2. Interview questions and answers- Page 21. Tell me about yourselfSteps to answer interview questions:Step 1: Give a brief introduction about yourself:For example: My name is Peter. I graduated from XYZUniversity with bachelor degree in Sales. After 5 yearsworking as a Sales Manager, I have well experienced intraining, mentoring and motivating other salespersonnel to achieve the goals of the Company.Step 2: Give a brief summary of your experience inyour latest positions:Give a summary of 2-3 latest companies that you haveworked for and companies that have helped yousucceed with your new jobs.For example: recently, I have worked for ABCCompany as Sales Manager for North-East Region.With my skills from training courses, I developed manysales campaigns which contributed much to thedevelopment of new customers and maintenance ofcurrent customer base. After 6 months, my sales forceand I did regain the company‟s market and promote thesales revenue up by 37%.
3. Interview questions and answers- Page 31. Tell me about yourself - continueStep 3: Connect your ability to the employer’srequirements:Never assume that the employer will by himself be ableto connect all of your abilities to the job requirements.Step 4: Make a concerning question:With a concerning question, it will help you gain“control” of the interview. You may reduce the stress ofthe interview with such questions.For example: I would like to know the strong points ofyour company‟s current Sales force.
4. Interview questions and answers- Page 42. What are your biggest strengths?This question will help polishing your qualification to therequirements of the employer.Steps to answer this question:a) Identify which you are good at:• Knowledge;• Experience;• Skills;• Abilities.b) Prepare a list of your strong points:c) Review the recruitment requirements:You should review carefully the recruitmentrequirements to know for sure which requirements arethe most important to the employer.
5. Interview questions and answers- Page 52. What are your biggest strengths? - continued) Make a list of your strong points in yourresume/cover letter:List and describe your strong points in your resume andcover letter orderly.You should make descriptions to those points in yourresume.e) Prepare persuasive answers to the question of theemployer about strong points:You do not only state your strong points to theemployer but must also provide evidence for them byreferences or records attached with your applicationform.Useful source: List of strong points:http://interview-tips-123.blogspot.com/2013/05/list-of-strong-points.html
6. Interview questions and answers- Page 63. What have you learned from mistakes on the Junit field?a. Answer tipsHere you have to come up with something or you straincredibility. Make it small, well intentioned mistake with apositive lesson learned. An example would be working toofar ahead of colleagues on a project and thus throwingcoordination off.Everyone makes mistakes, of course, but somecompanies are more willing to learn from them than punishthose involved.You‟ve learned that when you do make mistakes,someone is usually disappointed in the choice you made,but you have to figure it out for yourself, they might helpyou decide what „s right and what „ss wrong, but you‟ll bethe decider on which you choose. You‟ve learned thatpeople do care about you, and to not do it again if youdon‟t want to.b. Answer samplesEvery one makes mistakes but only few people can realizethere mistakes and they don‟t want to repeat thosemistakes again….. I am the one in those few people, Idon‟t want to repeat the mistakes which had done by mein my job/work.
7. Interview questions and answers- Page 74. What have you done to improve your Junit knowledge in the last year?a. Answer tips• Try to include improvement activities that relate to thejob. A wide variety of activities can be mentioned aspositive self-improvement. Have some good ones handyto mention.• Employers look for applicants who are goal-oriented.Show a desire for continuous learning by listing hobbiesnon-work related. Regardless of what hobbies you chooseto showcase, remember that the goal is to prove self-sufficiency, time management, and motivation.b. Answer samples• Every should learn from his mistake. I always try toconsult my mistakes with my kith and kin especially withelderly and experienced person.
8. Interview questions and answers- Page 85. What are your career goals?a. The reasons of this question:This question will test your ability and ambition to developyourself as well as the ability to plan for the future.b. Levels of career goals:• You are not sure about your goals, then answer: I‟mrather busy with my duties and goals of the Company; asa result, I haven‟t focused much on my long-term personalgoals.• You have goals not or very little relating to the currentjob: For example, you are applying for a sales manager,but your career goal is to become the head of marketingdepartment in the next 5 years.• Current job oriented career goals: For example, you areworking as a sales manager, you goal is to become thearea sales manager in the next 2 years and in the next 5years, you will be the regional sales manager.Useful source: list of 50 career goals:http://interview-tips-123.blogspot.com/2013/05/list-of-career-goals.html
9. Interview questions and answers- Page 96. Why did you leave your last job?a. Some sample answers to the interview question:“Why are you leaving your last job?”• There is no opportunity to promote in my current job andI‟m ready to face a new challenge;• I have worked there for 04 years with much experienceand skills. I want to be promoted but the Company do notoffer me that opportunity;• The company has cut down with its focus on thebusiness line my job is responsible for;• My family transferred to another region, or, my currentworkplace is too far away from my home;• My old company often paid late and had inadequatecompensation policy.b. You should avoid answers that:• Speak ill of your old boss, colleague, etc.;• They punished me many times for…• I did not complete my job.
10. Interview questions and answers- Page 107. What is your greatest weakness?Ways to answer:a) First way: Turning your strong point into weak point.For example: I am a perfectionist and therefore, I rarelybelieve in anyone who can work as well as me. As aresult, I am afraid to delegate important tasks to others.This approach has a weak side as that if you are notclever, you will cause the employer to believe that you arecheating him.b) Second way: Solving your weakness absolutely.A better approach is that you state one point which wasonce your weakness, but you have done well to resolve it.For example: I tended to be a perfectionist, therefore Ididn‟t like to delegate to others. But I have found out thatin order to develop the organization, everyone in theorganization must be experienced with many tasks andthis is very good for an efficient team work.
11. Interview questions and answers- Page 118. What do you know about this organization?This question is one reason to do some research on theorganization before the interview. Find out where they havebeen and where they are going. What are the current issuesand who are the major players?Sample answers:a. A good organization with perfect management. I heard thatin this organization i can gain knowledge and goodatmosphere.b. If its for a good renowned company then its better to gothrough the company website and know what‟s the companyprofile and what‟s their achievements/successes andbranches & other details.c. According to me this is one of the best company. It has agood Environment, We feel good working in companies,which has good growth in the IT Industries. This Organizationhas all the qualities like good growth, good Environment,maintaining a best level in the IT Industries, etc.Other materials: Top 10 interview questions to askemployers. http://interview-tips-123.blogspot.com/2013/05/top-10-interview-questions-to-ask.html
12. Interview questions and answers- Page 129. What have you done to improve your Junit knowledge in the last year?a. Answer tips• Try to include improvement activities that relate to thejob. A wide variety of activities can be mentioned aspositive self-improvement. Have some good ones handyto mention.• Employers look for applicants who are goal-oriented.Show a desire for continuous learning by listing hobbiesnon-work related. Regardless of what hobbies you chooseto showcase, remember that the goal is to prove self-sufficiency, time management, and motivation.b. Answer samples• Every one should learn from his mistake. I always try toconsult my mistakes with my kith and kin especially withelderly and experienced person.• I enrolled myself into a course useful for the next versionof our current project. I attended seminars on personaldevelopment and managerial skills improvement.
13. Interview questions and answers- Page 13Useful interview materials• Top 10 interview secrets to win every job interview:http://interview-tips-123.blogspot.com/2013/05/top-10-secrets-to-win-every-job.html• 13 types of interview questions and how to face them:http://interview-tips-123.blogspot.com/2013/05/13-types-of-interview-questions-and-how.html• Top 12 common mistakes in job interviews:http://interview-tips-123.blogspot.com/2013/05/top-12-common-mistakes-in-job-interviews.html