Walt Disney interview questionsI. List of Walt Disney interview questions 1. Tell me about yourself? 2. What do you know about Walt Disney? 3. What can you do for Walt Disney? 4. Why do you want to work for Walt Disney? 5. How would your past experience translate into success in this job? 6. Explain how you would be an asset to Walt Disney? 7. Why should Walt Disney hire you? 8. Do you know anyone who works for Walt Disney? 9. What can you do for Walt Disney that other candidates can’t? 10. Please tell me some products/services of Walt Disney in the market? What are likes/dislikes of them? 11. If you worked for Walt Disney, what are you doing? 12. Tell me about our president and CEO? 13. How important is it for you to have a career at Walt Disney? 14. Would you say you are a creative person? 15. Tell me the latest Walt Disney headline you read. What are your thoughts on how that will impact Walt Disney? 16. If you were in a team involved in a secret Walt Disney project, how would you refrain from telling your significant other, friends, family, etc? 17. Why do you want to work at Walt Disney? 18. Where do you see Walt Disneys products? 19. Where do you see yourself in 3 years?
20. Are you a creative person? Tell me about a time when you thought outside of the box. 21. Give me an example of how you deal with a crisis? 22. Do you consider yourself successful? 23. How can you relate the goals you have for yourself to the goals of Walt Disney?Other useful materials for job interview 1. Ebook: http://azjobebooks.info/103-interview-questions-and-answers/ 2. 103 common interview questions and answers.II. Walt Disney interview tips 1. Find out about which type of interview it is, how many interviewers and candidates there are, it is a formal interview or informal one. 2. Find out which qualification the interviewers expect, training courses, applying procedures, etc. 3. Be careful with your certificates. The interviewers may ask why you take a certain training course or what you have learn from such course. 4. As interviewers may ask you to elaborate on certain issues, you may want to read some articles about such issues. 5. Ask a friend or relative of yours to help you practice answering an interview. 6. Prepare a list of things you want to say in the interview. 7. There may be questions about normal life of yours in the interview (for example, why did you choose this university?) Be prepared for that. 8. Prepare a list of questions you may ask the interviewers (for example, about their training programs and how you apply for such programs). 9. Arrive 15-10 minutes earlier. Avoid going during rush hours or on crowed streets. Take a look around the university and talk to other candidates there. 10. Pay attention to your body language: look straight, keep eye contacts, and smile.
11. Listen attentively and don’t interrupt others while they are speaking. Not only it is a bad manner to do, it is unforgivable if you do so in an interview. Just wait for them ending their questions then answer. 12. Ask questions: you shall be required to make some questions. This is the time you make advantage of the list of questions you have prepared earlier. Show the interviewers that you have researched a lot about their university and that you are a very enthusiastic person. 13. Be yourself. Don’t pretend to be somebody else. The interviewers want to know the real you, the potential candidate they may accept in. 14. Note down your answers. These may be useful later if the interviewers wish to confirm any answer with you as they forget or wish to discuss more. 15. Discuss your interview with others. You may receive very helpful advice from an outsider who, like the interviewers, may tell if you answer properly or not.III. Job titles related:Sales manager, project manager, financial analyst, business analyst, HR manager, Officemanager, HR, Administrative, project positions, marketing positions…