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How to answer, "Can you work under pressure?" - Job Interview Questions
 
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Watch Don answer this tough interview question, "Can you work under pressure?" This is an easy stress question to answer even if it makes you nervous. This question is asked in a way that it requires a "yes or no" answer, but don't just say "yes." You should describe situations where you have worked under pressure at your job and had to meet deadlines that you had no control over. Best answer to: Can you work under pressure 1. "I most definitely can. In my current position, I can be faced with stressful situations that require me to work under pressure on a daily basis and have since learned to manage stress. Now it's just part of the job that I do well." Free job interview training program: Sign up here: http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/7days/ GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com Download the Top 10 Questions - http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/top10/
Views: 437986 Don Georgevich
What can you do for us that no one else can - Tough Interview Questions
 
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Watch Don show you how to tell interviewers why they should hire you over everyone else. The question is: What can you do for us that no one else can? This is a pretty open-ended question and may or may not get asked directly, but some variation of it may come up. There is no right or wrong answer. The interviewer wants to see what you believe are your best strengths and that you can differentiate yourself from everyone else. If you trip up on this question, it does not mean the end of the interview, but if you trip up on a few of these types of questions, you can probably expect that you won't go any further in the interview process. This is a time to talk about your job skills, training, and project experiences that make you better than everyone else. Describe your role and how you have contributed to the company and projects on past jobs. Don't give a straight out answer, but now is a good time to brag about yourself and your abilities. Make sure you mention that you have the skills, training, and experience that are required for the job and describe how they will benefit the company by having you instead of anyone else. Differentiate yourself. Best answer: 1. "I am a well-rounded individual with a very unique blend of skills. Past training and job experiences have allowed me to take on and complete projects and assignments of high importance and increasing difficulty while on time and under budget. And now, I want to be part of your team and solving problems for you." More sample answers in the Complete Interview Answer Guide from Job Interview Tools Get my FREE Online job interview training program - Get it here now: http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/7days/ GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com Download the Top 10 Questions - http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/top10/
Views: 792356 Don Georgevich
How to Avoid Being Nervous While Job Interviewing
 
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FREE Online job interview training program - Get it here now: https://jobinterviewtools.com/YouTube In this free program you’ll learn how to improve your interview performance with my simple step-by-step formula for interview success. To get the list of behavioral questions this video mentions, you need to register for this free program here: https://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com Visit my blog here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Register for my Behavioral Interview FREE Course here: http://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ Want ME to personally help you? http://jobinterviewtools.com/coaching/ Contact me directly here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com – just scroll down to the bottom of the page Don is the "#1 Most-Strategic Job Interview Coach" in America and author of 3 best-selling books. Get FREE job interviewing advice directly from Don : : Sign-up for his most sought after interviewing course that is a treasure-trove of little-known secrets about job interviews that Don has amassed over his 25+ year career : : It's called "7 Days to Mastering the Art of the Interview" and it's FREE: http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/7Days Vist http://www.JobInterviewTools.com and snag the latest copy of the Complete Interview Answer Guide. It will show you how to answer any type of interview question so you can ACE your next interview. Visit the Don's that holds a stash of secret weapons you can use on your next interview :: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Learn how to calm your nerves before your next job interview. This video will show you how to be less nervous before your next job interview. Being nervous before an interview is normal, but here is how you can fight back against your nerves and deliver a powerful interview presentation without being nervous. http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/how-to-answer-scenario-or-behavioral-questions/ http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/how-to-answer-proft-and-loss-pl-job-interview-questions/ http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/job-interview/behavioral-interviewing/behavioral-interview-questions/
Views: 316079 Don Georgevich
Why do you want to leave your job - Answers to job interview questions
 
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Watch Don show you how to tell interviewers why they should hire you. This question can be answered in several ways, but do your best to keep your answer short. Avoid being dishonest with this question, for whatever reason, your interviewer may spot it and believe there is something you are not saying. There are usually only a few reasons someone really wants to leave their job and, surprisingly, money does not rank at the top of the list. On the other hand, you may not have gotten along with your manager or co-workers. Maybe you were never very excited to be there in the first place and only accepted the job to pay the bills. Maybe your reputation was tarnished by a formal reprimand and staying there is emotionally draining. Perhaps you are severely underpaid and just need more money. But to be clear, do not list any of these reasons for leaving your current job in an interview because the interviewer will not be impressed and you will probably lose any chance of getting the job. Avoid making negative remarks about your past or present manager, your fellow employees, or the company you are working for - even if they are true! Don't even hint at the fact that you hated your manger and avoid sarcastic remarks. Remember, the interviewer does not know your previous manager or fellow employees. If you start bad-mouthing them in the interview, you will immediately be flagged as having a negative attitude toward your co-workers. The interviewer will then assume you will act the same way at this company and be a bad influence. You will not get the job. I don't care how bad you hate your current company, manager, co-workers, salary - never bring that up in the interview. Instead, tell the interviewer something positive about your co-workers and previous company. There is no right answer to this question, only wrong ones. You don't need to make a book out of this answer, just something short and positive is best. After all, it really does not matter to the interviewer, as long as you don't say something foolish. The point here is to convey to the interviewer that you are not leaving because you are mad, tired, bored, overworked, underpaid, or job hopping, just that you are leaving your job because... Here's how to give good reasons for leaving your job. We all have reasons for leaving our jobs and in this video, I'll show you how to answer the question, "Why do you want to leave your job?" Why you left is one of the most popular job interview questions. Learn how to give good reasons for leaving , what to say and more importantly, how not to answer this question. Learn why employers are asking you this question and be prepared to answer "why you want to leave your job" before your next interview. Free job interview training program: http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/7days/ Download the Top 10 Questions - www.JobInterviewTools.com/top10 GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/
Views: 577828 Don Georgevich
Why do you want to work here? Common Interview Questions
 
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Watch Don show you how to answer "Why Do You Want to Work Here? Why you want to work here iis a great question and is sure to come up during your interview and probably when you least expect it. Lack of preparation for this question could very well cost you the job. One of the most important things is to be honest with your reason for wanting to work there, otherwise it will show. Ask yourself the question first, why do you want to work there? If your answer about working there is that you just need a job and paycheck, then dig a little deeper. If you still can't come up with an honest answer, then read on and hopefully I'll help you think of something. Make sure you have a clear understanding of why you want to work for them and that it's more than "just a job" to you. Do you admire this company? Do you like their products? Do they have a great success story? The key here is what is important to you about this company. The best way to prepare for why you want to work there is to research the company before you attend the interview and learn everything you can, past, present and future. Remember, the idea behind the interview is to find the best and most qualified candidate for the job and one that will best fit in with its culture. At this point, you should describe how your past experience has prepared you for this company. Your answer should demonstrate your familiarity with the company and its products and by doing this the interviewer will recognize you as a serious candidate. Interviewers like to hear praise about their company because it further solidifies the company's reputation in their own mind, but don't overdo it because it will come out sounding fake and cheap. See sample answers in the Complete Interview Answer Guide from: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com Free Download: Top 10 Questions and Answers. http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/Top10/ FREE Online job interview training program - Get it here now: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/7days/
Views: 1070929 Don Georgevich
Best way to answer interview questions about your STRENGTHS
 
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What do you consider your most significant strengths? This is another top 10 question that you can surely expect to hear in any interview. Prepare yourself and make sure you can rattle off three to five of your strengths as it relates to your past or present job, work experience, and the requirements for the job for which you are interviewing for. Though it's something to be proud of, they don't want to hear what a wonderful mom you are or what a good basketball player you are. Be prepared and know your strengths and don't tell the interviewer that you don't have any, even if you don't. Relate your strengths to the job for which you are applying. Employers love to ask strength and weakness questions so after you watch this video, you will have all the tools you need to answer this question on your next interview. GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com Free Download: Don Recommends the Top 10 Questions for you. http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/Top10
Views: 151992 Don Georgevich
How to prepare for a 3rd job interview
 
