The social skills psychology.

In part 1 of the same titled blog, we were talking more about the voice as a tool for a successful communication and its application for a successful interview for the future desirable employment.

Outside of the voice, the potential employee needs to know exactly how to answer, which could be very intricate questions, thrown at him by a potential employer.

I was amazed how self absorbed and self centered my client appeared when he introduced me to the potential questions and gave me an example of his answers back to the interviewer.

It was all about him and what he wanted, instead of trying to convince a future employer that he would be an invaluable performer for the aforementioned company and his future position in it, and that’s the objective why he would want to work for this new company would be his potential professional growth, and thus, professional satisfaction, pride and joy.

Instead, he was answering the questions, implying the potential limitations with respect to his unavailability to travel, or do what is required by the company standards.

He was to dictate what he wants and what he does not want to do during the potential employment.

He also made me aware that in his previous job, he constantly was giving instructions and pointers to a senior employee and then, to his surprise, he was asked to leave.

So to conclude, not only the aforementioned person has been experiencing voice problems and vocal inadequacy, he also has been experiencing the lack of the social skills and the general understanding, as we say in Russia, that you do not come to some one else’s church with your own prayer, so to speak.

Author's Bio: 

Diana Yampolsky is the Master Vocal Coach, Studio Vocal Producer, and Non-Surgical Voice Repair Specialist at The Royans Professional Vocal School in Toronto, Canada. She is also the creator of the Vocal Science (TM) method and Talent Scout and Director for the 4 A.M. Talent Development and Artist Management Group Inc.

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