Assume you do your research about the company and position firstTypical Questions40% Story / Quality30% Questions at the end30% Non Verbal CommunicationHow to respond to themTell me about yourself / Walk me Through your resume / tell your storyTell me about a time you
INTRODUCTIONSBe Prepared. It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it.
FRAME OF MINDBe Confident. It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it.
FRAME OF MINDBe Enthusiastic and Interested. Everything is so exciting.
FRAME OF MINDAdapt. Read your interviewer’s language, outfit, style, and environment
QUESTIONSIntroduction question:• Tell me about yourself // Walk me through your resumeBehavioral Questions:• If your co-workers were here, what would they say about you?• Tell me about a time you had to take leadership.• Tell me about a time you had to work with someone difficult.Remaining Questions:• Do you have any questions for me?
RESPONSEIntroduction Question• Tell a thematic story• Keep it at a high level• Share your passion Previous Work Professional Why this Experience Interests company/job?
RESPONSEBehavioral Questions• Show your teamwork and leadership skills• Demonstrate your communication skills – over communication Context Action Result
RESPONSEQuestions for the Interviewer• Not just an opportunity to ask questions, rather a chance to really showcase interest, good fit, and impress them• Don’t ask the basic questions that could be answered through research and homeworkSample Questions• How did you start your career and why did you come here?• What has been your biggest contribution to the company?• What’s your point-of-view on (industry related topic)?• What difficulties have you faced recently that challenged you to grow?