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FREE Online job interview training program - Get it here now: https://jobinterviewtools.com/YouTube In this free program you’ll learn how to improve your interview performance with my simple step-by-step formula for interview success. To get the list of behavioral questions this video mentions, you need to register for this free program here: https://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com Visit my blog here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Register for my Behavioral Interview FREE Course here: http://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ Want ME to personally help you? http://jobinterviewtools.com/coaching/ Contact me directly here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com – just scroll down to the bottom of the page. Don is the "#1 Most-Strategic Job Interview Coach" in America and author of 3 best-selling books. Get FREE job interviewing advice directly from Don : : Sign-up for his most sought after interviewing course that is a treasure-trove of little-known secrets about job interviews that Don has amassed over his 25+ year career : : It's called "7 Days to Mastering the Art of the Interview" and it's FREE: http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/7Days Vist http://www.JobInterviewTools.com and snag the latest copy of the Complete Interview Answer Guide. It will show you how to answer any type of interview question so you can ACE your next interview. Visit the Don's that holds a stash of secret weapons you can use on your next interview :: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Learn how to prepare for a 3rd job interview. Find out what to say to interviewers and what not to say. At his point in the interview, the employer is strongly considering you for the job. why else would they bring you back for a third (3rd) interview. Continue to be consistent with how you have been answering their questions and you'll knock this one of the park and land the job. http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/job-interview/interview-questions/management-interview-questions/ http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/job-interview/interview-questions/top-10-interview-questions/ http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/best-way-to-answer-behavioral-interview-questions/
Views: 54397 Don Georgevich
"Why should I hire you?" - Best Interview Questions and Answers
 
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WHY SHOULD I HIRE YOU is often the last question you will be asked in an interview. Prepare for it. This is your chance to restate the skills you possess that are most relevant to the position and to summarize your other qualities that make you the perfect person for the job, and that's why they should hire you. Outline your answer before you go in, so that you can answer clearly, concisely, and with confidence. Your answer should be short and to the point. It should reflect your professional background as it relates to current needs and problems of the position. Review the job description and tell how you are the right person for the job by matching up your skill set with each bullet point of the job description. In formulating your answer as to why they should hire you, be sure to address these areas: 1. Determine their goals for the position. This should come up during your research into the company and the position. If possible, talk to others who work for the company. If you are unclear on this point, include it in the questions you ask at the interview and be prepared to incorporate it into your answer. 2. Show you have the skills needed for the job. Based on the goals you have identified in step one, determine how your skills and experience support those goals. If necessary, refer back to your list of skills. Get my Top 10 Behavioral Questions and Answers. http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/star/ GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com Download the Top 10 Questions - http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/top10/
Views: 3823944 Don Georgevich
Best Interview Answer to "Tell me about yourself" YouTube Top Pick
 
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Watch Don show you exactly how to answer "Tell Me About Yourself." Tell me about yourself is one of the toughest interview questions. This is an open-ended question, but really what the interviewer wants to hear is about your recent work experience and your journey that brought you to this point in your career. Why don't they just ask that question instead? Because they want to see where you will go with an open-ended question. Your answer to "tell me about yourself" tells the interviewer where your mind is. If you start telling him that you are a Cleveland Browns fan, then you are way off base with what he wants to hear and you have just made your first mistake. What do you want the interviewer to know about you when you leave, your work experience or your personal interests? I'm confident their hiring decision will be based on your work experience, save your personal interests for the water cooler after you get the job. Wrong answer to tell me about yourself: 1. "What would you like to know?" This statement completely throws the question back at the interviewer in somewhat of an insulting way and he/she is forced to reword the question. Best answer to tell me about yourself: 1. "What part of my work experience would you like me to talk about?" a. Now the interviewer can reply with a simple straightforward answer. Some interviewers want you to start from your first job and others only want to hear about your most recent job. b. If the interviewer would like you to start from your first job, assuming it has been several years since you had that job, then lightly touch on the jobs that you no longer hold, but expand on your current or most recent job experience and accomplishments. Focus on your answer and talk about your accomplishments from your current or most recent job and lightly touch on your daily duties. These are the things an interviewer really wants to hear. Because if he thinks you were successful at your past job, then you will be successful at this job. Even if you don't feel that you accomplished anything, look deep and think of something you did that helped the company. Or better yet, describe an accomplishment that you contributed to the company, just make sure it's in the same line of work. For example, don't take credit for boosting sales revenue if your job is to fix computers. • Briefly talk about your current employer. • Discuss 2-3 of your most significant accomplishments. • Talk about a few of your key strengths as they relate to the job for which you are applying and how they can benefit from your strengths. • Then discuss how you see yourself fitting into a position at their company. 1. Speak of how you completed projects on time and under budget. 2. Tell them how you increased sales revenues for two straight quarters in a row. 3. Describe of how you came up with a new procedure that saved the company money. 4. "I have been in the customer service industry for several years and most of my experience has been dealing with calls from our customers. I truly enjoy working with the people in this business as well as the challenges. In my last job, the good relationships I formed with my customers resulted in me holding the highest customer retention rate of everyone else in my department." 5. "One of my best strengths is my attention to detail. When I set out to work on a task or project, I always make sure it get's done on time." Vist http://www.JobInterviewTools.com and snag the latest copy of the Complete Interview Answer Guide. It will show you how to answer any type of interview question so you can ACE your next interview. Free Download: Top 10 Questions and Answers. http"//www.JobInterviewTools.com/Top10/
Views: 5002711 Don Georgevich
How to prepare for job interivew with company president
 
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FREE Online job interview training program - Get it here now: https://jobinterviewtools.com/YouTube In this free program you’ll learn how to improve your interview performance with my simple step-by-step formula for interview success. To get the list of behavioral questions this video mentions, you need to register for this free program here: https://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com Visit my blog here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Register for my Behavioral Interview FREE Course here: http://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ Want ME to personally help you? http://jobinterviewtools.com/coaching/ Contact me directly here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com – just scroll down to the bottom of the page Don is the "#1 Most-Strategic Job Interview Coach" in America and author of 3 best-selling books. Get FREE job interviewing advice directly from Don : : Sign-up for his most sought after interviewing course that is a treasure-trove of little-known secrets about job interviews that Don has amassed over his 25+ year career : : It's called "7 Days to Mastering the Art of the Interview" and it's FREE: http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/7Days Vist http://www.JobInterviewTools.com and snag the latest copy of the Complete Interview Answer Guide. It will show you how to answer any type of interview question so you can ACE your next interview. Visit the Don's that holds a stash of secret weapons you can use on your next interview :: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Learn what to say on your job interview when you are interviewing with the president or vice president. Partners and CEO's are more concerned about results and what you can do for them. Show them -- prove to them that you have the experience to do this job. Talk about things (accomplishments) you have done in the past that are related to this job. Connect the dots for them show them that because you did [blank] in your last job, here is how you can do [blank] for them in this job. http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/heres-how-not-to-make-mistakes-when-setting-your-career-goals/ http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/sample-thank-you-letter-after-interview/
Views: 33945 Don Georgevich
Best Way to Answer Behavioral Interview Questions
 
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Watch Don answer sample Behavioral questions. Learn how to answer behavioral interview questions using the STAR Formula. Employers love asking behavioral questions during the interview process because this type of questioning will does a better job of revealing your core competencies and is a great indicator of how well you'll be able to perform this job. Behavioral questions can be answered using the STAR formula and in this video, we break down the STAR formula and show you how to use it to your advantage to you are prepared to answer any behavioral question that comes your way. How to Answer Behavioral Interview Questions Using the STAR Formula STAR stands for: Situation – Task – Action - Result 1. First, describe a work related Situation or Task that you needed to accomplish, and be concise. 2. Then describe the Action you took. Don’t tell them what you might do or would do, you need to tell them what you did. 3. Finally, describe what happened -- the result. What did you accomplish? What did you learn? How much time or money did you save? And most importantly does your result solve the problem you described in step 1. That’s the formula for answering any behavioral question. Behavioral or competency-based interviews are simply a set of questions that ask you to talk about examples from your past work experience to help an interviewer figure out your strengths. Behavioral interviewers will look for the three parts (Problem, Action, Results) of your answer and take notes about how you answered the question. In this free program you’ll learn how to improve your interview performance with my simple step-by-step formula for interview success. To get the list of behavioral questions this video mentions, you need to register for this free program here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ To download the complete interview answer guide go to http://www.jobinterviewtools.com
Views: 1227984 Don Georgevich
How to answer "What Are Your Greatest Weaknesses?"
 
