The best way to prepare for your interview is to know your background and accomplishment really well and how you can contribute to the new organization. You are typically given the first few minutes to share with the interviewer your background and accomplishment.
1. Prepare a short introduction of yourself in a clear, concise and convincing manner in less than a minute. You should include your background and accomplishment. You should also be prepared to elaborate on major points in your resume
2. Explain the reason(s) for leaving your previous positions, especially for positions less than 2 years.
3. Be prepared to explain all time gaps. Be clear and focus on what you accomplish during that time.
4. Identify your personal strengths and how they have helped you performed in the past.
5. Identify your personal weaknesses and what you have done to overcome them
6. Research on the new position, the company and the industry and focus on how you can contribute to the firm.