Hira gives you tips for answering this important question you'll probably get during your next job interview.
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You'll definitely encounter this question during your next interview, so make sure you know how to answer it! For more career tips, visit http://careerly.co
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Most likely the first question you'll get during any recruiting conversation or interview. Nail the question and make a great first impression. For an example, watch "Hira's TMAY" https://youtu.be/Ih87TjbVN7w
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Conflict questions are about communications, collaboration, building trust, diplomacy, tact, and basic problem solving skills. The answer also depends on who the conflict is with: boss? client? co-worker? The differs! Use the S-A-R framework: Situation, Action, Result. Make sure you also watch, Part II: How to Really Nail the Conflict Question: https://youtu.be/uhAMlaTwU8A
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Hira gives tips on answering the "What's your greatest weakness?" job interview question. For more information on the career services offered by Careerly, visit our website: http://www.careerly.co
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Another interview question, answered!
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Hira tackles a common job interview question: "Tell me about a time you failed." Visit http://www.careerly.co for more information on career services offered by Careerly.
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Hira gives tips on answering this typical job interview question.
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The Initial Screen: 5 Quick Steps, 7 Seconds How do they make that critical "Yes" or "No" decision in that quick scan? Typically, here's how: 1. They scan summary and functional information at the top to make sure you are a good fit 2. They review work history to see if the person has had a related career background 3. Specifically, they look for company names, titles, appropriate number of years of experience in the field etc. 4. Next, they search for related keywords that show you have the technical skills/ knowledge to get the job done 5. They scan for appropriate education, certifications, training etc. If all looks good so far, they put this resume in the MAYBE pile with a plan to re-evaluate ... and decide if you are worth an interview.
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...without adequate resources. Check out our website for more resources: www.careerly.co
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Part II of Interview Question: "Tell me about a time you had a conflict at work." This videos outlines example answers based on who the conflict was with - a coworker, boss or client.
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Another behavioral question, answered!
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Hira gives her "Tell Me About Yourself" (TMAY) for you to use as an example. Our full video on mastering your TMAY can be found here: https://youtu.be/4XjSCp-swsI
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This is a very common behavioral question from the bucket of questions around mistakes, failures, and major challenges. The trick is not in the failure or the mistake! It's in the LEARNING opportunity, how you FIXED THINGS, and it's about your attitude, ability to admit mistakes, and how you moved on. Also use S-A-R formula for best structure!.
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Make sure you know how to answer this typical question before your next job interview!
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Quantifying your resume bullets is absolutely necessary. Learn how with this excerpt from a recent Careerly Webinar. For more on Careerly Webinars, visit careerly.co/careerly-webinars
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Follow these tips to land your resume on top the recruiter's stack and land the interview!
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Like, just don't. It's not about YOU. It's about THEM. So, instead of focusing on yourself and all that selling, focus on your interviewer - help them out, summarize your key skills. Give them what they want - show them the match between you and the job that they need done.
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The skills and experience section is the toughest part of writing the cover letter. Follow along with an example, and learn tips for writing your own.
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A successful career switch depends on which factors you decide to change up versus which factors you keep constant. Hira explains! Or check out full webinar on career switching here: http://www.careerly.co/careerly-webinars/career-switching
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We say NEITHER! It's not really about boasting about yourself versus being a nice humble person who does not. Because... the truth is, it's really not about YOU. It's about your interviewer (your future employer) and ensuring that they have all the information that they need to make a good hiring decision. They need a confident, considered, and detailed description of your skills, and how you used them in the past for the benefit of other employers and clients.
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