All you can control in these situations is yourself, so be sure to be put your best self out there when engaging in person-to-person networking by avoiding the following faux-pas.
Interviews are stressful. With that stress, one may be more inclined to make a faux pas or flub; these types of slips are incredibly different to come back from. Instead of instituting a recovery plan, it is much more proactive to simply avoid such foot-in-mouth moments all together. This week in Interviewing 101, we will continue to speak about the most common errors made during interviews – and why you should absolutely avoid them.