Interviews don't have to be difficult. In this video, learn how to conduct an effective interview.
- Okay. So you've made your list. … You've contacted them. … You've asked them to interview, … and now you're sitting down with them. … So the question is, how are you going to interview them? … Well, I made this really easy. … I have a list of interview questions that you can use, … so you don't have to worry. … Basically, all we're trying to figure out is, … will you like this job? … What you really want to be focusing on … is how well this job fits you. … So we're going to ask them, … what do you love about your job? … What do you hate about your job? … What do you wish you could change about your job? … We want them to be really honest with you, … and tell you their likes and dislikes. … The second thing you want to ask is, … if they had to do it all over again, what would they change? … What would they have done differently? … A lot of people take different paths to their job, … and they may know a better way to get there. … And this is so important. … If you can get this wisdom ahead of time, …
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