The same applies to graduates. Why do some people succeed but others fail to try? There is a “first impression” question. According to psychologists, the first cause effect, the recency effect, the catfish effect, the halo effect, etc. are all laws of psychological phenomena. It only requires the skillful use of the job, and it will definitely shine in the first time. From many applications Stand out from the crowd and take advantage of employment opportunities. Job seekers may wish to give it a try.
1. The primordial effect: it is shocking to wear publicity
Case: Xiao Yang is a graduate of a prestigious engineering school with good professional skills and excellent grades. He stood out from the thick application materials and entered the pre-selection list. But when she was interviewing, she was dressed too trendy: bright short tops, worn low-rise pants, and big tropical earrings exaggeratedly. As soon as she entered the door, the examiners composed of senior engineers were stunned, and the examiners did not ask much. This question ended the interview, and of course she was eliminated.
Make a first impression in 45 seconds
Comments: “primary effect”, also called “first impression” effect. Psychological research has found that meeting a person for the first time can produce a first impression within 45 seconds. The first impression can be formed and dominate in the opponent’s mind. The role of the primordial effect in the interview cannot be underestimated.
Although the examiner’s “impression” standards are different, in general, some standards are the same. This is: pragmatic, cheerful, energetic, confident, frank, smart, and capable will give people a good first place. impression. Science and engineering majors are required to be “reliable and able to bear loneliness”, but Xiao Yang’s dress left the recruiter with the first impression of “showy and ostentatious”. Her exit is natural.
2. Proximity effect: plain but confident
Case: The graduate Xiaolin is a plain-looking little boy. He went to a unit to participate in an interview. After entering the examination room, the examiner only asked lightly which school he graduated from and where he was from. After waiting a few questions, he said that the interview was over. Up. Just as he was about to leave the examination room, the chief examiner stopped him again and said: “You have answered the question we asked, and the judges feel that it is not very good. What do you think of this?” Xiao Lin immediately replied, “You didn’t propose it. It reflects the problem of my level, so you don’t really understand me!” The examiner nodded and said, “Okay, the interview is over, you can go out and wait for the notice.” As a result, the admission letter arrived as scheduled.
The most recent and last impressions are often the strongest
Comments: The most recent and final impressions are often the strongest, which can dilute the various factors that have occurred before this. This is the “proximity effect”. In fact, the first time that the examiner said that the interview was over, it was just a setting made. It was the last test for graduates. He wanted to use this to test the candidates’ psychological quality and on-the-spot adaptability. If you answer this question well, you can make up for the shortcomings of the “primary cause effect”; if you don’t answer it well, the candidate may be abandoned due to this final key question.
3. Catfish effect: the organization shows vitality when applying for employment
Case: Xiao Chen is the class leader. He hopes that his classmates can have a good job as soon as possible. Therefore, every time he participates in the job application activity, he will become a passionate organizer. In the job application field, he will help the students make suggestions and let the male students do the job. Female students opened their way in front of the crowded recruitment desks of popular units and handed in their resumes together. Before his resume was handed out, several units took the initiative to ask him about his situation. One unit found that he and his unit’s employment needs corresponded to him and immediately asked him if he intended to apply for their unit.
Strive for a clear theme and a clear perspective
Comment: Xiao Chen accidentally showed the “catfish effect”. The catfish effect stems from an allusion. Norwegians love to eat sardines, and only the fish caught by an old fisherman is alive. The mystery is that he mixed a small amount of catfish in the sardines he caught, which kept the sardines caught in a state of excitement all the time. They were alive and kicking, so they could sell for high prices. The “catfish effect” generally refers to people who are unique and can bring vitality to groups and enterprises in talent science.
Such people are most popular. When recruiting, especially when there are many graduates in the talent market, recruiters will pay great attention to the performance of everyone. Among the applicants, who is the most energetic, who is the most creative, and who is the most popular. In the group interview, we must also pay attention to the “catfish effect”. If it is your turn to express your opinion, you must strive to have a clear theme, a clear point of view, and a strong argument to stand out
Will be strong to a certain quality of him, and cover up the weakness
4. Halo effect: Reading the Pictorial
Case: Xiao Liu is a junior college student, and he goes to a foreign trade unit to apply for a job with a group of undergraduates and graduate students. He knows that if he simply submits his resume like that, there is definitely no hope. He thought of an idea. When the recruiter had lunch at noon, he took an all-English version of the pictorial in front of the recruiting desk and read it there.
When the recruiter was attracted by the color pictorial, he used fluent English to tell them interesting stories on the pictorial. Of course, the final result was that the recruiter accepted his resume with only a “specialty” degree, and he succeeded Was recruited into this unit.
We must fully demonstrate our own advantages
Comment: Halo, originally refers to the blurring phenomenon that occurs when the moon is enveloped by a halo. The “halo effect” is a common psychological phenomenon, that is, when evaluating a person, it is often due to a strong and clear perception of a certain quality characteristic of him, which conceals other qualities, even weaknesses .
In the job application, if graduates can skillfully use this halo effect and fully demonstrate their own advantages, they will definitely leave a deep impression on the recruiting examiner, win the recognition of the other party, and achieve success in the application, just like The same as junior college student Xiao Liu. Of course, when using this effect, we must be careful not to deliberately create a “halo” effect. The effect of such vain behavior can only be counterproductive.