Ask intelligent questions. The more questions you ask, the more you will be perceived to be a team player. The more it appears that you are working towards a collective solution.
Understand what effective communication is. Proper communication during an interview entails a few variables.
How quickly can you engage your listeners, how passionate do you come across, your voice quality and presence matter more than what you say.
A voice in lower frequency will encourage others to see you as successful.
Interviewing Preparation Increases Credibility
Prior to the meeting, know the points you want to convey. Practice saying them.
Constant hesitations or use of phrases such as “kind of,” “a little bit,” or “sort of” will lead an interviewer to question your competence and confidence.
Qualifiers such as “I think” and “in my opinion” will also lessen credibility and perceived capability.