Former Sales Performance Intern at UnitedHealthcare
almost 2 years ago
I would say make sure you have a good intro statement that speaks to who you are, and who you want to be. Dont worry so much about making sure that everything you say is connected with the position/company, because when they say “tell me a little bit about yourself” they truly want to know who you are beyond your resume. Second I would suggest that you go over interview behavioral questions (you can find this in piper center website). Have examples/notes handy if it’s a phone interview, and if it’s in person just make sure you study and are well prepared for the behavioral questions. Lastly, make sure there is a good balance of being prepared but not sounding rehearsed i.e sound natural. Most interviewers are very nice, they don’t want to trip you up or trick you, so be yourself and try to not be too nervous!