An object initially at an elevation of 5 m relative to Earths surface with a velocity of 50 m/s is acted on by an applied force R and moves along a path. Its final elevation is 20 m and its velocity is 100 m/s. The acceleration of gravity is 9.81 m/s2 . Determine the work done on the object by the applied force, in kJ.
March 21, 2016 Prepare for Interview Do your __homework_____ Prepare a selfsummary Easiest way for interviewer to turn conversation into interview Why are you sitting in front of me and why should I hire you Rehearse interview questions Primary and Secondary/Followup questions Open and Closed questions Neutral and Loaded or Leading questions Illegal questions Questions about engagements, relationship status, children (need to know if you will move with husband/have kids) They will have pictures of their families facing out making you talk about them Grey question = grey answer What was the question Prepare a list of questions To ask them Make sure it is the best one for you Set __goal___ What do you want next if you get a second interview Interview like a politician We know what the companies want have examples of good communicator, group work, and leadership plan a mini speech and wait for a question where you can plug your example in (diverse examples) March 23, 2016 Guidelines for Interviewee __dress appropriately (for that audience)_____ It’s okay to ask what you need to wear (ex: if you’re touring a plant, make sure you’re wearing appropriate clothing) Don’t make it all about clothes, it’s suppose to be about you Be careful with perfume and cologne (none); not too much make up/bling Guidelines for Interviewee Dress appropriately Arrive early (but not too early…) Leaving time for traffic, getting lost If you get there early à review and get in the groove Be considerate and thankful They are taking time out of their schedule for you (respect their time) Be confident _shake hands_____ A firm handshake matters Build relationship Find something in common à look around environment (artifacts) OR have 3 general conversation pieces In thank you note à reference what you talked about Bring supplies Pen, resumes (in case there is more than one), references On references: can’t just write anyone down (need permission) à bring but do not give out unless they ask for one (if they are serious, they will call and ask for your references) questions Use active listening Think before answering It’s okay to pause Be enthusiastic Ask questions During the Interview Listen actively Think then answer Consider nonverbal communication Don’t invade their space Posture à look confident but not stiff Be clear and concise with answers Be enthusiastic Show diversity in your answers Ask if answered fully Always “on the record” Ask questions (avoid salary) Whoever speaks numbers first loses If they ask you à What would someone with my resumes, experience be worth to the company Know bottom number Bridge Set the next step Before you leave ask them if it’s okay to contact them Get permission to contact them After Interview Shake hands Say thank you Write a __thankyou note__ 2448 hours of a note, not an email Critique yourself Followup with permission Contact for feedback