How to handle the stress of interviewing interviewees
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Dan Levy, a writer for The Atlantic, is a regular on NPR’s The Morning Edition.
In his new book, What to Ask an Interviewee: How to Avoid a Conflicted Interview, Levy shares how he approaches the interview process and why the process can be confusing.
In the book, Levy lays out seven rules that he believes help interviewers avoid conflict and help interviewees learn.
The first rule is to be curious.
The second rule is not to say anything that you might regret.
The third rule is, you have to be willing to admit your mistakes.
The fourth rule is be honest with yourself.
The fifth rule is have fun.
The sixth rule is learn from the interviewees mistakes.
And the last rule is make sure you have a good story to tell.
Read the interview here.
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