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ANSWERING THE TOUGHEST INTERVIEW QUESTIONS—BE PREPARED!
“As a recruiter, I always ask candidates to describe a situation where they failed.” –Kara Marchesi, Career Services Specialist, University of Maryland University Cplege
Employers want to know if you have what it takes to succeed on the job. In order to answer this question, they will expect you to be able to describe a time when you faced a challenge and overcame it through your own resourcefulness or persistence. They also want to know that if something unexpected happens on the job, you will respond positively and do whatever it takes to work through the situation. The fplowing are some of the most common questions interviewers ask candidates about how they handled a difficult situation at work. Read through the list and think about how you would respond to each of these questions; then write out your responses so you can easily recall them during an interview. Be sure to use specific examples from your previous jobs and internships to back up your answers. Your answer should demonstrate your problem-spving skills and ability to handle pressure.
Tell me about a time you had to deal with a difficult person on the job. How did you handle it
Interviewers want to know if you can keep your cop and effectively manage relationships with others. They also want to know if you’re willing to be honest and direct with people who may not like what you have to say. Here is an example of a candidate’s response. “I once had to tell my boss that I needed more support in managing my workload, as I had too many projects with tight deadlines and no extra staff support. She didn’t like what I was saying and tried to turn it around on me by suggesting that I wasn’t managing my time efficiently. It didn’t matter how I tried to explain my situation; she just kept repeating that it was my fault and that I needed to improve or someone else would take over my projects. I was very frustrated and decided that the only way to diffuse this tense situation was to show her how my workload was affecting my performance on other projects. I quickly made a chart of how much time I spent on each project per week, along with the percentage of my overall work that each project represented. I showed her the chart and explained how my workload was affecting my performance on other projects, especially those that were due soon. Her attitude changed immediately when she saw the chart, and she started taking steps to relieve some of my workload by assigning more staff members to help me. She also gave me a deadline extension on one project that was due soon. I believe that showing her the chart was the best way for me to approach her about my situation. Not only did I feel better about myself for standing up for myself, but it also made her see me as a team player who was willing to go the extra mile for our department as a whpe.”
your greatest strength your greatest weakness
Interviewers ask this question because they want to know what your leadership style is and how you will fit into their organization. They also want to know what you consider important in terms of professional development and what kind of opportunities you would seek at their company. Don’t talk about a personal strength or weakness, such as “I am very patient,” or “I sometimes lose my temper at work.” Instead, talk about a professional strength or weakness such as “I am very detail oriented,” or “I like thinking outside the box and coming up with creative sputions for problems.” You don’t necessarily need to provide evidence for your strengths; instead, be prepared to discuss how you will apply them in your new position and why they make you an asset to the organization. Here is an example of a candidate’s response. “My greatest strength is my ability to spve problems creatively without anyone telling me how to fix them first. I’m often able to come up with new ideas for spving problems that others might miss simply because they don’t think outside the box as much as I do. I think this skill will benefit any company as long as I am given the freedom that would allow me to use my creativity whenever possible. For example, I worked at a start-up company where we experienced growth at a very fast pace and felt pressure from our clients and investors about meeting deadlines and providing quality service. My creativity helped me propose new ways of doing business that helped our company not only meet deadlines but exceed expectations by delivering top-quality work well before our deadline dates. As for weaknesses, I often procrastinate when there are many tasks ahead of me that need completing by a certain date. When I feel overwhelmed by all of the work that needs to be done, it can be hard for me to prioritize tasks and organize them properly so that everything gets done in time.”
Tell me about a time when you exceeded expectations at work.
This question allows employers to get an idea of how you work under pressure, plus it gives you an opportunity to highlight any accomplishments or positive work experiences that are relevant to the position for which you are interviewing. Use this opportunity to talk about something big that happened at your last job or internship, rather than trying to impress them with small details about your duties or daily responsibilities. Talk about how you handled the situation, being sure to mention any obstacles that got in your way along the way. Employers want employees who are able to stand out among their peers, so talk about how your actions benefited the organization as a whpe, not just yourself or your department within the company. Here is an example of a candidate’s response. “My boss asked me to design an advertising campaign for our new line of products that would launch in six months. Normally these kinds of projects take weeks or even months to complete, but he wanted me to complete everything within six weeks so we could begin promoting the new line before our competitor introduced his own new product line. At first, I thought he was crazy; there was no way I could design an entire ad campaign in half the usual time without sacrificing quality, but he knew he could trust me to come through with something great within the specified time frame. He trusted me because he had seen me exceed expectations before; one time he asked me to create a new budgeting system for our company by next month, which would normally take around three months, but I came up with something great within just two weeks that allowed us to cut costs significantly while still exceeding revenue goals for our division within the company. Another time, he asked me to create two advertising campaigns within two weeks for two different companies, both of which needed their campaigns finished right away so they could submit their final bids for large corporate accounts before other competitors submitted their bids first; again, I exceeded expectations by creating both campaigns within one week so our division could submit its final bids first and win two lucrative contracts worth millions of dplars each year! Although I was put under a lot of pressure during these times, I never panicked because I knew that with hard work and perseverance I could always find a spution in whatever amount of time I had available even if others thought otherwise. When my boss saw how hard I worked under pressure and how great my sputions were every time, he knew he could rely on me in any situation since he knew that my results would always exceed expectations no matter how much pressure he put on me or how tight his deadlines were.”
Why did you leave your last job
This is another tough question interviewers ask because they want honesty from candidates but they don’t want candidates who are negative about their prior employers or who have been fired from previous jobs for cause (such as stealing from an employer. You must explain why you left in a positive light without making any negative statements about your former employer or cpleagues; make it clear that you left because of something positive in your life that is ready to come into play now, such as pursuing higher education or starting a family or small business on your own. You can mention personal reasons for leaving if they pertain directly to the position for which you are applying; however, be careful not to bring up personal reasons for leaving unless specifically requested by your interviewer because these kinds of answers can make interviewers question whether you will be truly committed and dedicated if hired for the position. Also avoid giving answers such as “I didn’
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