Kevin Sheehan’s Top Tips For A Successful Interview

Kevin Sheehan has been a favorite ESPN host for many years. He is best known for his role as the co-host of the Cooley and Kevin show with Chris Cooley. Before that, he was the co-host of “The Sports Fix” and a news anchor on “The Tony Kornheiser Show.” Both great shows. But like you and I, he wasn’t born a radio host, he had to go through the trials and tribulations of proving himself as well. well since he did it before you, he has some advice to share that might be useful to the newcomers into the industry. Here are Kevin’s interview tips to get the best possible role!

 

Be Ready To Ask Questions

 

Interviewers and managers meet a ton of people and hand out a generous amount of questions. Eventually they’ll pass the mike to you. Be ready for that. Ask a few smart questions. They’ll like that. From the recruitment standpoint, this kind of curiosity is welcome. Interviewers look at someone who doesn’t ask questions and see a disinterested candidate. Don’t be that candidate.

 

Interview Them, Too

 

While you’re asking them questions, why not interview them too? After all, the interview is to see if you’re a good fit. You might feel that it it’s hard to break the frame that you are the one being asked the questions and they are the ones asking them, but you’ll quickly find that most interviewers are happy to answer. If you as a candidate are expected to demonstrate what you can do for a company, they must do the same in return.

 

Ask To Meet The Team

 

Find out who the people are that you will be spending potentially many years with. What is the nature of their character? This is a hugely important thing to learn about the culture. If you don’t fit with the team you will have a bad time.

 

Ask To Meet Your Boss

 

There’s a reason for the saying “pick your boss, not your job”. You have to ask to meet your boss and quickly assess his or her personality. This is the person who will be giving you taks Day in and day out. If you two don’t mesh, again, you’ll have a bad time.
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