Body Language & AttitudePosted in Cabin Crew Interview Tips • No comments
Body language and attitude are critical elements during an interview. Two people can respond equally well to an interviewer’s questions, but have very different outcomes due to body language and attitude.
For example, if you answer questions without looking at the interviewer, this indicates you are very shy and lack confidence, not particularly desirable qualities of a flight attendant.
Similarly, if you do not maintain comfortable eye contact while the interviewer is speaking, it indicates a lack of attentiveness.
If you fold your arms, it indicates you are very defensive. So, if you truly want to make a positive impression during your interviews, be very aware of your non-verbal behavior; make sure you sit with good posture, limit your hand-gestures, do not fold your arms, and maintain eye contact throughout the interview.
In addition, do not say or do anything that would indicate you are egotistical or have a bad attitude. At the close of every interview, always thank the interviewer for his or her time.
Desirable Qualities of a Flight Attendant
Airlines seek applicants who possess certain qualities that make them ideally suited for a flight attendant career. Knowledge of these qualities will make it easier for you to compose your resume and complete your application, as well as interview more successfully.
Use or relate to these terms as much as possible in your resume, on your application, and during your interview(s):