Graduates and other job-seekers are advised that
candidates who radiate confidence in interviews are more likely to
Matt Caulfield, an expert in neuro linguistic programming (NLP),
recommends that those seeking new positions make sure they have
primed themselves before going into an interview.
"An NLP programme can help to make the difference between an
acceptable candidate and an exceptional one," he said, according to
"To perform at their very best an individual must be well prepared
mentally and have the right attitude - and that confidence will
help them perform better when they get the job."
Gill Rider, director-general of leadership and people at the
Cabinet Office, recently told the Times that if employees approach
what they do with confidence, there is a better chance they will be
perceived as competent.
She added that "skills alone" are sometimes not enough to ensure
career progression and recommended that people project
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