Providing assistance to individuals or groups
Improves one’s self - value
Strengthens collaboration capacity by working with others
Increases helping attitude to society by contributing to the betterment of the world
Achievement due to work that yield results
Develop skills and background
Improves leadership quality
Enhances creativity by using your own ideas
Elevates challenging spirit
To be recognized in society by receiving credit for achievements
Develops ability to affect people's opinions and ideas
Learn all you can about the organization and the position you're interviewing for. Knowing this information shows you're motivated and keenly interested in the company.
A firm handshake and eye contact while conversing demonstrate confidence. Speak distinctly in a confident voice, even though you may feel shaky.
Make sure you understand what is being asked, else get further clarification if you are unsure.
Depending on the industry and position, get out your best interview outfits.
Carry along a folder containing extra copies of your resume and references.
Give examples that highlight your successes and uniqueness. Your past behavior can indicate your future performance.
Take the time to ask some questions and thank the interviewer post a job interview. These are not only good interview etiquette but also demonstrate your interest in that vacancy.
Never complain about your previous manager, colleague or employer. Aim to give the impression of a capable, team-playing professional who would fit in and not be difficult to manage.