Before the interview:
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Do your research and learn everything you can about the organization Review your accomplishment list and your résumé Review and understand the job description Wear appropriate attire for the interview
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Remember that a job interview begins the minute you walk through the door. Treat everyone you meet professionally and with respect Turn off all electronic devices Be aware of your body language Smile and encourage casual conversation with your interviewer Be confident in your skills and abilities Take a moment to compile your thoughts before you answer Ask for clarification if you don’t understand a question Sell ...view middle of the document...
Think of specific situations that happened in your past work experiences, and tell a story about what happened and what you did (a beginning/ the background, a middle/ your actions and an end/ the result).Try to answer the question in approximately 90 seconds. If more information is needed, the interviewer will ask for it. Sample behavioural interview questions
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Describe a time when your supervisor challenged one of your decisions. How did you respond? Tell me about a time when you handled a difficult situation with a customer? Describe a situation where you completed a project on time?
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Students and new grads are asked to present business cases during the recruitment process. Case studies are stories or scenarios, created and used as a tool for analysis and discussion. Case studies have elements of simulations and sufficient detail to encourage analysis from a variety of viewpoints or perspectives. They place the candidate in the role of...