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Good Things Shared by

Uday V. Antani Chinmay U.
Antani Goodthings.antani_at_gmail.com
This information sent in public interest, Well
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matter.
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Welcome to a Presentation on
FACING INTERVIEW

DR. VK JACOB
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OBJECTIVE S OF THIS PROGRAM
HOW TO BE A WINNER
INDIRECT QUESTIONS
IMPORATNT PARTS OF AN INTERVIEW
COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS
TO FAMILIARISE THE PARTICIPANTS WITH THE
VARIOUS TCHNIQUES USED IN AN INTERVIEW
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DEFINITION
  • AN INTERVIEW IS A TOOL EMPLOYED BY THE
    INTERVIEWER TO ASSESS SKILLS, TALENTS
    AWARENESS LEVELS, INQUISITIVENESS AND MORE
  • AS AN INTERVIEWEE , PRESENT YOURSELF WELL AND
    ANSWER THE QUESTIONS CONFIDENTLY TO BE
    SUCCESSFUL.

5

APPEARANCES ACTION COUNT
  • ARRIVE ON TIME - CONVEYS, YOU KNOW THE VALUE
    OF TIME
  • GREET HIM AND THANK HIM BEFORE YOU TAKE
    YOUR SEAT
  • AVOID THE TIRED LOOK ( TIRED LOOK CONVEYS LACK
    OF INTEREST)

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APPEARANCES ACTION COUNT
  • ALWAYS KEEP EYE CONTACT WITH THE INTERVIEWER
    - CONFIDENCE
  • DO NOT MOVE TOO MUCH IN THE CHAIR - EXPRESS
    RESTLESSNESS
  • KEEP ENOUGH COPIES OF BIO-DATA AND ALSO PEN
    PAPER- SHOWS YOU ARE ORGANISED
  • ANSWER IN MODERATE TONE - DONT SOUND TOO
    EXCITED

7
APPEARANCES ACTION COUNT
  • LISTEN ANSWER - DO NOT INTERRUPT THE
    INTERVIEWER TO ANSWER QUESTIONS BEFORE HE
    FINISHES WITH IT. HE MIGHT CONCLUDE THAT YOU
    ARE A PERSON IN HASTE.

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APPEARANCES ACTION COUNT
  • DONOT USE BODY LANGUAGE AS THEY SPEAK LOUDER
    THAN WORDS
  • YOU APPEARANCE , SITTING POSTURE AND THE STYLE
    OF TALKING ALSO COUNTS
  • LOOK ENTHUSIASTIC AND INTERESTED

9
HOW TO ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS
  • SIMPLE APPEARNCE AND CONFIDENCE ALONE
    DOESNOT CREATE AN IMPRESSION
  • SHARP ANSWERS TO THE QUESTIONS
  • ANTICIPATE QUESTIONS AND BE READY WITH THE
    ANSWERS FOR THEM

10
FEW MOST COMMON QUESTIONS
  • TELL US ABOUT YOURSELF
  • DONOT GIVE FULL LENGTH OF AUTOBIOGRAPHY
  • SHORT AND CONCISE ANSWER
  • HIGHLIGTS THE BEST IN YOU
  • SUMMARISE YOUR BACKGROUND , SKILLS AND
    EXPERIENCE
  • BE HONEST

11
FEW MOST COMMON QUESTIONS
  • TELL US ABOUT YOURSELF OR DESCRIBE YOURSELF
    IN THREE ADJECTIVES
  • THE NORMAL ANSWER IS
  • I AM HARDWORKING
  • IT HAS ALREADY EXHAUSTED 3 WORDS, FIRST IS
    PRONOUN, SECOND IS A VERB, AND THE THIRD IS AN
    ADJECTIVE

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FEW MOST COMMON QUESTIONS
  • TELL US ABOUT YOURSELF OR DESCRIBE YOURSELF
    IN THREE ADJECTIVES
  • THE DESIRABLE ANSWER COULD BE

HARDWORKING, CONSISTENT, DYNAMIC
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FEW MOST COMMON QUESTIONS
  • WHAT ARE YOUR STRENGTHS WEAKNESS
  • COMFORTABLE IN HIGHLIGHTING THE STRENGTH
  • WEAKNESS - BE CAREFUL AND TRUTHFUL. JUST MENTION
    SOME NEGATIVE TRAIT OF YOURS WHICH WILL NO WAY
    AFFECT TO YOUR EFFICIENCY AT WORK.

14
FEW MOST COMMON QUESTIONS
  • WHAT ARE YOUR STRENGTHS WEAKNESS
  • STRENGTHS PUNCTUALITY, DEDICATION, ABILITY TO
    ACHIEVE IN SHORT SPAN, FAR SIGHTEDNESS AND
    ASSERTIVENESS
  • WEAKNESS MY GREATEST WEAKNESS IS MY
    INABILITY TO ADHERE TO ILLOGICAL RULES. I
    ALWAYS STRIVE TO GET THEM REFRAMED

15
FEW MOST COMMON QUESTIONS
  • WHAT MADE YOU INTERESTED IN THIS JOB
  • WITH THIS QUESTIONS INTERVIWER WILL KNOW
  • WHAT MAKES THIS JOB ATTRATIVE
  • WHETHER YOU RESEARCHED THE JOB WELL BEFORE
    INTERVIEW

