11 Steps to More Confident and Effective Interviewing
In my experience, very few people are strong interviewers right out of the gate, and it is a task that often ranks relatively low on the list of things most enjoyed by restaurant hiring managers and recruiters. Even the most outgoing "people-person" personalities struggle to hit their stride.
But it's never too late to improve. With some determination and practice, it's an artform that most can fully cultivate.
Here are 11 detailed steps to help you become a more confident and effective interviewer.
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