It doesn’t matter whether you’re a Klingon Overlord sending intimidating messages to the USS Enterprise, or a manager simply interviewing a new candidate over a video chat, first impressions are everything. Having a potted plant in the background might brighten up your workspace, but it kinda undermines the message if you’re sending threats to Picard and his crew, right?
And it’s not just your background to consider. If you’re leading a virtual interview, keeping things productive and professional means you’ve got to prepare in other ways, too. This course is designed to show you how.
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to:
- Recognise the importance of environment
- Explain best practices and how to prepare for an interview
- Describe virtual conference technology and its benefits
Why should I take this course?
Times change. We can’t ‘Klingon’ to face-to-face meetings. With modern advances in tech, virtual interviews are becoming the norm. If you are the first point of contact with a candidate, even accidents like putting yourself on mute can damage your company’s credibility. You’ve got to get those all-important first impressions right if you want your business to live long and prosper.