Here’s an article on the Careerealism site by my friend Mary Elizabeth Bradford: The Best Interview Follow Up Checklist
Her points (read the article because she has more details):
- Find Out The Next Step
- Don’t Think The Worst
- Use Your Common Sense
- Leave A Great Follow Up Voicemail
- Send A Thank You Letter
- Include A ‘P.S.’ In Your Follow Up Letter
- Send A Follow Up List Of Short Testimonials
Note three opportunities to FOLLOW-UP! As you follow-up, focus on potential long-term relationships, not just on a yes/no answer. Of course you want a yes/no answer, but if you change your mentality from “it’s a numbers game,” you’ll leave less casualties on your job search journey and strengthen your network size and depth (of relationships).
Attitude is so powerful, isn’t it? Just going through the motions without the right attitude will be detrimental (trust me, I did that).