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Every job interview you go on, they will ask you about your strengths and weaknesses. It's important that you don't reveal real weaknesses, but instead to answer the weakness question in a way that makes your weakness appear as a strength. When they ask you, "Can you tell me what your weaknesses are" you'll be able to turn that question around and give them a positive answer for a question is is invoking a negative response. I have never enjoyed this question as it basically forces you to tell the interviewer something negative about yourself. Don't feel the need to reveal deep character flaws, but tell the interviewer you have a few faults that you are working to improve and then give a few examples. A good way to turn this question around and turn a weakness into a strength is the best way to answer this question. Don't actually tell the interviewer that you have a problem; though we all have something wrong with us, but don't come right out and say it as it will sound like a weakness and a reason not to hire you. Watch the video for the best way to answer this question: Get more sample answers to this question in the complete interview answer guide: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com Free Download: Don Recommends the Top 10 Questions for you. http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/Top10/
Views: 128406 Don Georgevich
Do you work well under pressure?  Answers to Stress Interview Questions
 
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Watch Don show you how to answer: How do you handle stress? AND Do you work well under pressure? When they ask if you work well under pressure, saying no to this question may be an honest answer, but it is also a negative one. You need to show them you can handle stress and pressure. If you are a doctor, lawyer or in another demanding profession, answering no to this question will surely disqualify you for the position. The interviewer will probably ask for an example, so be prepared with a situation or academic scenario from a previous job. It doesn't even have to be from your most recent job, just a good example that demonstrates your ability to have a cool head when things are heating up. Best answer to stress related interview questions: 1. "I enjoy working under pressure. Actually, I prefer it that way. To me it means that my time is utilized in a more productive manner and that I realize a greater sense of accomplishment at the end of the day." FREE Online job interview training program - Get it here now: http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/7days/ Free Download: Don Recommends the Top 10 Questions for you. http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/Top10/ GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com
Views: 152028 Don Georgevich
Third job (3rd) interview what to say to win them over
 
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FREE Online job interview training program - Get it here now: https://jobinterviewtools.com/YouTube In this free program you’ll learn how to improve your interview performance with my simple step-by-step formula for interview success. To get the list of behavioral questions this video mentions, you need to register for this free program here: https://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com Visit my blog here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Register for my Behavioral Interview FREE Course here: http://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ Want ME to personally help you? http://jobinterviewtools.com/coaching/ Contact me directly here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com – just scroll down to the bottom of the page Don is the "#1 Most-Strategic Job Interview Coach" in America and author of 3 best-selling books. Get FREE job interviewing advice directly from Don : : Sign-up for his most sought after interviewing course that is a treasure-trove of little-known secrets about job interviews that Don has amassed over his 25+ year career : : It's called "7 Days to Mastering the Art of the Interview" and it's FREE: http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/7Days Vist http://www.JobInterviewTools.com and snag the latest copy of the Complete Interview Answer Guide. It will show you how to answer any type of interview question so you can ACE your next interview. Visit the Don's that holds a stash of secret weapons you can use on your next interview :: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Don's answer to preparing for a third interview Congratulations on making it to the third interview. They definitely see something they like. Just play it cool and you'll probably get the job. Make sure you let them know you have a plan for your new job and that you have been doing your homework. Let them know you are serious about this job. VPs like it when people have a plan or goal. 1.Since it's the VP, then it will probably be completely different than your previous interviews. They already know you can do the job and they like you, otherwise you would not have made it this far. Execs don't waste their time on just anybody. Execs will interview from a different angle and will want to know how you think you will fit it. Are you going to be a team player? Are you going to be productive? How are you going to benefit the company? 2.Remember, they also trust the judgment of the people you have already interviewed with, but just want to see for themselves what you are made of. Plus, they may want to dig deeper into what your own plans are for the job. How are you going to do it? How are you going to overcome any hurdles. How do you know when you have been successful? 3.Polish up on questions like that and you'll be set. Also, make sure the answers you have given previously are consistent with your answers this afternoon so you don't create any contradictions. Execs don't like to listen to babble, so keep your answers short and to the point. 4.Give yourself that extra edge and stand out by giving a firm handshake to the VP, look him/her in the eye. Smile with a big grin and show your teeth. Showing your teeth is the ultimate smile and is the best and most exciting way to introduce yourself. Plus, your image will last longer in their minds. http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/how-to-prepare-for-a-third-job-interview-3rd-interview-today-third-interview-questions-and-help/
Views: 30569 Don Georgevich
9 Phone Interview Tips to ACING Your Interview
 
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Download transcript: https://www.jobinterviewtools.com/phone-interview-tips/ Get my 9 best Phone Interview Tips. If you have a phone interview coming up then I've got some great tips and strategies that I want to share with you in this video. The reason that you’ve got a phone interview is because your employer is pre-screening you for a real interview. They want to evaluate you on the phone before they invite you in for a real interview. With a few good phone interview tips, you'll be ready for your interview. That way they can talk to you they can see what you sound like and they can ask a few questions that are going to help them to quickly qualify you as to whether they want to meet you in person or not and discuss the job at hand. That's what a phone interview is and sometimes they can last five minutes sometimes it can be more like twenty minutes or they can go on for a whole hour. It just depends on how the conversation goes and what their intent is but usually an employer can qualify somebody as to whether they want to meet them or not within like five or ten minutes on the phone. So I'm going to help you improve your phone interview skills. so let's get started with my best phone interview tips.
Views: 102136 Don Georgevich
What to Bring to a Job Interview - Can I Bring a Notebook?
 
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FREE Online job interview training program - Get it here now: https://jobinterviewtools.com/YouTube In this free program you’ll learn how to improve your interview performance with my simple step-by-step formula for interview success. To get the list of behavioral questions this video mentions, you need to register for this free program here: https://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com Visit my blog here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Register for my Behavioral Interview FREE Course here: http://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ Want ME to personally help you? http://jobinterviewtools.com/coaching/ Contact me directly here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com – just scroll down to the bottom of the page Don is the "#1 Most-Strategic Job Interview Coach" in America and author of 3 best-selling books. Get FREE job interviewing advice directly from Don : : Sign-up for his most sought after interviewing course that is a treasure-trove of little-known secrets about job interviews that Don has amassed over his 25+ year career : : It's called "7 Days to Mastering the Art of the Interview" and it's FREE: http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/7Days Vist http://www.JobInterviewTools.com and snag the latest copy of the Complete Interview Answer Guide. It will show you how to answer any type of interview question so you can ACE your next interview. Visit the Don's that holds a stash of secret weapons you can use on your next interview :: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Is it okay to bring a notebook to a job interview? Is it okay to take notes during a job interview. What else can I or should I bring to my job interview? Watch this video to find out what you can and should not bring to a job interview. http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/second-interview-questions/ http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/format-a-list-of-job-references/ http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/resume/
Views: 40724 Don Georgevich
What didn't you like about your last job?
 
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What were some of the things you did not like about your last job? This is a fair question and is sure to come up in almost every interview. A short answer is all that is expected. Don't speak of being underpaid or that you did not like your co-workers or manager. One option is to tell the interviewer that in your current position, training and advancement opportunities are limited. By asking this question all they are doing is fishing for incompatibilities. Be careful of how you answer this question. We all have something we did not like about our last job; it could be the people, culture, your boss, internal politics, the drive, etc. Don't start by rattling off any of these negatives. Be sure to keep your answer short and positive; no need to prattle on here because you are interviewing for a new job and are not here to spend time focusing on what you did not like about your last job. Best answers: 1. If you work for a small company and are interviewing with a large corporation you could explain that: "working for a small company lacked the necessary financial resources to provide new learning opportunities for me. What were some of the things you did not like about your last job? Download the Top 10 interview questions from http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/top10/
Views: 46155 Don Georgevich
How to describe a difficult problem and how you dealt with it on an interview
 
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FREE Online job interview training program - Get it here now: https://jobinterviewtools.com/YouTube In this free program you’ll learn how to improve your interview performance with my simple step-by-step formula for interview success. To get the list of behavioral questions this video mentions, you need to register for this free program here: https://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com Visit my blog here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Register for my Behavioral Interview FREE Course here: http://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ Want ME to personally help you? http://jobinterviewtools.com/coaching/ Contact me directly here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com – just scroll down to the bottom of the page Don is the "#1 Most-Strategic Job Interview Coach" in America and author of 3 best-selling books. Get FREE job interviewing advice directly from Don : : Sign-up for his most sought after interviewing course that is a treasure-trove of little-known secrets about job interviews that Don has amassed over his 25+ year career : : It's called "7 Days to Mastering the Art of the Interview" and it's FREE: http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/7Days Vist http://www.JobInterviewTools.com and snag the latest copy of the Complete Interview Answer Guide. It will show you how to answer any type of interview question so you can ACE your next interview. Visit the Don's that holds a stash of secret weapons you can use on your next interview :: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Watch Don show you how to tell interviewers why they should hire you. This question is sure to come up and though the interviewer asked how "you" dealt with or solved the problem, he really wants to hear how you worked with a team of people to solve a problem. This is a problem solving question that tests your critical thinking skills and is looking for two pieces of information: Your definition of difficult and how you handled the situation. This is a great question for showing that you are creative and capable problem solver. You should have at least one of these stories ready to go that will make you look good (it's okay to brag a little in an interview), but having a few of them will allow you to further expand on the question. Try to avoid co-worker related problems unless you had to fire someone. The interviewer does not want to hear how you fixed a light bulb or un-jammed the copy machine. A good team player example is the best way to answer this question. http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/interview-questions/ http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/the-5-best-ways-to-follow-up-after-a-job-interview/ http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/sample-job-reference-list/ http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/interview-answers-tell-me-about-yourself/ Learn how to describe a difficult problem and how you dealt with it when you are job interviewing
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Tricky interview question to watch out for
 
