Google has fast become a valuable 21st century tool. A volume of information is now available instantly, virtually eliminating the excuse of “not being prepared or informed” for any conversation.
––Want to find out information about the person(s) who will be interviewing you? Google their names. You might be surprised at the wealth of information you will find, including great ideas for ice breakers.
––And what, exactly, does Google have to say about you? You should know – because chances are very good that the person interviewing you already knows … including comments made in newsgroups, chat rooms, and other public forums.
––Want to find out information about a job title? Google it. For instance, you could type in “Director of Finance job requirements” and find posted positions along with a wealth of information about requirements for the DF position that is valuable for your resume and your interview answers.