Here are some helpful interview questions to review before your interview. Create a unique response for each one. Always being prepared before an interview is most important.

1. Tell me about your greatest accomplishment on the job.

2.Tell me about a difficult situation you encountered at work and how you overcame it.

3. Give me three adjectives you would use to describe yourself and examples of you work style to support them.

4. Give me three adjectives you would use to describe your weaknesses/areas for improvement and the reasons why you feel you need to work on these.

5. If I was to ask a co-worker about you, how would they describe you on-the-job?

6. Tell me about a time where you were required wot work with a difficult person (i.e. client, coworker, manager, etc.). How did you handle the situation? What was the outcome?
7. If you were given a task to complete in an unrealistic time frame, what would you do?

8. If someone came to you with an enthusiastic, yet unrealistic request, how would you handle it?

9. Why are you looking to leave your current position?

10. What do you wan to get out of your next job?

11. Tell me about the best manager you ever had? Now tell me about the worst?

12. What are the three most valuable things you’ve learned while working in your current position?

13. What was the biggest mistake you’ve made on a job? How did you handle the failure?

14. What do you feel makes you successful in your current role? Give an example to support your success?

15. What do you think makes a company good to work for? What do you like about your current company? What could be better?

16. Do you prefer working alone or in teams? Give examples of how you have worked successfully both alone and in a team? what do you attribute your success to?

17. What are your own business philosophies – What do you feel must be present in a successful business?

18. What skills are you looking to develop in your next job? Why?

You should always have questions to ask-rewrite the questions in your own words…this way you can ask them in your interviews.

You want to Connect – Learn – Ask and Close

1. How did you join the company?

2. What has this company taught you?

3. What makes the department I’d work in successful?

4. I’ve done my research on the company, but I’d love to hear you describe the corporate culture here in your own words.

5. What makes this a great place to work? And since no company is perfect, what could be improved upon?

6. What traits do you feel a person needs in order to be successful at this company?

7. Can you give me an example of a recent hire that has been successful?

8. What are the three greatest strengths of this company? What are the three greatest strengths of the department I’d be working in?

9. If I could change add/change anything about myself and my experience to make me a better fit for the position and the company, what would it be?

10. What are the next steps in the hiring process?

When closing regardless of your style and how you choose to close the interview, there are some key points to keep in mind:

1. Leave your interviewer with the right picture of you. think of at least five skills or traits you want remembered after the interview.

2. Ask if there is anything else you can provide, such as references, background information or work samples.

3. State your interest in the position. Don’t be overly anxious, but act interested. Remember to mention the added value you can bring to the job.

4. Ask about the next step in the process. It’s important for you to know the next step so you can follow-up. Ask for the decision date.

5. Find out how to contact them. If you don’t hear back, you will need to know who to contact and whether they will accept calls to check the status.

Determine which closing is best for you and the situation at hand. 🙂



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