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FREE Online job interview training program - Get it here now: https://jobinterviewtools.com/YouTube In this free program you’ll learn how to improve your interview performance with my simple step-by-step formula for interview success. To get the list of behavioral questions this video mentions, you need to register for this free program here: https://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com Visit my blog here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Register for my Behavioral Interview FREE Course here: http://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ Want ME to personally help you? http://jobinterviewtools.com/coaching/ Contact me directly here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com – just scroll down to the bottom of the page Don is the "#1 Most-Strategic Job Interview Coach" in America and author of 3 best-selling books. Get FREE job interviewing advice directly from Don : : Sign-up for his most sought after interviewing course that is a treasure-trove of little-known secrets about job interviews that Don has amassed over his 25+ year career : : It's called "7 Days to Mastering the Art of the Interview" and it's FREE: http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/7Days Vist http://www.JobInterviewTools.com and snag the latest copy of the Complete Interview Answer Guide. It will show you how to answer any type of interview question so you can ACE your next interview. Visit the Don's that holds a stash of secret weapons you can use on your next interview :: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Learn how to answer job interview questions with free interview answers part II. In this interview questions and answers video I'll show you how to answer some of the toughest job interview questions and tell you how to give the right answer. http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/job-interview/interview-questions/top-10-interview-questions/ http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/sample-thank-you-letter-after-interview/ http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/format-a-list-of-job-references/
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Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
 
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How to answer, "Where do you see yourself in 5 years?" Many job seekers are afraid to answer this Top 10 question because an answer that is inconsistent with the current position could disqualify them. You want to show employers that you have a plan for what you see yourself doing over the next five years. But at the same time, who wants to be doing the same thing for the next five years? The best and safest way to answer this question should be based on the logical progression of the position you are interviewing for. That way you’re showing them you want to do the current job at hand, but as you get better at it, you would like to take on more responsibility and grow in that position. Download Top 10 Interview Answers here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/top10/ Learn how to answer the interview question, Where do you see yourself in five years.
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Simple answers to tough questions
 
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FREE Online job interview training program - Get it here now: https://jobinterviewtools.com/YouTube In this free program you’ll learn how to improve your interview performance with my simple step-by-step formula for interview success. To get the list of behavioral questions this video mentions, you need to register for this free program here: https://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com Visit my blog here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Register for my Behavioral Interview FREE Course here: http://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ Want ME to personally help you? http://jobinterviewtools.com/coaching/ Contact me directly here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com – just scroll down to the bottom of the page Don is the "#1 Most-Strategic Job Interview Coach" in America and author of 3 best-selling books. Get FREE job interviewing advice directly from Don : : Sign-up for his most sought after interviewing course that is a treasure-trove of little-known secrets about job interviews that Don has amassed over his 25+ year career : : It's called "7 Days to Mastering the Art of the Interview" and it's FREE: http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/7Days Vist http://www.JobInterviewTools.com and snag the latest copy of the Complete Interview Answer Guide. It will show you how to answer any type of interview question so you can ACE your next interview. Visit the Don's that holds a stash of secret weapons you can use on your next interview :: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Get free interview answers to some of the more common job interview questions. Answers to common questions for employment that job seekers will mostly get asked. Learn how to answer common interview questions and get hired for your next job. http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/sample-thank-you-letter-after-interview/ http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/resume/
Views: 64815 Don Georgevich
What to say at the end of a job interview.
 
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How to close a job interview. This is what you want to say at the end of a job interview. These are the questions you should ask your interviewer at the end of a job interview. You want to ask them. What do you say at the end of your job interview? Should you ask closing questions at the end of your interview? Is it okay to ask for the job? The short answer: NO At least not on the first interview I s there any reason you would not hire me? Bad idea -- That's way too aggressive. Remember, they just met you -- they are not ready to commit to you. A better way to end your interview is to ask the following questions: When do you expect to make a hiring decision? And then based on what they say .... ask if they mind if you follow-up with them. This will give you permission to call them. For more ways to ace your interview vist JobInterviewTools.com Free PDF Behavioral Download: Top 10 Behavioral Questions and Answers: http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/star
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How to Answer Interview Questions for Internal Job Interviews
 
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Have you ever had a job interview where you're competing against one of your colleagues? Today, I want to talk about it; internal job interview. So, this is where you're applying for another job within the same company that you already work at and you're likely competing against someone you know –another colleague. And you want this job more than they do. So, I want to show you how to position yourself as the best candidate – the logical candidate for the job. I want to show you how you can leverage your own attributes and skills to demonstrate that you're the right person for the job. And the first thing you want to do is carefully read and understand that job description. And because you already work there, you're probably one of the most qualified people to read between the lines and understand what they're really looking for in this position. So, what you want to do is relate your skills and experiences towards the requirements for this job. The way to do this is to talk about projects that you have worked on, where the skillset for those is related to the requirements for this position. And you want to use those past projects and experiences as leverage. You want to let them know that, “Because I have done these kind of things in my past job, here is how I can do these kind of things for you in this new position”’. You want to connect the dots for them. You want to show them why you're qualified. You don't want to just say, “Yeah, I can do this job. Just give me a chance”. That doesn't work. You need to show them, through your past experience and skills and connect those dots and show them logically why you're the right person for this job. Now the second element of this is you need to understand who you're competing against. You need to understand this individual or this group of individuals and you need to understand what their strengths are and their weaknesses are. And once you understand their weaknesses and their strengths, this will allow you to compete against them. Free Download: Don Recommends the Top 10 Questions for you. https://www.JobInterviewTools.com/Top10/ Want ME to personally help you prepare for your next interview? https://www.jobinterviewtools.com/coaching/ Contact me directly here: https://www.jobinterviewtools.com – just scroll down to the bottom of the page to the contact form
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How to ACE Your Second Job Interview
 
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Getting a second job interview is a a great sign an employer is interested in hiring you. A second interview means that they see something in you that they like, and they want to know more. This is why you need a second interview strategy. You can't just go into your second interview and wing it. You need to know what to expect and how to handle their objections. I'm going to teach you how you can prepare yourself for your second interview. So, if you’ve got a second interview, pat yourself on the back. Congratulations. That means there's a company out there that likes you, they see value in you and they want to explore that with you further. They want to see if you want to work there too. So, when you go to the second interview, now don't worry. Don't worry if you stumble on a question or two. This is natural; it's okay. You don't have to go in there and answer every question perfectly. It's okay to stumble on your answers; it's okay. It shows that it shows that you're real; it humanizes you. It shows that this is a natural setting and everything is not perfect. So, if you stumble on a question or two, don't worry about it; just shake it off and move on to the next one. Don't put yourself down over that. So before you go into your second interview, make sure you have a plan for how you're going to do this job. They're going to want to hear it. They're going to want to hear how you think you're going to overcome the challenges that are facing this position. So, a good idea is to fully understand what they expect from you. So, you may even want to go in with some type of three to six-month plan; some kind of outlook that shows them you've been thinking about the challenges of this position and here is how you plan to do it. Whether it's right or wrong, they're going to be impressed, because you put some thought into this job. And when you take your personal time and you put thought into this job that shows that you're genuinely interested in working for them. It shows that you want to be there, that you want to be a player, and that this is the kind of person you're going to be if they hire you; someone who's always thinking forward about the challenges that are around the corner. So, having a plan is one of the best ways to let them know you are super serious about this job. Because believe it or not, just because you're there at the interview and you're looking for jobs, that doesn't necessarily mean that you are super, hyper interested in working for them. It just means you're looking for a job. And they can't necessarily sense how enthusiastic you are about the job. So, this is one way to take that to the next step, and show them that you have a plan for the job, and here's how you're going to do it. Trust me, they will be impressed. Free Download: Don Recommends the Top 10 Questions for you. https://www.JobInterviewTools.com/Top10/ Want ME to personally help you prepare for your next interview? https://www.jobinterviewtools.com/coaching/ Contact me directly here: https://www.jobinterviewtools.com – just scroll down to the bottom of the page to the contact form
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How to Interview for an Internal Position - Internal Job Interviews
 
