Sit up straight – posture is critical. Be sure that you’re sitting upright and lean slightly forward to show your interest and engagement in the interview process.
Maintain your enthusiasm – you can show your enthusiasm by giving simple nods and positive gestures here and there. After all, you’re a job candidate, not a bobblehead figure.
Keep your distance – respect the personal space of the interviewer. Anything closer than 20 inches could make them uncomfortable and serve as a distraction.
Prepare for interruptions - if the interviewer receives a phone call or someone walks in on the session, keep your cool and wait for them to finish. You never want to fidget in your seat and act
is if you’re too important for an interruption. You could extend courtesy by displaying your willingness to leave and give them a bit of privacy.
End the interview like a professional – when the interview concludes, always stand, smile and end the interview on a positive note with a firm handshake.