Dinner Party Behavior

If you’re invited to a dinner party or holiday party, it’s important to be a good guest. This means you have some work to do when mingling with others – even to some guests you have not yet made their acquaintance. Honor the host or hostess; give them compliments and plenty of attention to ensure they made the right call by inviting you.

The same principle can apply to job interviewing. Be a good guest. The interviewer is like the party host or hostess and the interviewee is the dinner or party guest. Honor the interviewer. Make them feel special. Pay them a lot of attention. Sometimes, at a dinner party, if you’re not sure if you should say something, error on the side of caution. Same thing in an interview, keep it to yourself.

Kevin Schwarm

I have over 25 years of professional experience in business, information technology (IT), and customer service. Industry experience in retail, medical insurance, higher education, non-profit, financial services, and property and casualty insurance. Customer focused professional interested in providing value (save time, money and aggravation) by evaluating and analyzing information, services and products with a unique perspective.

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