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FREE Online job interview training program - Get it here now: https://jobinterviewtools.com/YouTube In this free program you’ll learn how to improve your interview performance with my simple step-by-step formula for interview success. To get the list of behavioral questions this video mentions, you need to register for this free program here: https://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com Visit my blog here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Register for my Behavioral Interview FREE Course here: http://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ Want ME to personally help you? http://jobinterviewtools.com/coaching/ Contact me directly here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com – just scroll down to the bottom of the page Don is the "#1 Most-Strategic Job Interview Coach" in America and author of 3 best-selling books. Get FREE job interviewing advice directly from Don : : Sign-up for his most sought after interviewing course that is a treasure-trove of little-known secrets about job interviews that Don has amassed over his 25+ year career : : It's called "7 Days to Mastering the Art of the Interview" and it's FREE: http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/7Days Vist http://www.JobInterviewTools.com and snag the latest copy of the Complete Interview Answer Guide. It will show you how to answer any type of interview question so you can ACE your next interview. Visit the Don's that holds a stash of secret weapons you can use on your next interview :: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Interviewing at a company for an internal position. Internal job interviews at a company where you already work. sometimes the job you interview for is an internal position and you want to treat this like any other job interview. http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/advice-concerning-interviewing-within-the-current-organization-internal-interview/
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5 Smoking Hot Tips to Passing Behavioral Interviews
 
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If you have a behavioral interview coming up, well then, you are in the right place. Because today, I am going to help you pass it and here's how. I'm going to cover with you my 5 best tips and Strategies for Passing Behavioral Interviews. What is a behavioral interview? It sounds like someone is getting into your head and they're testing your behavior. Well, in a way they kind of are. You see, employers use behavioral interviews to determine your core competencies. So, what the heck our core competencies? Core competencies are the things that you are really good at doing and these are the things that help you do your job. So, employers are going to test you on your core competencies. They're going to test you to make sure that you know how to do the job and they're going to do that by asking you a series of questions that are going to force you to give them examples of how you have done your job or how you would do your job; that's what they are and that's why they use them. They are very powerful and they help employers weed out the weak candidates and focus in on finding only the strong candidates; the ones who know how to do the job. Make sense; right? If you were an employer; if you were interviewing candidates, wouldn't you want to do the same thing? I thought so. So, on any job interview, whether it's a behavioral job interview or not, you can expect at least 40% of the questions to be of the behavioral type; where they dig in deep and they test your core competencies. It might be a little bit more, it might be a little less. Sometimes, I've heard of interviews being 100% behavioral, but I've never actually seen one.
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Last Minute Job Interview Advice - How to prepare
 
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FREE Online job interview training program - Get it here now: https://jobinterviewtools.com/YouTube In this free program you’ll learn how to improve your interview performance with my simple step-by-step formula for interview success. To get the list of behavioral questions this video mentions, you need to register for this free program here: https://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com Visit my blog here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Register for my Behavioral Interview FREE Course here: http://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ Want ME to personally help you? http://jobinterviewtools.com/coaching/ Contact me directly here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com – just scroll down to the bottom of the page Don is the "#1 Most-Strategic Job Interview Coach" in America and author of 3 best-selling books. Get FREE job interviewing advice directly from Don : : Sign-up for his most sought after interviewing course that is a treasure-trove of little-known secrets about job interviews that Don has amassed over his 25+ year career : : It's called "7 Days to Mastering the Art of the Interview" and it's FREE: http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/7Days Vist http://www.JobInterviewTools.com and snag the latest copy of the Complete Interview Answer Guide. It will show you how to answer any type of interview question so you can ACE your next interview. Visit the Don's that holds a stash of secret weapons you can use on your next interview :: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Last minute job interview advice and how to prepare for your upcoming job interview. If you are scrambling at the last minute because you have a job interview coming up, there I have some great advice for you on how to ace your interview. http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/job-interview/how-to-interview/how-to-answer-interview-questions/ http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/tell-me-about-yourself-interview/ http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/the-right-interview-questions-to-ask/
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Best answer: Do you like working alone or with others?
 
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Do you prefer working with others or alone? The interviewer is asking if you are a team player and wants to know your learning style. If your answer is with others, then the interviewer will think you can't work alone and if you answer alone, then the interviewer may think you have some personality issues working with other people. Your response needs to show that you can work well in a team atmosphere and still shoulder individual responsibility, as well. Before you answer, make sure you know if the job requires you to work alone or not. Best answer: 1. "I enjoy working alone when necessary as I don't need to be constantly reassured of my work. But I would prefer to work in a group as I believe much more work can be accomplished when everyone is pulling together." Register for my Behavioral Interview FREE Course here: http://jobinterviewtools.com/star/ Download the Top 10 Questions - http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/top10
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Why should we hire you?
 
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Let them know that because you did [blank] in your last job, here is how you can do [blank] for them in this job. Connect the dots for them and show them why you are the best choice. If you were in computer software sales in your last job, but now you're interviewing for a job in manufacturing sales, then show them how your past software sales skills will enable you to work for them in manufacturing sales. Do you see what I mean? You are going to be competing against many other candidates who are as good, if not better than you. When they ask "Why Should We Hire You," this is your golden opportunity to differentiate yourself from everyone else. You want to talk about the value you will bring to this company. Find out what their problems and paint points are. Every company has problems. Then show them that you are a solution to their problems and talk about how you can solve them. Once they see that you know what you are talking about, they will become interested in the value you can bring to their company. Answering "Why Should We Hire You" is a question you can expect to get near the end of the interview. Employers seldom lead with this question, but instead save it for the end. They will only ask you this question if they are considering you for the position. So if they ask it, then you've got them on the hook and now all you have to do is reel them in . Learn how to answer why should i hire you. This interview question is guaranteed to be on your interviewers list of questions to ask you. Once you know how to answer, "Why Should I Hire you" you'll be a a stronger position to ace your next job interview. Learn the best way to answer, why should I hire you today. Download Top 10 Interview Answers here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/top10/ Read the Top 10 Interview Questions: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/top-... Watch this video and learn how to answer the job interview question, Why should I hire you. http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/why-should-we-hire-you/
Views: 36545 Don Georgevich
How to follow-up after a job interview
 
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Get expert advice on following up after a job interview. Following up after a job interview is very important. if you don't follow-up after an interview, the employer might think you are lacking interest in them and will move on to other candidates. In this video I will teach you my best interview follow up techniques so know exactly what to do after your interview. Once you start following up with employers you will find that you get more job interviews and more job offers. You'll learn how to send a follow up email after the interview. Free Download: Top 10 Behavioral Questions and Answers. http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/star/
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Why Didn't I Get the Job - Why Didn't They Hire Me
 
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FREE Online job interview training program - Get it here now: https://jobinterviewtools.com/YouTube In this free program you’ll learn how to improve your interview performance with my simple step-by-step formula for interview success. To get the list of behavioral questions this video mentions, you need to register for this free program here: https://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com Visit my blog here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Register for my Behavioral Interview FREE Course here: http://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ Want ME to personally help you? http://jobinterviewtools.com/coaching/ Contact me directly here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com – just scroll down to the bottom of the page Don is the "#1 Most-Strategic Job Interview Coach" in America and author of 3 best-selling books. Get FREE job interviewing advice directly from Don : : Sign-up for his most sought after interviewing course that is a treasure-trove of little-known secrets about job interviews that Don has amassed over his 25+ year career : : It's called "7 Days to Mastering the Art of the Interview" and it's FREE: http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/7Days Vist http://www.JobInterviewTools.com and snag the latest copy of the Complete Interview Answer Guide. It will show you how to answer any type of interview question so you can ACE your next interview. Visit the Don's that holds a stash of secret weapons you can use on your next interview :: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Watch Don and find out what might have happened on your recent job interview and why you probably did not get the job. Just being well-qualified for a job is NOT enough reason to get hired for it. Employers are looking for well-rounded individuals who they believe will not only do a good job, but will fit in well with their existing staff and corporate culture -- plus many other factors. http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/i-have-experience-but-why-didnt-i-get-the-job/
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How to Stand Out in a Job Interivew - How to be the Best
 
