From the article: Job Interview Questions to Ask
We have all been through many job interviews, from both sides of the table. Do you have a favorite question you like to ask at an interview? What does it tell you about the candidates? Have you been asked, or heard others ask, funny or strange interview questions? Share those with us too. Share Your Favorites
how to motivate people
- Planning is the fisrt thing manager need in his organization is working with. A manager need to motivate workers so that they can put their best in the position they occupied. This will make the organisation move forward effectively. As for me I will like to a manager cum leader, a manager is always concern in the welfare of the workers and structure.
- —Guest JUWON SMART
Possible questions !
- 1. What will happen if I do not select you" to know the E Q of that person.. 2. "Are there not better candidates than You?' 3. Why are you an employment seeker than being an employer?"
- —Guest Venkateswaran Bala
- I was once asked, "what would you expect your epitaph to read?" Very intense question at the end of an exhausting day! I answered, “you could always count on her to do what she promised.” I was offered the very sought after position.
- —Guest WKP
- i like the question, " what do you think is your edge over the other applicants waiting outside of this room waiting to land the job you applied for? "
- —Guest mabel
- How can you handle a boss with a dictatorship style of management?
- —Guest femi
- i was asked`how would you represent your self when you were told to sing the national Anthem?i replied..i would let every one to stand up at an attention..and i was selected`
- —Guest makori bernad
- after interviewing candidates fir my sales team I always ask myself, " would I have that person to my home" if I can't answer that question honestly to myself, why woould I want to spend most of my week with them.
- —Guest Hiller147
- I would like to ask "What will you do if we select you?"
- —Guest Ramchandra S
- What would your spouse or best friend say is their biggest pet peeve about you?
- —Guest Norm
- when you start planing your market what you going to sell,to whom you going to sell,the benefits of my prosucts
- —Guest bathobile
What do you know...
- I almost always will ask as my second to last question -"What do you know about our company" and wait to see how much homework they've done. I worked for Dow Jones-Wall Street Journal and learned a lot about research while there and have used that to my own strategic advantage over the years. If someone hasn't bothered to do their howmework for an interview that says something to me about what kind of employee they might be.
- —Guest Don Mc
- my favorite questions is "where would you like to see yourself 10 years from now?"
- Interviewee: "You have been in the industry for long, can you also, please, share with us the secrets so that we may also be like you?"
- —Guest Felix
- How do you get along with people? Who are the people that you might have hard time working with?
- —Guest Mia
past boss challenges
- I like to ask, "tell me about a situation where you had a supervisor with a management style you did not like, and how you dealt with it." You learn a lot about their problem solving & people skills, and you also see whether they give in to the temptation to really badmouth a former supervisor. I lead in with the same question about positive traits but the negative one is where I really learn something about them.
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