Best Interview Questions :
Have you ever conformed to a policy unwillingly in any of your previous organizations?
To a question like this, one should try and present an obedient image. It shows your
capability of adhering to rules and policies created by the senior management. The
policies are normally made to make sure a particular system exists and is followed. A
lot of thinking goes into the belief that no employer wants any of his employees to rebel
against him. Do not emphasize a lot on your answer as you also don’t want to come across as person who has no brain of his own.
Why did you leave your last job?
Stay positive regardless of the circumstances. Never refer to a major problem with management and never speak ill of supervisors, co-workers or the organization. If you do, you will be the one looking bad. Keep smiling and talk about leaving for a positive reason such as an opportunity, a chance to do something special or other forward-looking reasons.
What do you think of your current / last boss?
Short, sweet and shut up. People who complain about their employers are recognised as the same people who cause the most disruption in the department. Being asked this question means the interviewer has no desire to take on trouble.
I liked her as a person, respected her professionally and appreciated her guidance.
This question is often followed by one that tries to validate your answer.
Could you talk about your best presentation in the last organization?
When explaining the presentation, first talk about the efforts you had put in the
presentation. Talk about all the late nights and research done and how you single-
handedly make the presentation. Once you have spoken about the efforts, talk about the
success of the presentation. Mention all the praises you got. How not only your colleagues but the senior management and even the president of your organization was impressed with your creativity and efforts.
Have you ever faced disagreement of colleagues during a project?
Disagreement of colleagues during a project is very normal. While talking about it, first
mention your reason and then justify it honestly. Explain how your reason was for the enhancement of the project. Do not end the answer by simply justifying your point.
Explicate how you stood for the reason in a calm, experienced and professional manner.
End this question by confirming your success in explaining your reason and guiding your
colleagues to agreeing with your point of view.
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