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FREE Online job interview training program - Get it here now: https://jobinterviewtools.com/YouTube In this free program you’ll learn how to improve your interview performance with my simple step-by-step formula for interview success. To get the list of behavioral questions this video mentions, you need to register for this free program here: https://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com Visit my blog here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Register for my Behavioral Interview FREE Course here: http://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ Want ME to personally help you? http://jobinterviewtools.com/coaching/ Contact me directly here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com – just scroll down to the bottom of the page Don is the "#1 Most-Strategic Job Interview Coach" in America and author of 3 best-selling books. Get FREE job interviewing advice directly from Don : : Sign-up for his most sought after interviewing course that is a treasure-trove of little-known secrets about job interviews that Don has amassed over his 25+ year career : : It's called "7 Days to Mastering the Art of the Interview" and it's FREE: http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/7Days Vist http://www.JobInterviewTools.com and snag the latest copy of the Complete Interview Answer Guide. It will show you how to answer any type of interview question so you can ACE your next interview. Visit the Don's that holds a stash of secret weapons you can use on your next interview :: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ How to stand out in a job interview when there are lots of job candidates. How to be the best and win the job. How to beat your competition. Being able to stand out in a job interview and set yourself apart from stiff competition is not that difficult to do. This video will show you how to set yourself apart from everyone else to be the strongest job candidate. http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/samples-of-a-good-cover-letter-good-cover-letter-example-part-i/ http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/what-to-wear-to-a-job-interview-tips-on-dressing-for-success/ http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/how-to-prepare-for-job-interview-with-president-and-vp-vice-president/
Views: 130091 Don Georgevich
12 Questions to Ask Employers that Make You Sound Professional
 
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Get the transcription here: https://www.jobinterviewtools.com/12-great-questions-to-ask-on-a-job-interview/ If you have a job interview coming up, I want to give you 12 questions to ask an employer, so you’ll sound smart and you’ll look interested in the job. Now, before I do that, I only want you to ask questions that you feel comfortable asking. Don’t just ask questions in your interview because you saw some guy on the internet, in a video and he told you that you should ask these questions. Only ask questions that make sense to you, that feel comfortable for you. Because if you ask every question that I mentioned in this video, it’s going to create a very awkward moment for you and your interviewer and I guarantee you your interviewer is not going to be impressed. So, how do you know what’s a good question to ask? Well, you want to ask questions that are going to help you make a decision about whether you want this job or not. If it doesn’t, then it’s not a good question. Now, I created another video on this topic; just the opposite; “Question Not to Ask in an Interview” and those are all the ‘Me type’ questions and you can watch that video. I’ll probably posted at the end of this one. But in this video, we’re just going to focus on questions to ask that are going to help you make a decision about whether you want to work there or not. For starters, never ask stupid questions. Now, I know you’ve been told your whole life, people tell you there are no stupid questions, “Don, you can ask anything”. Yes there are stupid questions and you don’t want to ask stupid ones. I’m just going to show you the right ones to ask. You only want to ask questions that are going to help you make a decision about whether you want this job or not. And when you go into the interview, you should be interviewing objectively. You shouldn’t have already been decided that you want this job. You should ask them questions, grill them on some questions; don’t overwhelm them, but hit them with some questions that are going to help you make that decision. Let’s look at some questions that you might want to ask. Remember, I said might. Only asked questions that feel right for you. Don’t ask questions because I said to ask them. Make sure they help you qualify the employers a place you want to be. Okay? First question to ask on a job interview; Can you tell me more about the day to day responsibilities of this position?
Views: 231003 Don Georgevich
4 Ways to answer "What are your GREATEST accomplishments"
 
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What are your greatest accomplishments? It's okay to brag here, but just a little. Don't spend too much time with this answer as the interviewer is just looking for a short answer and is interested in what you have done recently. Make sure your answer is related to your career and not your personal life. Don't give frivolous answers, like: "I fixed the copy machine when it was jammed," or "I got all my work done in one day; the same day it was due." It is essential for you to explain how and why you made these accomplishments. Best answer to "What are your greatest accomplishments?" 1. "Though I'm very proud of where I am and what I've done, I feel that my biggest achievements remain ahead of me." visit http://www.jobinterviewtools.com for more ways to answer questions about your accomplishments. Top 10 Questions and Answers. http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/Top10/
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Why do you want to work here?
 
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When you are telling them why you want to work there, you are expressing your genuine interest in what you can do for them and why you want to be a part of their company. This is a genuine question and all they want to know is what you like about their company, it’s products or services. What is driving you to want to work for them? Have you always had a lifelong goal of working at Google, or Goldman Sachs? This is your chance to express why you want to be a member of their team and most importantly the contributions you feel you’ll make as a loyal employee. This question helps weed-out desperate job seekers who are just looking for a job, not a lifelong career. Download Top 10 Interview Answers here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/top10/ No matter what kind of job interview you have coming up, the interviewer is going to ask you why you want to work for them. In this video, I'll show you how to answer this question the right way and tell them why you want to work there.
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Why should I hire you? Alternate Answer...
 
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It's no secret, the question WHY SHOULD I HIRE YOU is one of the most critical interview questions that exits. When you learn how to answer tell me about yourself, interviewers will see more value in you and thus will become more interested in hiring you. But telling interviewers about what you can do for them is not hard and it's key root to getting the offer. When you think about it from their perspective, they want to know what you can do for them and why it's better that that what other candidates can do. and when you get this right, that's why they should hire you. But generally, you want to restate your unique skills that relate to the requirements for the position. Like, because I did [blank] in my last job, here is how I can do [blank] for you in this job. Use their own language back to them that was in the job description so they will relate to you better. This is often the last question you will be asked in an interview. Prepare for it. This is your chance to restate the skills you possess that are most relevant to the position and to summarize your other qualities that make you the perfect person for the job. Outline your answer before you go in, so that you can answer clearly, concisely, and with confidence. Your answer should be short and to the point. It should reflect your professional background as it relates to current needs and problems of the position. Review the job description and tell how you are the right person for the job by matching up your skill set with each bullet point of the job description. GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: https://www.jobinterviewtools.com Register for my top 10 list of interview questions here: https://www.jobinterviewtools.com/top10/
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Why did you leave your last job?
 
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How to answer WHY DID YOU LEAVE YOUR LAST JOB? This video will teach you how to answer one of the most popular interview questions about why you left your last job. It's important that you give your interviewer good and believable reasons for why you left your last job. I'll teach you the right things to say about this interview question and some things that you don't want to say. Answering why you left your last job is not hard, just watch the video and let me show you how. No matter what kind of job interview you have coming up, it’s likely they will ask you why you left your last job, or why do you want to leave your job. Your answer to this one question could make or break you. you want to be prepared for this question. Let Don show you how to answer why you left your last job. Download Top 10 Interview Answers here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/top10/ Read the Top 10 Interview Questions: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/top-10-job-interview-questions/
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Answers to tricky questions you should know
 
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FREE Online job interview training program - Get it here now: https://jobinterviewtools.com/YouTube In this free program you’ll learn how to improve your interview performance with my simple step-by-step formula for interview success. To get the list of behavioral questions this video mentions, you need to register for this free program here: https://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com Visit my blog here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Register for my Behavioral Interview FREE Course here: http://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ Want ME to personally help you? http://jobinterviewtools.com/coaching/ Contact me directly here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com – just scroll down to the bottom of the page Don is the "#1 Most-Strategic Job Interview Coach" in America and author of 3 best-selling books. Get FREE job interviewing advice directly from Don : : Sign-up for his most sought after interviewing course that is a treasure-trove of little-known secrets about job interviews that Don has amassed over his 25+ year career : : It's called "7 Days to Mastering the Art of the Interview" and it's FREE: http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/7Days Vist http://www.JobInterviewTools.com and snag the latest copy of the Complete Interview Answer Guide. It will show you how to answer any type of interview question so you can ACE your next interview. Visit the Don's that holds a stash of secret weapons you can use on your next interview :: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Get good answers that interviewers want to hear to job interview questions. Learn how to answer these interview questions with the best answers and you'll be ready for anything any employer has to throw at you.
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Best Way to Explain work History Gaps
 
