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While you should definitely stay abreast of the developments in your field, keeping up with the larger world can only help you. A big part of interview success is connecting with people, and one of the best ways to do so is by finding common interests and knowledge. The more you expand your interests and knowledge, the greater chance you’ll have in connecting with the interviewer.

Furthermore, in an ever-shrinking world, everything is interconnected. “I think in order to truly understand a company’s business problems, you have to understand that company’s position in the world,” says Steve Fogarty, senior staffing partner at public relations agency Waggener Edstrom Worldwide. “As an interviewer, when I feel that a candidate is well-read and pays attention to what’s going on broadly, they rank higher than candidates who don’t.”

Curiosity counts

How many times have you failed to look up an unfamiliar word? Now’s a good time to get into the habit. Install Merriam-Webster’ s online toolbar on your computer, if necessary. And when someone uses a word you don’t understand, ask for an explanation or do an Internet search later.

“There are opportunities to learn all around you all the time,” Fogarty says. “If you think about the smartest people around you, they’re people who ask the best questions. They’re not the people who have the answers all the time. Asking questions everywhere you go is a way to learn a lot and bring a lot to an interview.”

Speak well

Fogarty says you can develop your skills by putting yourself in situations that force you to try to communicate well. “The more you can volunteer to do public speaking, the better, because that's really going to make you feel comfortable in an interview,” he says.

He also recommends taking a communications class. Fogarty, who considers himself an extrovert and a natural communicator, took his own advice. His instructors videotaped him and pointed out subtle tendencies he never knew he had. “Just because you’re comfortable at doing something doesn’t mean you’re good at it,” he says.

Lastly, ask a recruiter or even a family member to interview you, and record it to listen to later. You might be surprised at how you come across.

Silver tongue

We’ve all come across people who have an unusual knack for communicating well. Observe them carefully. What sets them apart? Is it the way they use their voices? Their hands? Their words? Fogarty notes that the best communicators are great storytellers. So the next time you’re listening to a good story, find out what makes it enjoyable, and see how you can apply these principles in your next interview. Conversely, note what makes people ineffective communicators, and avoid those habits.

Feedback facts

A massive detriment to career success is that “people are unaware of how they act”, Fogarty says. “This is where I think a lot of people struggle in life in general. We’re all guilty — every single one of us. I think you should solicit feedback at every opportunity that you can. If you think you irritated someone, find out why. Right or wrong, it’s perception. You could be conveying something unknowingly.”

Constantly work at finding out how people perceive you. “I think it makes you a better interviewee over the long haul if you get feedback about how you convey yourself to others,” Fogarty says.

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