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 Interview Tips

 Frequently Asked Questions:


  • Tell me  something about yourself. Use “Picture Frame Approach”

Take 2-3 minutes.Avoid details.

  • How many years, doing what function
  • Education and  credentials
  • Major responsibility and accomplishments
  • Personal summary of work style
  • Career Goal

 

  • Did you bring your resume?

Yes. Be prepared with minimum one extra copies.

  • What do you know about our organization?

Research the target company before the interview. Basic research is the only way to prepare for this question. Study the website of the company before going to the interview.

  • What experience do you have?

Try to explore experience relevant to the company.

  • According to your definition of success, how successful have you been so far?

Be prepared to define success, and then respond (consistent record of responsibility)

  • In your current or last position, what were your most significant accomplishments? In your career so far?

Give one or two accomplishment statements

  • Had you thought of leaving your present position before? If yes, what do you think held you there?

Refer to positive aspects of the job, advancement opportunities, and what you learned.

  • Would you describe a few situations in which your work was criticized?

State only one, and tell how you have corrected or plan to correct your work.

  • If I spoke with your previous boss, what would he or she say are your greatest strengths and weaknesses?

Be consistent with what you think the boss would say.

  • How would you describe your personality?

Keep your answer short and relevant to the job and the organizational culture.

  • Your Strengths

State 2 to 3.. Relate them to that particular company and job opening.

  • Your Weakness

State “positive in disguise.” I am sometimes impatient and do to much work myself when we are working against tight deadlines.” Or “I compliment and praise my staff, but feel I can improve.”  

  • How did you do in school?

Briefly narrate your best and favorite subjects.

  • In your current or last position, what features did you like most?

Refer to your satisfiers for likes. Cautious with dislikes, give only one (if any) and make it brief. Refuse to answer negatively.

  • What do you look for in a job?

Try to overview the interest of the employer and  Address his interests, rather than yours. Use words like “contribute,” “enhance,” “improve,” and “team environment.” Fit your answer to their needs Relate your preferences and satisfiers/dissatisfiers to the job opening.

  • How long would it take you to make a meaningful contribution to our firm?

“Not long, because of my experience, transferable skills and ability to learn.”

  • How long would you stay with us?

“As long as I feel that my contribution making this company glorified and that my contribution is recognized. It will help me for long term commitment.

  • If you have never supervised, how do you feel about assuming those responsibilities?

If you want to supervise, say so, and be enthusiastic.

  • Why do you want to become a supervisor?

“To grow and develop professionally, to help others develop, to build a team and to share what I have learned.”

  • What do you see as the most difficult task in being a supervisor?

“Getting things planned and done through others and dealing with different personalities.” Show how you have done this in the past.

  • 21.Why are you leaving your present   position?

Do not explore the negative reasons, even if they are true. However, some companies have financial problems which may preclude you from staying with them. Frame your answer positively by answering why you want to move to the target company instead of why you left or want to leave your most recent job.

  • Describe what would be an ideal working environment?

Team work is the key.

  • How would you evaluate your present firm?

Be positive. Refer to the valuable experience you have gained. Don’t mention negatives.

  • What kinds of people do you find difficult to work with?

Use this question as a chance to show that you are a team player: “The only people I have trouble with are those who aren’t team players, who just don’t perform, who complain constantly, and who fail to respond to any efforts to motivate them.” The interviewer is expecting a response focused on personality and personal dislikes. Surprise her by delivering an answer that reflects company values.

  • How would your co-workers describe you?

Refer to your strengths and skills.

  • What do you think of your boss?

Find something positive to say.

  • Why do you want to work in a company of this size. Or this type?

Explain how this size or type of company works well for you, using examples from the past if possible.

  • If you had your choice of jobs and companies, where would you go?

Refer to job preferences. Say that this job and this company are very close to what best suits you.

  • Why do you want to work for us?

You feel you can help achieve the companies objectives, especially in the short run.

  • What was the last book you read? Movie you saw? Sporting event you attended?

Think this through. Your answer should be compatible with accepted norms.

  • What are you doing, or what have you done to reach your career objectives?

Talk about formal courses and training programs.

  • What was wrong with your last company?

Again, choose your words carefully. Don’t say anything  negative. Say that no company is perfect, it had both strengths and weaknesses.

  • What kind of hours are you used to working?

“As many hours as it takes to get the job done.”

  • What would you do for us?

Relate past success in accomplishing the objectives which are similar to those of the prospective employer. 

  • What has your experience been in supervising people?

Give examples from accomplishments.

  • Are you a good supervisor?

Draw from your successes. Yes, my people like and respect me personally and professionally. They often comment on how much they learn and develop under my supervision.

  • How have you helped your company?

Refer to accomplishments.

  • The most difficult situation  or some stressful situation you ever faced on the job?

Be ready for this question by thinking of a story that has a happy ending happy for you and your company. Never digress into personal or family difficulties, and do not talk about problems you  had with supervisors or peers. You might discuss a difficult situation with a subordinate, provided that the issues were resolved inventively .

  • How do you handle rejection?

Rejection is part of business. People don’t always buy what you sell. The tick here is to separate rejection of your product from rejection of yourself: “I see rejection as an opportunity. I learn from it. When a customer takes a pass, I ask him what we could do to the product, price or service to make it possible for him to say yes. Don’t get me wrong: You’ve got to makes sales. But rejection is valuable, too. It’s a good teacher.”

  • In your present position, what problems have you identified that had previously been overlooked?

Refer to accomplishments

  • Example of your creativity.

Refer to accomplishments.

  • Examples of your leadership abilities.

Draw examples from accomplishments. 

  • Your career goals and objectives

Talk first about doing the job for which you are applying. Your career goals should mesh with the hiring company goals.For Goal explore long term and  for Objective short term thinking/expectation should be provided.

  • What position do you expect to have in two years?

Just say you wish to exceed objectives so well that you will be on a promotable track.

  • Why should we hire you?

Explore your strengths. Explore the exact need of the company for your position.

  • You may be over-qualified or too experienced for the position we have to offer.

“A strong company needs a strong person.” An employer will get faster return on investment because you have more experience than required.

  • Why have not you found a new position before now?

Finding the right job takes time. And I think this is a right time to change. Add few supportive positive points .

  • If you could start again, what would you do differently?

No need to be self-revealing. Everyone would make some changes, but I have learned and grown from all my decisions.”

  • How much do you expect if we offer this position to you?

Very important question. It relates to the deceision making part.Try to foresee the future and demand as per present and future market value of your skills, abilities and experience.

 
   
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