Tuesday, 14 February 2017

Interview Tips: Questions you can expect to be asked during the interview

Questions you can expect to be asked

What do you enjoy about the industry?
What kind of people do you enjoy working with?
How do you cope when your work has been criticised? Give an example
What is the worst situation you have coped with outside of work? Give an example as
well as the outcome
 How do you respond to working under pressure? Can you? Give an example
How have you coped when you have felt anger at work? Give an example, but still
showing that this did not affect your ability to get on with the job
How have you coped when you have to face a conflict of interest at work? This is
testing your interpersonal skills, team and leadership skills
 What kind of people do you find difficult to work with? As you do not know anything
about the staff of the company at which you are being interviewed, be careful how
you answer this question
What are your preferred working conditions, working alone or in group and why?
What are you looking for in a company?
How do you measure your own performance?
What is your favourite advertisement and why? (For ad agency candidates only)
What is your least favourite and why? (For ad agency candidates only)
These WILL be asked, so be prepared
Why should we hire you? Explain how you can add value to the company

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Sunday, 12 February 2017

Interview Tips - Questions you can ask during the interview

Questions you can ask during interview

What will my responsibilities be?
Why is this position available?
How will you assess my performance?
How does this position fit into the rest of the company?
Who will I report to and who will report into me?
Does your company encourage further study?
What are  your company’s further growth plans?
Where will I be based?
Will the position entail travel?
How soon will you decide on the appointment?
What is the next step? Where do we go from here?

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Interview Tips - Body Language

Body language do’s and donts
Walk slowly and deliberately when entering the room. Shoulders back. Walk tall
Give a firm handshake while maintaining constant eye contact. A firm handshake
shows confidence in yourself and your abilities
Never appear to be staring, look away from time to time. Never look down
Show enthusiasm, be alert. Your attitude should never be viewed as indifferent
Give non-verbal feedback by smiling and nodding
Control your movements. Do not hurry
 Do not fidget. Be aware of what you are doing with your hands. Avoid expansive
hand gestures
Don’t forget to breathe
Do not be aggressive or act in a superior, conceited or overbearing way
Do speak clearly with good diction and grammar
Do no talk too much
Do not lose concentration or attention

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