Fri., April 20, 2012 5:45pm (EDT)

WORKING: After The Interview
By Joshua Stewart
Updated: 2 years ago

ATLANTA  —  
There are things job candidates should do at after they’ve been through a job interview. Brandon Smith outlines his three-point follow-up plan. (Photo Courtesy of <a href=http://www.flickr.com/photos/timpatterson/476098132/>Tim Patterson via Flickr</a>.)
There are things job candidates should do at after they’ve been through a job interview. Brandon Smith outlines his three-point follow-up plan. (Photo Courtesy of Tim Patterson via Flickr.)
Job-seekers network to find potential opportunities. They craft a resume and cover letter to get in front of a recruiter. But after the interview, it’s a lot of waiting to find out what the hiring manager or prospective boss has decided.

There are things job candidates should do at this point instead of waiting around, according to Brandon Smith. He outlines the steps in the delicate dance of communication after a job interview.

Brandon Smith teaches about leadership, communication, and workplace culture at Emory University's Goizueta Business School. More of his advice is on his blog and at theworkplacetherapist.com. And while you’re there, ask him your workplace or career question. We might use your question on a future radio segment.