“Management is a”What is your greatest strength?”
“What is your greatest weakness?”
“Can you tell me about yourself?”
“Why do you want to join this company?”
“Why do you think we should hire you?”bout arranging and telling. Leadership is about nurturing and enhancing.” – Tom Peters
These are some of the most common, and can sometimes be ‘deadly’ in a typical interview. Well, you may think that the younger generation of hiring managers may not ask these ‘traditional’ questions. And suddenly, sitting in front of the interviewer, these questions appeared.
What do you do?
Will telling your interviewer that you work hard increase your chances?
A lot of people work hard and more claimed to do so but unfortunately, it may not be a good enough reason to get you on to the hiring list.
Don’t fret. Help is here.
Proguide will be running a free community coaching programme aimed at helping jobseekers learn to design their career and sharpen their interview skills.
Register your interest to get an appointment for this Job Interview Coaching session.