Conduct a Telephone Interview: Tips Expert

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• Get prepare before take a telephone interview. Make a list of question you will be asking to the interviewer. Make sure your line of questioning is thoughtful, organized and precise. You owe it to the interviewee to be impeccably prepared for the interview so that you don’t waste any of his time.
• If possible you can set up an interview date and time in advance. Give him some idea that how many times it will take.
• Don’t call your interviewer before time or late. Make sure he knows that your conversation will be recorded.
• You should start your tape recorder before interview. (Most cassettes are 60 or 90 minutes, so you probably have either 30 or 45 minutes before you’ll need to worry about flipping the tape over.)
• Start the asking. Don’t be afraid to ask follow-up questions that aren’t on your sheet. Leave the unnecessary talking.
• Remember that you are not face to face with interviewer so you can’t understand his movement, pay especially close attention to her verbal signals. Make note of when she seems comfortable talking about a particular subject, and when she seems uncomfortable. Listening to her tone of voice, the rhythm of her pauses, whether she is volunteering information willingly--these cues should tell you when to move on to another question, and when to press further on the current one.
• Because, great interviewers are great listeners.

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