Be on time . . . or 5 minutes early (Don't underestimate traffic).
Dress professionally.Wear your best conservative suit and make sure your shoes are shined.
Be prepared: - Have a clean copy of your resume and your "brag book". - Do your research thoroughly. - Have questions prepared to ask. - Determine beforehand how you can relay your accomplishments and the ways in which you have been successful.
Establish good eye contact and have a firm (not too firm) handshake.
LISTEN as well as speak.
Close the interviewer for the job just as if you were closing a sale.
Ask for a business card so you will have appropriate contact information for a follow up "thank you" e-mail.
Send a "thank you" e-mail or note and don't forget to: - Thank the interviewer for their time. - Sum up how you would be an asset to their company. - Ask for the next step in the process.