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It's no secret. People have work history gaps for whatever reason. Maybe you worked a lot of short jobs, maybe you were fired a lot, maybe you quit a lot. It does not matter. We all have employment gaps that might raise questions about our employability. But don't sweat it because in this video I'm going to show you how you can explain your unemployment gaps so to the toughest interviewers. As for a lack of current and relevant work experience, try to pull together any type of volunteer or self study you have done during this time. You want to show them that even though you were not working, you were still trying to keep your skills up to date. What you don't want to do is have them think you have been doing nothing for the past 4 years and now you want to start up getting your feet wet again on their time. GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com Register for my top 10 interview questions download here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/top10/
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Common interview questions you NEED to know
 
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FREE Online job interview training program - Get it here now: https://jobinterviewtools.com/YouTube In this free program you’ll learn how to improve your interview performance with my simple step-by-step formula for interview success. To get the list of behavioral questions this video mentions, you need to register for this free program here: https://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com Visit my blog here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Register for my Behavioral Interview FREE Course here: http://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ Want ME to personally help you? http://jobinterviewtools.com/coaching/ Contact me directly here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com – just scroll down to the bottom of the page Don is the "#1 Most-Strategic Job Interview Coach" in America and author of 3 best-selling books. Get FREE job interviewing advice directly from Don : : Sign-up for his most sought after interviewing course that is a treasure-trove of little-known secrets about job interviews that Don has amassed over his 25+ year career : : It's called "7 Days to Mastering the Art of the Interview" and it's FREE: http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/7Days Vist http://www.JobInterviewTools.com and snag the latest copy of the Complete Interview Answer Guide. It will show you how to answer any type of interview question so you can ACE your next interview. Visit the Don's that holds a stash of secret weapons you can use on your next interview :: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ How to answer tough interview questions with simple and free interview answers. Once you know how to answer common interview questions, you'll be in a much better position to answer tough interview questions. http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/career-aptitude-test.htm http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/thankyou-letters.htm http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/job-interview/interview-questions/management-interview-questions/ http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/job-interview/interview-questions/top-10-interview-questions/
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Best interview answer:  How do you take direction?
 
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How do you take direction? How do accept criticism? This is a team player question and is asked to see how open and willing you are to being asked or told what to do. Are you someone who can follow directions? Can you accept criticism? Or, are you the type of person who does not like being told what to do or being criticized? Best answer to how you take direction. How you listen. 1. "I take direction very well. I don't mind being told what to do and feel that no task is beneath me. Sometimes, my boss may have time to explain what is needed in detail and other times she may only have a minute. I prefer the detailed version, but I can make it work either way. I know my boss is busy and I want her to be able to get on with her job as she does not need to babysit me." visit http://www.jobiniterviewtools.com for more ways to answer this question FREE Top 10 interview questions: Get it here now: http://jobinterviewtools.com/top10/
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How to Calm Your Nerves in  Job Interview
 
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In this video, I’m going to teach you how to become less nervous in the interviews. Now, before we can do this, we need to find out why you’re nervous. What is it about the interview that’s making you nervous? If you just say, “Interviews make me nervous”, then you need to start asking yourself some questions. And this is what I do with people when I work with them on the phone. I try to dig deep into this and find out the root of their nervousness. Now for some people, they are just afraid that the interviewer is going to ask them a question that they don’t know how to answer. And I suppose that might make you nervous because if they ask you a lot of questions and you don’t know how to answer any of them, you’re probably not going to get the job. So, what you want to do is find out what it is about you that makes you nervous. Is it a lack of experience? I mean, let’s say you’re interviewing for a job and you don’t really have the experience for it and you’re afraid they’re going to ask you questions that reveal that you don’t have the experience. If that’s the case, then you need to educate yourself in that area that you’re interviewing for so that you’re more familiar with some of the terminology that they might be using in this interview and that you would be using on this job if they hired you. So, some people are just nervous because they might not get the job and they need it. They need the money. They need it to make a house payment, a car payment or just to live; whatever it is. So, just the very essence of their own insecurities about interviewing has them just scared to death and they’re really nervous. Download this top 10 list of questions mentioned in the video: https://www.jobinterviewtools.com/top10/ Download the transcription of the video here: https://www.jobinterviewtools.com/how-to-calm-your-nervous-interview-jitters/
Views: 31764 Don Georgevich
What is your GREATEST weakness?
 
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Learn how to tell interviewers about your weaknesses. Watch this video to let me show you how to answer the interview question, what is your biggest weakness. It's important that you know how to answer what are your greatest strengths and weaknesses. Most people are afraid of the weakness this question because you are being asked to talk about something you are not good at. But if you’re like everyone else, you have a lot of weaknesses, even I do, so don’t sweat it. There are three good examples to answer questions about your weaknesses. 1.) Talk about a weakness and what you have done to overcome it; show them how you have turned into a strength. 2.) Talk about a weakness that isn’t related to the job, perhaps a personal weakness. 3.) Talk about a weakness as it’s a weakness for you, but the interviewer will see it as a strength. That’s my personal favorite way to answer this question. DO THIS when answering: What is your biggest weakness? When talking about your weakness, show what you have done to overcome it so it’s not a weakness anymore. Talk about a weakness that is not related to the job. Talk about a weakness so that your interviewer sees it as a strength. Download Top 10 Interview Answers here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/top10/ Free job interview training program: http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/7days/
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How Stay at Home Mom's Can Re-Enter the Workforce
 
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Here are my strategies for stay at home women who have been out of the workplace and raising kids to re-enter the workforce. After raising kids for many years, stay at home moms might feel they don't have much to offer an employer, but that could not be further from the truth. Women have far more skills and abilities they they think and in this video I will help you to re-discover yourself. How do stay at home moms reenter the workforce after raising children for 25 years? You raised your children, you had a great time doing it and are now you're looking to reenter the workforce again. For starters, there is nothing wrong with that and employers are not going to hold your absence from a job against you. You might feel that you have nothing to offer an employer because you don’t have recent work experience. That might be true if you were a brain surgeon 25 years ago and now you want to get back into that field. You’re probably going to run into a little resistance. But for most moms, you have a lot of experience and much more than you realize. Expertise aside, you have many other qualities that you’ve nurtured over time, like dependability, discipline, work ethic, reliability – I could go on and on here… and those are often more valuable than experience alone. So let’s talk about experience for a minute. It would be best to tell them things you have done that are related to the job you are interviewing for. Volunteer experience is perfect for situations like this because it overlaps with real-world work experience. And a lot of those skills transfer into many jobs. Telling them that you were actively involved in your community, church, and school PTO, school fundraisers is great experience you want to share with employers. It shows that you know how to organize events and get things done and that parallels project management. I bet you never thought of it that way. Maybe you’re interviewing for accounting jobs and you spent many years balancing the books for your church. It doesn’t matter if you volunteered and didn’t get paid. Experience is experience. The KEY is to tell them the kinds of things you are good at doing as it relate to the job. Focus your presentation on telling them everything that you have. Experiences that you have. Skills you have. Talk about things that you can do for them. Things that will help them in this position. Talk about stories of how you did something. But don’t give them a self-evaluation and tell them all the stuff that you’re not good at doing because that’s the surest way to not getting the job. On that topic, be careful of self-evaluation questions in the interview. If they ask you to rate your experience on something like Microsoft Office, don’t say I’m not very good at that because that’s probably a lie, instead, say something like, I know my way around pretty well and if there is something I don’t know, I can figure out quickly. And you can apply that answer reasoning to many types of experience questions. Always tell them what you have instead of what you don’t have. If you’re lacking in certain skills, don’t bring them up. Seriously, because you are your worst critic, so keep that part of you silent in the interview. Only talk about your strengths and downplay your weaknesses. If you go in there with the attitude of “Why in the world would you want to hire me?” then they will probably agree with your reasoning Do this and you’ll have a much easier time reentering the workforce after 25 years. http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/how-women-can-re-enter-the-workforce-after-raising-children/ For more great interviewing tips, sign up for my free Top 10 Job Interview Questions book here: www.jobinterviewtools.com/Top10/
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4 SMART Things You Should Say and Do in a Job Interview
 
