5.27.22 HR Daily Advisor: 4 Things to Do if you Want People to Remember What you Say
Have you ever not want to be remembered following an informational or actual interview? Of course not, because making a memorable impression (in a positive way) allows you to stand out from among your peers, which can increase your odds of building a relationship and/or getting your dream job.
But how, exactly, can you enhance your chances of being remembered after a relatively short discussion with a professional contact, hiring manager, or new boss, without lying, exaggerating or reporting confidential information?
The article that follows makes several useful suggestions for doing just that. While the piece includes being generally remembered for things that are said, these principles apply in networking conversations, throughout the interview process and on-the-job, as well.