Start by enlisting a family member, friend or partner to play the role of interviewer, and ask that she stay in character from start to finish. Then use these 10 tips to from corporate trainer Marlene Caroselli to make your interviews—both mock and real—successful.
Do your homework
“Learn all you can about the organization in advance,” advises Caroselli. Share this information with your mock interviewer, perhaps in the form of crib notes. She can use this to grill you.