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Have you ever interviewed for a job and you didn't get it? Yeah, welcome to the club. A lot of people have; including me. Let's face it; getting hired for a job is not easy. If that was, everybody have a job. But some people seem to be better at interviewing and getting hired for jobs than others. https://www.jobinterviewtools.com/4-smart-things-to-say-and-do-on-your-interview/ So, in this video, I want to cover some of the key characteristics that some people are doing to get jobs that maybe you're not doing. I used to be one of those people. I used to be able to walk into any job interview and get hired for it. It's not because I was smarter or I was better than my competition. But I'll tell you this; I was better at presenting myself. So, someone might have been more qualified, they might have had more skills, but I was able to show an interviewer that I was a better fit and I was able to connect the dots for them and show them why I was the right person for the job. It's not like my own skills were lacking. I mean, I was good. I mean, but it's hard to say who's the best for anything. And what I'm trying to say is you don't have to be the best technically, you don't have to know the most. You just have to be able to understand what an employer is looking for and connect to their needs and show them that you are a solution for their problems. One of the things that smart job seekers do is to show relevance. And let me tell you what I mean by that. They clearly demonstrate to interviewers how their background and their career goals are consistent with the requirements for the job. So, when your background and experience matches the job description, that makes it a lot easier for employers to want to hire you. You want to make their job easy by connecting the dots and showing them why you qualified. Free Download: Don Recommends the Top 10 Questions for you. https://www.JobInterviewTools.com/Top10/ Want ME to personally help you prepare for your next interview? https://www.jobinterviewtools.com/coaching/ Contact me directly here: https://www.jobinterviewtools.com – just scroll down to the bottom of the page to the contact form
Views: 34751 Don Georgevich
3 Brilliant Tips to Succeed in a Job Interview
 
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First thing, when you go into an interview, is you want to quantify your results when you're talking about your accomplishments. So, let me tell you what I mean by that. So, when you quantify your results, you're saying exactly what you'll do when they give you the job and you're clearly separating yourself from your competition and you're connecting with prospective employers and telling them exactly what they want to hear and that's really the key. When most people go into an interview, they don't quantify their results, they just talk about that they're really good, "I'm really good at sales, I'm really good at managing projects, I'm really good at analyzing reports" but they don't tell an employer how they've done it. And that's really the key; when you can tell someone how you've done something before and measure it. So, for example, if you're in sales, you don't want to just say, "I'm really good at selling software, I'm really good at selling things". You want to tell them what you're good at doing, you want to tell them how much you've sold, how you've met quota, how you've received certain kinds of awards. Just walk them through your sales track record and show them that you're a proven sales person. Another example would be if you're a project manager. Don't just say, "I know how to manage projects". You want to walk them through. Talk about the tools that you've used to manage projects, talk about the budgets that you've sat on projects, talk about how you reach certain milestones, walk them through the entire process. Tell them that you have developed projects, you've built projects, you've designed them on time, under budget and put dollar figures to those; that's the quantifying part. Video transcript: https://www.jobinterviewtools.com/3-brilliant-tips-to-succeed-in-a-job-interview/
Views: 62522 Don Georgevich
What is your GREATEST accomplishment?
 
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Though many believe this is the same as the other Top 10 question, “What is your greatest strength?” but it’s "What is your greatest accomplishment is a completely different question. Here’s why: An accomplishment is a noteworthy high-profile task or project that you worked on or completed. Basically, you accomplished something and it may or may not have played to your strengths. One of your greatest strengths might be in managing people, but your greatest accomplishment was writing a paper that was published in Scientific America Magazine. Do you see the difference? DO THIS when answering: What is your greatest accomplishment? It is best to talk about a noteworthy accomplishment that is aligned to the requirements for the job you are applying to. Treat this like a behavioral question and use the STAR Behavioral method to answer it. Set up the Situation, then talk about what you did (the Action) and then about the Results of what you, your project, or team accomplished. It is best to use a work-related story, but if you’re out of good stories, consider using a personal accomplishment as a last resort. Download Top 10 Interview Answers here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/top10/ Free job interview training program: http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/7days/ Learn how to answer the question, what is your greatest accomplishment in the complete interview answer guide from http://www.jobinterviewtools.com
Views: 25079 Don Georgevich
How to answer, "What bothers you?"
 
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How to answer the interview question, "What are some of the things that bother you?" This is a common question, but don't dwell on it. The interviewer is looking for a job related answer, more like "what bothers you about your job or the people you work with?" If you dig deep and think of what really bothers you, you'll find that it's other people and their ideas, right? But don't tell the interviewer that, you can be more clever than that. Best answer: 1. "It bothers me the most when other people I work with don't meet their deadlines or deliver what they promise." Free Download: Top 10 Behavioral Questions and Answers. http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/star/
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Tell Me About Yourself - "Best Answer"
 
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FREE Online job interview training program - Get it here now: https://jobinterviewtools.com/YouTube In this free program you’ll learn how to improve your interview performance with my simple step-by-step formula for interview success. To get the list of behavioral questions this video mentions, you need to register for this free program here: https://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com Visit my blog here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Register for my Behavioral Interview FREE Course here: http://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ Want ME to personally help you? http://jobinterviewtools.com/coaching/ Contact me directly here: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com – just scroll down to the bottom of the page Don is the "#1 Most-Strategic Job Interview Coach" in America and author of 3 best-selling books. Get FREE job interviewing advice directly from Don : : Sign-up for his most sought after interviewing course that is a treasure-trove of little-known secrets about job interviews that Don has amassed over his 25+ year career : : It's called "7 Days to Mastering the Art of the Interview" and it's FREE: http://www.JobInterviewTools.com/7Days Vist http://www.JobInterviewTools.com and snag the latest copy of the Complete Interview Answer Guide. It will show you how to answer any type of interview question so you can ACE your next interview. Visit the Don's that holds a stash of secret weapons you can use on your next interview :: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/ Where to start? What do they want to know? Should I start in high school, college, first grade? It's one of the most frequently asked questions in an interview. The way you answer this question will set the tone for the rest of the interview. This can be a challenging question to answer if you are not prepared for it, but it's really asked as an icebreaker. Again, this is an open-ended question, but really what the interviewer wants to hear is about your recent work experience. Why don't they just ask that question? Because they want to see where you will go with an open-ended question. Your answer tells the interviewer where your mind is. If you start telling him that you are a Cleveland Browns fan, then you are way off base with what he wants to hear and you have just made your first mistake. What do you want the interviewer to know about you when you leave, your work experience or your personal interests? I'm confident their hiring decision will be based on your work experience, save your personal interests for the water cooler after you get the job. Wrong answer: 1. "What would you like to know?" This statement completely throws the question back at the interviewer in somewhat of an insulting way and he/she is forced to reword the question. see this video and the complete interview answer guide for the right way to answer this question. http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/best-buy-interview-questions/ http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/are-you-a-team-player-show-them-youre-capable/ http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/blog/free-interview-answers/ Watch this video to see how you should answer the interview questions about telling interviewers about yourself
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How to ACE your next job interview - question & answer strategies
 
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In this video I'll teach you the importance of answering common HR question, behavioral questions and identity interview questions. Interviewers will ask you three different types of questions and your success depends on your answers. If you are only prepared for behavioral questions, then you'll only pass part of the interview, so you need to learn how to answer all three types of interview questions in order to do well on your interview. To get the list of behavioral questions this video mentions, you need to register for this free program here: https://jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/ GET THE COMPLETE INTERVIEW ANSWER GUIDE HERE: http://www.jobinterviewtools.com You’ll learn the techniques that are required to ACE your job interviews and get the offer. You’ll learn how to answer any interview question, even tough behavioral interviews. Learn why job candidates will fail their interviews and why employers won't call them back for second interviews and job offers. Most people don't know what it is that they did during their interview that turned off their interviewer. In this video, I'm going to show you what you have been doing wrong. Employers use behavioral interviewing techniques and behavioral questions to determine if you will be a suitable employee. Interviews are generally made up of 3 sets of questions, but the bulk of your interview depends on how you answer a few questions, sometimes even only one question. A normal interview will have behavioral, common task questions or HR related, and Identity questions. HR and Task questions carry about 10-20% of the weight Behavioral questions carry about 30-40% Identity questions carry the most weight, between 40 – 90% If you just focused on behavioral and common questions alone, you probably would not get the job. Which is what happens to most candidates. Though you might feel you did well because you answered a lot of questions, but you have to be careful not to confuse activity with delivering real value. But if you focused all your energy on identity questions, you may or not get the job, either. If you focused on identity and behavioral, you will have an excellent shot at the job. If you focus on Identity, behavioral and prepared for common questions, you will have the best possible chance at getting the job. And you will have clearly separated yourself from your competition by demonstrating your uniqueness. This topic is covered in more detail in Video 1 of 4 in http://www.jobinterviewtools.com/advantage/
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