Still learning these. I have definitely had my share of interview failings but I'm trying to learn from them. Occasional successes too.
  1. Ask questions
    They say there are no dumb questions, but try to ask thoughtful ones. Be curious. What questions would you ask to get going on your first day?
  2. Listen
    That too is its own skill that they may be trying to assess
  3. Show that you care about the other people in the room and that you can build relationships with them quickly
  4. Don't just say that you have ____ quality or experience, show it or tell a story about it
    Easier said than done. Actually, pretty hard.
  5. Do your homework.
    That way, you can tailor what you share about yourself, how you present yourself, and which questions you choose to ask.
  6. Know at least a few strengths and weakness to share
    Classic question. I'm not actually convinced that it gives tons of insight about the interviewee, but it's often there nonetheless.
  7. You are interviewing them as much as they are interviewing you
    But there's a fine line somewhere in there
  8. Dress appropriately
    Not underdressed, not overdressed.
  9. Know the 3 impressions about you that you want them to walk away with at the end of the day
    How do you convey those things? What if they don't ask the "