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15 Behavioral Interview Questions And Answers

15 Behavioral Interview Questions And Answers | Job Advice - on Getting Hired | Scoop.it
Interviewing for a job is exciting, but it can be stressful. That’s why reading and thinking of answers to common interview questions is a great way to prepare.
Patricia D. Sadar - Career and Leadership Acceleration Coach's insight:

Excellent tips on what to consider when answering the 15 highlighted questions.  Remember, the goal is not to memorize your responses; however, we prepared to answer behavioral interview questions.

 

Hope these articles help.  Please let me know if there is a specific theme you would like to find out about.

 

Make it a great day!

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Interview Tips: Sample Thank You Letter To Interviewer(s) | Career ...

You connected well with the interviewer; answered most of the questions and made a lasting impression. However, you do not hear anything after the interview. For many people; just after the interview; we just sit there and ...

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I personally have made a hiring decision between two candidates, because one candidate wrote a genuine thank you note and followed up and the other didn't.

 

It is often the little things that are the big things.

 

Always ask for a business card for those who are itnerviewing you.  This way you will spell the person's name correctly.  Then instead of an email, take the time to hand write a personal thank you.

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Why is Hiring You A Good Idea- Does the Interviewer Know?

Why is Hiring You A Good Idea- Does the Interviewer Know? | Job Advice - on Getting Hired | Scoop.it
Why Hiring You Is a Good Idea Good salespeople lead a buyer through a sales process toward a purchase. They begin by understanding the buyer’s needs and linking the features of their service to tho...

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Patricia D. Sadar - Career and Leadership Acceleration Coach's insight:

Excellent ideas!

 

I always tell those who I am coaching....if you don't know why you are the best candidate for the position and why you should be hired....how will you be able to express to the interviewer?

 

Prepare yourself

Prepare and research the job you are applying for

Prepare and research to know about the company

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Body language: Interview do’s and don’ts - reed.co.uk

Body language: Interview do’s and don’ts - reed.co.uk | Job Advice - on Getting Hired | Scoop.it
First impressions are vital to the success of your interview, but almost impossible to change. Make sure your body language is sending interviewers the right signals from the moment you start with our Interview Do's and Don'ts.
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Nice tips!

 

Be aware of what your body language is saying.  Do your best to relax and let your best you shine through. 

 

Listen actively and please don't interrupt the interviewer.  Above all, show confidence -- not arrogance and enthusiasm for the position.

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Need to know: 50 Interview Questions and Answers | Capital Campus

Need to know: 50 Interview Questions and Answers | Capital Campus | Job Advice - on Getting Hired | Scoop.it
Questions start the minute the interview does and to show that you are an exceptional candidate, you need to be prepared to answer not only the typical questions, but also the unexpected. You can expect questions regarding ...

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Patricia D. Sadar - Career and Leadership Acceleration Coach's insight:

Good list of questions!

 

I tell everyone however, it is like preparing for an exam.  It is better to focus on the fundamentals so that you walk into the interview confident.  The information on interviewing is endless.  At some point, it is important to put everything down and know the job you are applying for, the organization you want to work for and why, and know why you should be hired.

 

Then simply...be yourself and actively listen to the interviewer.  Respond authentically to the questions. 

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