Grad Bites: Interview Tips for Introverts

Are you more the thoughtful, quiet type rather than confident and gregarious? More #shrinkback than #standout? If so, you probably dread job interviews; but don’t worry, HR professional Mark Swain gives some great interview tips for introverts and explains why you have a lot to offer employers…


Grad Bites: Interview Tips for Introverts



Find out more:

For Those Shrinking Violets
Top tips for introverts, & for extroverts who want to better understand the introverts you know

See more from Mark Swain:

Mark is one of our regular contributors at Hello Grads.
 His blogs and videos focus on some pressing issues for graduates: choosing career direction, recognising what you have to offer, and making yourself stand out in a competitive jobs market.

From First to Last
The importance of first impressions & how to make them last

Grad Bites: Work Out how to Stand Out
How to shine in interviews, even as a student or recent graduate with little experience to shout about

Grad Bites: Landing Your First Graduate Job
Mark gives some great advice on landing your first grad job: from tackling applications to dealing with rejections & generally embracing life after uni!

PRIME: 5 Ways to Boost your Happiness
P R I M E: Personality, Resilience, Image, Mindset, Expectations.
Mark explains how to make the best of each dimension, and what you can change to boost your happiness


Mark Swain

Mark Swain

HR Professional, Director of Partnerships at Henley Business School



About Mark Swain

Mark has enjoyed a career across sales, marketing and many aspects of HR. As Director of Partnerships at the Henley Business School, he delivers high-end learning and leadership development to senior business executives – through training, events and networking.
Contact: or and @meritology

Director of Partnerships at the Henley Business School
FInstSMM – Fellow of the Institute of Sales & Marketing Management
Fellow at The Learning & Performance Institute
Lead consultant at The Chemistry Group

Education:  University of Portsmouth – Economics