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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

How to Answer Any Question A Interviewer Could Possibly Throw At You!


Finding New Car-8 Hours Of Research. Job Interview Preparation 30 Minutes! Foolish?


Why would you spend 8x more time looking for a new car or a new flat panel display for your house as opposed to  preparing for a job interview? We are strange creatures:). As an older skilled work you know what it takes. But the question is how.


In less than 15 minutes you will learn how to:
    * Be ready with the best answers to job interview questions.
    * Increase your confidence; easily calm nerves or fear. 
* "Package & Spin" your work experience so it is a perfect fit for the job.
    * Position yourself as the BEST candidate for the job. 

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11 comments:

Anonymous said...

How to Answer Any Question A Interviewer Could Possibly Throw At You!

A Interviewer should be An Interviewer

Anonymous said...

WHY DID YOU LEAVE YOUR LAST JOB?

oceanflash08 said...

Yes a good open ended question.

Randee said...

Ive been asked some odd questions lately.
The interviewers are looking for creative solutions and quick thinkers.
"How Would You Move Mount Fuji?"
"Why are manhole covers round?"
"If you could be any animal, what would you be and why?"

One Step said...

If you were sat here on my side of the table what would you ask me?

Anonymous said...

"I'm sorry..........but I don't think you are the right fit for this job"

Anonymous said...

For curly questions, I always say "That's an interesting? then smile then a pregnant pause. It should give you a good 10 to 15 second moment to think before you answer

Anonymous said...

oppss, I should have written......For curly questions, I always say "That's an interesting Question? then smile then a pregnant pause. It should give you a good 10 to 15 second moment to think before you answer

Anonymous said...

Here's a good question for you to ask your interviewer:
"If I were to ask your key employees what it is that they like best about working here, what do you thik they would say?" Then later ask for the opportunity to meet with some of the employees... and ask them the question. See if their answers match the interviewer's perception.

Kelly Bovier Stearman said...

Anonymous November 6 ===> fantastic question. I've asked this before, and it works beautifully. Gives an insight beyond the words spoken, and gives you a chance to engage with other employees, building rapport (and maybe finding there is no rapport).

- Kelly

Kelly Bovier Stearman
www.itsMYurls.com/kelly
Connect with me if you like.

Anonymous said...

I was asked...can you come up with a vision statement?

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