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Look for the right boss: confidently stand up for yourself!

It is likely that you will not remain happy in the new job for a long time if you have made too many trade-offs regarding your demands in the interview. So from the beginning you are ready for your demands.

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Stand for your interests!

But that you stand up for yourself and your interests is crucial for your success. Because it also shows your potential Managerthat you have dealt seriously with your demands beforehand. You should note the following:

  • Think carefully about what and especially how you demand it.
  • Keep in mind that the different industries offer different benefits to employees. You need to know for yourself what's important to you.
  • Remember that your demands are to the Company which should be adjusted to your current career level or level.
  • Consider whether you will be offered alternative benefits. It makes a huge difference whether you work for a medium-sized company, a corporation or a start-up apply.
  • And then it comes. Do not just ask, but explain why certain demands are important to you and why they are justified in your eyes.

Show development potential

But you should not only make demands, but also show your development potential. I already wrote in the first part of the article that openness means accepting your weaknesses. There is a good reason for this:

If you present yourself as a perfect employee right from the start, how should this be development then look? The same is the case with employers. They are often looking for employees who can optimize processes, initiate changes or achieve better performance.

When an employer makes such demands, he admits that things are not going well. This should then be made clear in the conversation. Nobody helps if an unrealistic picture is drawn at the beginning and expectations are disappointed.

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Ask for feedback

Just a little thing at the end. At the end of the interview, just ask for a short one Feedback. It is not about the fact that this feedback should express directly whether the candidate is eligible or not and what the decisive reasons were.

These reasons will not give you a potential employer due to the General Equal Treatment Act. It is more about a first perception of the conversation. Say: what opened the conversation, it was a pleasant atmosphere, as was the first impression - a feedback without any personal features.

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4 responses to “Find the right boss: stand up for yourself confidently!”

  1. Monika B. Paitl says:

    RT @SimoneJanson: Find the right boss - 3/3: Stand up for yourself! -

  2. Simone Janson says:

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