Don’t save your enthusiasm for the end of the interview. Maintain a positive vibe throughout the entire interview; look confident, keep a smile on your face and sound excited throughout the process.
2. Smile at the End
Regardless of how the interview went, never lose your smile. Smiling reflects your personality and demonstrates your enthusiasm for the position. Show the employers your best smile at the end and hope to win their hearts.
3. Ask the Right Questions
“Do you have any questions for us?” This is a question nearly every interviewer will ask. It is a perfect opportunity to show your interest and enthusiasm. Make sure to ask relevant and smart questions about the position or company.
4. Avoid Awkward Silences and Confusion
When the interview is coming to a close, there may be awkward silences and confusion on both sides. Avoid this by being confident in your questions and your next moves.
5. Close the Interview the Right Way
Tell the employers something that will make them feel good about themselves and something that will make you look optimistic. For example, “I am very excited to work with this company,” will help you exude confidence and give off a positive vibe.
6. Give a Firm Handshake and Maintain Good Posture
This is your last chance to show them you are happy with how things went and that you’re thrilled to work for them. Stand up straight, maintain eye contact and keep your posture confident. Extend your hand for a firm handshake.
These are six ways to guarantee you end your interview on a positive note. Be optimistic and enthusiastic and your chances of getting hired will be higher!