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Employment Communication 04


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Employment Communication 04

  1. 1. Employment Communicationcont….chapter 03<br />
  2. 2. TECHNIQUESfor Answering Interview Questions<br />1.Experience<br />Tell us about the software project that you did last year.<br />What is the most difficult situation you have ever faced?<br />How long had you been at CSIR for your project?<br />
  3. 3. 2.Credentials<br />‘You have done one study oriented project on “Organizational Communication”. What did you learn from that? As the project leader, how did you coordinate with your team members?<br />If you have mentioned ‘Reading’ as one of your hobbies, it is possible that a person on the panel may ask you, “What was the last book you read and how did you find it?”<br />
  4. 4. 3.Mute/Dumb Questions<br />Imagine you are given a new life. What would you like to become?<br />Can you sell this tie/diary/pen to me in a minute?<br />Suppose we give you a choice of selecting your workstation between Japan and USA. Which one would you prefer?<br />
  5. 5. 4.Vision-related Questions<br />What are your short term goals?<br />What are your long term goals?<br />Where would your like to see yourself five years from now?<br />How long will you stay with us?<br />
  6. 6. 5.Opinion Questions<br />Why do we hire you? (The answer will relfect what skills you possess.)<br />Would you prefer working with information or people?<br />Are you a goal-oriented person?<br />
  7. 7. 6.Behavioural/Managerial <br />How did you accomplish the project?<br />How do you resolve conflict if arisen among the team members?<br />Imagine you take up a project with six other members and a member who is highly enthusiastic, knowledgeable and co-operative decides to withdraw from it. How would you react to this situation?<br />
  8. 8. Techniques for tackling questions<br />1. Reframing Technique<br />2.Behavioral Technique<br />3.Compelling Story Technique<br />4. Abraham Lincoln Technique<br />