Interview Strategies: Handling a Callback
By Valerie Fontaine and Roberta Kass
A typical hiring process consists of an initial screening interview and one or more "callback" interviews. All of the strategies you used to succeed in your first interview apply to subsequent interviews -- but more so.
The initial interview eliminates candidates who clearly lack the requisite skill and fit; subsequent interviews dig deeper. You are introduced to additional members of the team, usually some of the hiring committee and managing partners, peers and subordinates in your department. Each interviewer will have a slightly different style and perspective.
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