Ultimate Guide To Job Interview Answers
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Y ou're about to see some fascinating management-level sample interview questions and answers, but first:
From The Desk Of: Bob Firestone <[email protected]>
Dear Interview Candidates —
You're smart enough to have found this website. Obviously you want make a good impression and get the job offer … but how?
Answer: Prepare your responses & S.O.A.R.L stories in advance!
Try my downloadable templates … The reason is because you have LIMITED TIME in front of your interviewers. With that time you must say the most powerful things that are most calculated and most likely to get them to want to hire you.
〉 See my answer formula below. ~ Bob
They'll ask you about lengthy projects you've been involved in — how your role evolved, how you handled deadlines, how you handled pressures and difficult personalities. You're going to need ultra-specific examples.
They're going to be asking you for details; including names of people, dates, and measurable outcomes. They'll ask you how certain events made you feel. They're going to be testing you in lots of different ways — Are you ready for their tough questions?
TIME-SAVINGS is what I'm trying to give you.
Saves time — You'll know exactly what to do to get ready.
With this instant download THE GIFT IS you can start right this very instant — in a focused way — with everything laid out simply in front of you. It's crystal clear what you need to be doing to get confident for your interview.Download INTERVIEW
M y name is Bob Firestone
and for most of the '80s I was at IBM where I conducted over 500 job interviews. Today I'm an Instructional Designer focused on understanding organizations and people's underlying emotions and motivations in the workplace. I teach actionable business psychology (stuff you can actually use) that helps people get ahead in their careers and in life.
I've dedicated the last 12 years to continually improving this job interview preparation package that's helped over 27,000 people (read all reviews
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They connect with me on LinkedIn to tell me it helped them immensely, sometimes in life-changing ways. I'm really proud of this!— and I feel passionate that you will benefit from it too. In fact, I guarantee it.
Each example interview question in the Guide begins with a discussion of the question, the reasons why they are asking it, and what they probably want to hear in your response.
FOR EVERY QUESTION you may face, this download gives you several word-for-word example answers to choose from — and customize to make your own. You'll have the templates & the strategic formula for coming up with your own convincing answers — based on your own personality and your own personal work experience.
"Sure, at my last job we had a problem where the situation was "X" ... the action I took was "Y" ... and the positive outcome was "Z" ... In an email to the entire team I was praised by Susan, the Project Manager, for solving the problem and cutting costs about 15% for that project. We were also able to deliver in about ⅔ the time it would have taken us otherwise. What I learned from the situation was "ABC." I think that's the type of experience you are looking to bring to your team, isn't it?"
These training materials reveal several ways of coming up with measurable proof numbers that are based on your own past work experience & achievements. You'll discover it's as easy as fill-in-the-blanks to create your proof — and it's SO effective in getting your interviewers to buy in to your potential & your value as an employee. You'll have powerful statements like this that you can deliver with confidence:
"I think my experience with [Company XYZ] in cutting costs 30% / saving 20 man-hours of work per week / increasing revenue by 14% / getting the job done about 50% faster / decreasing turn-around time by ⅓ / helping customers 20% more of the time is the type of experience that will help me succeed in this role ..."
"... Plus my strengths in [industry knowledge / time management / goal-setting / teamwork / empowering others / persuasive presentations / partnering & negotiating / innovation & creativity / strategic leadership / special skill ] really make me a strong candidate." (Don't be bashful — You've gotta say stuff like this!)
"You'd agree that having this type of experience would probably help me succeed in this position … wouldn't you?" (say it with a smile)Download INTERVIEW
"Would that type of problem-solving experience be relevant to this job?"
"When facing problems I try to take a systematic approach. I think it's important to clarify the problem first and get as much information as I can by collaborating with important stakeholders - BEFORE I start proposing possible solutions. I also try to think about what the best possible outcome might look like. FOR EXAMPLE, when I was at Company XYZ … (use one of your S.O.A.R.L. Stories here) … and the result was about a 15% increase in cost-savings for that project. What types of challenges are you currently facing in your department? … What might I do to help you solve those problems in my first couple months on the job here?"
"What I liked about my last was I was able to really develop my "XYZ" skills which I know will help me succeed here if I am fortunate enough to be able to join your team. What are the qualities of the people who have been most successful in your department?"
(Notice the "data-mining" question ↑↑ about the skills and characteristics of other people. You're sniffing for clues about what they want to hear!)
"One thing I liked about my last job was it allowed me to develop my project management skills ... FOR EXAMPLE, I was put in charge of a project where I had to earn the "buy-in" of people from several different departments — and I had all the responsibility for getting the project completed but no real authority over my teammates. I was successful because I involved key stakeholders from the beginning. My team knew that other people were on board, so I was able to negotiate them to an agreement on deadlines. Then day-to-day I made sure everyone was completing their work on time by setting up a progress tracking system … Can I tell you about it?"
"Good question. Well, I have been successful at every job I've had, but I have had the normal ups and downs. I'd say that I do actively try to monitor the quality of my work so I can constantly be improving myself. FOR EXAMPLE, I have had one or two hiccups with clients (or customers) where their satisfaction was not exactly where I thought it was. I learned that I have to really monitor certain difficult clients closely and "take their temperature" so I can keep their satisfaction level as high as possible. Have YOU had any customers like that here?"
"Well, throughout my career I've worked both independently and as a member of many teams. I have to say, though, that collaborating with other people across departments is always a good idea — specifically when it comes to brainstorming and knowledge sharing. When it's appropriate, I try to get outside perspectives on possible solutions. I did that a lot at Job 'ABC'. FOR EXAMPLE … and the OUTCOME was a roughly 30% increase in cost-savings for the company, and a significant decrease in the time it took to complete the project."
"Would that type of experience be relevant to this job? ... Great! ... So when do I start? ..." (don't be afraid so throw some humor in if it's going well!)Download INTERVIEW
T he Ultimate Guide to Job Interview Answers 2016 (7th edition) reveals the best way to say the things that are most calculated and most likely to resonate with your interviewers. Have them nodding their heads thinking "yes" — this is the person we should hire.
133 pages of clear & instantly useful interview strategies.
You get your hands on MODERN, TRUST-BUILDING, METRICS-BASED, EMOTIONALLY-INTELLIGENT, and TOTALLY PERSUASIVE word-for-word answers to choose from.
Over 45 questions for YOU to ask the interviewer to uncover their "hidden needs."
A model for crafting your own perfect introductory "opening statement."
A dozen power "closing statements" for when you ask for the job.
Structured answer‑options for the crucial "tell me about yourself" question.
The 40 desirable Behavioral Competencies that they will be grading you on.
Also comes with the "Salary Negotiation Scripts & Tips."
Discover 18 step-by-step techniques to build rapport & increase your likability factor.
A quick 9-step exercise that will calm your nerves every time.
A spreadsheet of 240 action verbs and confident "outcome words" to use in your answers.
22 embarrassing management-level job interview MISTAKES that most people make (and you should AVOID), and of course you'll pick up the 10 useful Bonus Items (included free with your order).
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