Question Interview :
What are your qualifications?
Be sure you don’t answer the wrong question. Does the interviewer want job-
related or academic qualifications? Ask. If he or she is looking for job qualifications, you
need to know exactly the work you’ll be doing in the first few months. Again, notice
the importance of understanding the current projects and therefore the problems that
need to be tackled. Ask. Then use appropriate value keys from all four categories tied in with relevant skills and achievements. You might say… ‘I can give you a general answer, but I feel my answer might be more valuable if you could tell me about specific work assignments in the early months.!.'
‘If the major task right now is reducing the reject ratio, I should tell you this. I work in a high-speed manufacturing environment and, since I’ve been there, I’ve reduced rejects by 26 per cent.
What are your biggest accomplishments?
Keep your answers job-related… from earlier exercises, a number of achievements should spring to mind. If you exaggerate contributions to major projects, you will be
accused of suffering from COFFEE MACHINE SYNDROME, the affliction of a junior clerk who claimed success for an Apollo space mission based on his relationships with certain scientists, established at the coffee machine.
You might begin your reply with… Although I feel my biggest achievements are still ahead of me, I am proud of my involvement with...
I made my contribution as part of that team and learned a lot in the process. We did it
with hard work, concentration and an eye for the bottom line.
How do you describe yourself in a role of team player?
The best way to answer this question is by giving an example. If you have ever played
any team sports, the experience can be used here to explain your understanding of the
concepts and procedures required for a team to generate unsurpassed results. As here we are talking about one’s profession existence, the ideal exemplar can be from your previous organization. Explaining how you implied your experience to achieve best results in your previous team will be ideal.
What do co-workers say about you?
Be prepared with a quote or two from coworkers. Either a specific statement or a
paraphrase will work. .Jill Clark - a co-wrorker at Smith Company - always said I was the
hardest workers she had ever known. It is as powerful as Jill having said it at the
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