Learn the way to answer some of the most frequently asked questions and explore questions to ask yourself to understand the culture.
- Now I've given you five themes for you to go away…and think of examples for strength-based questions…and competency-based questions.…But I wanna give you some specific questions…that are really common and are very likely…to come up in your interview.…Tell me about yourself is usually the first question…that you'll be asked in an interview.…It's a really good ice breaker.…But it's often the question that fail to prepare for.…So we prepare our examples and our strengths…and our weaknesses.…But we don't really prepare for this one.…But it's really important because it's often…the first question, and people will make their minds up…really, really quickly.…
So how to handle this question, well don't bat it back.…A lot of people bat it back.…They'll say something like, professionally or personally.…It's like, are you two different people?…No, don't bat it back.…Smile and own the question.…Don't talk for 20 minutes though.…Okay, this isn't the time to tell your life story.…And people only do this when they're not prepared…
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You've reached the final stage of the recruitment process. Now, all that stands between you and that job offer is the interview. In this course, Aimee Bateman shares her interview expertise—developed from years as a top recruiter and career coach—to help you ace your next job interview. Throughout this course, Aimee takes you through each stage of the interview process, explaining what to do on the day of your interview, how to confidently respond to common questions, and how to ask your interviewer thoughtful questions in return. Plus, she shares how to make sure the interviewer remembers you, as well as how to tackle other types of interviews, including phone and video interviews.
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