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How Many True Job Interview Questions Are There?

BY: Bhawin Patel | Category: Others | Submitted: 2012-05-06 02:19:39
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Article Summary: "Got the job? - Strengths Not telling the interviewer that the candidate from the CV is the right business. After this conversation is so important that the interviewer and the candidate. Interviewers ask for specific examples of what has been a successful candidate and what they have not done well (which they have failed). They.."


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The answer may surprise you!
There are only three
Yes that's right, but three!

These are:
First you do the job?
Second Do you work?
The third or the organization will work with you tolerate?

If you think back to an interview question you've ever asked or answered. One of the questions above is the basis for one, but the real question is formulated. They are all focused on trying to harness the strengths, motivation and fit candidates to assess.

Preparing for your interview
It is important to prepare for a business meeting or interview is your opportunity to sell their most valuable asset ... for yourself!
If you are the interviewer, are clear in your head, what strengths, motivation, and looking for suitable interview time.
If a candidate is willing to think through the examples to illustrate your strengths, what motivates you in the organization and / or role and how well you think you fit into the organization.

In order to emphasize their strengths in the areas most important for the interviewer. Talk about how you would be motivated to challenge the role, and discuss why you would dare to organizational needs.
(BRAVE), behavior, relationships, attitude, value and Environment (BRAVE).

Got the job? - Strengths
Not telling the interviewer that the candidate from the CV is the right business. After this conversation is so important that the interviewer and the candidate. Interviewers ask for specific examples of what has been a successful candidate and what they have not done well (which they have failed). They may want to know what the candidate has learned from that experience and what they would do differently in the future.

If a candidate is willing to think through the examples to illustrate your strengths, what motivates you in the organization and / or role and how well you think you fit into the organization.

Do you like the job? -Reason
Organizations need people to drive, determination and passion that has motivated the right reasons. This is easy if they are wrong in their motivation Wain first.

Can we tolerate with you? - Install
All organizations are looking for people think your culture and values ​​fit. All industries have different cultures, values ​​and ethics, but more importantly, many companies focus on culture, because it may be the only difference between a busy market place. Both the interviewer and the candidate must think about and work out what their core values ​​are and what they seek. For example, not clearly explain your company's culture and values ​​can be a bad fit and / or staff turnover mean.

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