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FEW MOSTCOMMON QUESTIONS
  • WHY SHOULD WE SELECT YOU OVER OTHERS, THIS
    IS AN ATTEMPT TO ASSES YOUR GOAL ORIENTATION
    AND CONFIDENCE
  • EXPLAIN HOW YOUR SKILLS WILL BE IMPORTANT
  • AWARENESS OF SUCH SKILL WILL HELP YOU TO DO A
    GOOD JOB
  • ANY PREVIOUS INSTANCES - MET TOUGH TARGETS WITH
    YOUR SKILLS

17
FEW MOSTCOMMON QUESTIONS
  • WHY YOU WANT TO LEAVE THE PRESENT JOB
  • CANDIDATES START TALKING BAD ABOUT THE
    PRESENT JOB (X)
  • JUST SAY YOU ARE IN THE PURSUIT OF A JOB WITH
    MORE RESPONSIBILITIES AND GROWTH PROSPECTS OR
    SOMETHING IN SIMILAR LINES

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FEW MOSTCOMMON QUESTIONS


SKILLS , STRENGTH, ACHIEVEMENTS SKILLS ORGANISE
A PICINIC STRENGTH EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION ACHI
EVEMENTS AWARDS WON, PAPERS PUBLISHED
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FEW MOSTCOMMON QUESTIONS
  • WHAT DO YOU SEEE YOURSELF IN NEXT FIVE YEARS

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FEW MOSTCOMMON QUESTIONS
  • GIVEN A CHANCE TO ASK, DO NOT HESITATE
  • ASK RELEVANT QUESTIONS AND CREATE THE
    IMPRESSION IN THE INTERVIEWERS MIND THAT YOU
    ARE CONFIDENT

21
SOME Do's Don'ts
  • EACH ONE OF US HAS AT SOME POINT OR THE
    OTHER FACED AN INTERVIEW
  • BRAVE FEW AMONG US MANAGE TO RETAIN OUR
    COMPOSURE AND FEEL RELAXED
  • FOR A SIZEBLE NUMBER INTERVIEW IS AN ORDEAL
  • SUCH NERVOUS NELLIIES CONSIDER INTERVIEW AS
    CHOPPING OF THEIR HEAD

22
SOME Do's Don'ts
  • SOME SYMPTOMS
  • HEAVY BREATHING
  • STREAMS OF SWEAT TRICKLING DOWN
  • COMPULSIVE DESIRE TO DRIK WATER
  • IT IS OUT OF SHEER NERVOUSNESS ENTERPRISING
    BRILLIANT INDIVIDUALS END UP LOSING THE RACE

23
SOME Do's Don'ts
  • FRIGHT AND ANXIETY CAN LOWER YOUR CHANCE OF
    SUCCESS
  • THERE IS NO MAGIC PILLS TO CREATE CONFIDENCE
  • BUT OBSERVING A FEW Do's Don'ts AND
    MASTERING A FEW TECHNIQUES WILL BETTER EQUIP
    YOU TO DEAL WITH THE SITUATION

24
Do's
  • ARRIVE BEFORE TIME
  • DRESS SUITABLY- AVOID SHABBY OUTFITS, BE
    CLEAN,TIDY AND SOBER
  • TAP GENTLY AND GREET - BARGING WILL INDICATE
    LACK OF ETIQUETTE
  • WAIT TO BE SEATED - GRABBING A CHAIR IS A BAD
    MANNER

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Do's
  • BE ENTHUSIASTIC AND CONFIDENT
  • YOU MAY FEEL THAT ITS A FUTILE
    EXERCISE BUT EMPLOYERS RATHER SELECT AN
    ENTHUSIASTIC CANDIDATE
  • PRESENT IDEAS SYSTEMATICALLY
  • INTERVIEWS ARE NOT ELOCUTION CONTESTS. EACH
    IDEA SHOULD CONNECT TO THE NEXT

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Don'ts
  • DO NOT ARGUE - IF YOU WISH TO DISAGREE DO IT
    IN POLITE MANNER
  • DO NOT BLUFF - BE HONEST AND ADMIT THAT YOU DO
    NOT KNOW THE ANSWER
  • DONOT SERMONIZE - TAILOR YOUR ANSWER TO WHAT
    THE INTERVIEWER NEEDS TO KNOW

27
MOST CRITICAL PART OF THE INTERVIEW
  • 1. QUESTION SESSION X
  • 2. COMPANY TOUR X

IT IS TIME SPENT FOR PREPARING FOR IT
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FOUR SESSIONS OF INTERVIEW
  • 1. THE GREETING
  • 2. THE WARM UP
  • 3. THE QA
  • 4. THE CLOSING

29

GREETING
  • THIS 10 SECONDS EVENT SETS THE STAGE
  • 1. GREETINGS
  • 2. HAND SHAKE
  • 3. SMILE
  • 4. EYE CONTACT

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WARM UP
  • A GOOD WARM UP IS NON PERSONAL
  • BUT OPTIMISTIC COMMENT
  • THIS IS A NICE BUILDING
  • THE WEATHER HAS BEEN GREAT
  • THAT IS A NICE DRESS - TOO PERSONAL
  • THE TRAFFIC IS MISERABLE - POOR CHOICE

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WHY WARM UP
  • INTERVIEWER MAY ALSO BE JUST AS
    COMFORTABLE AS YOU ARE
  • A POLITE AND POSITIVE START PUT EVERY ONE
    AT EASE

32
QA
  • THIS IS THE HEART OF THE SESSION
  • BEFORE ANSWERING THE QUESTION ASK YOURSELF
    WHAT IS THE REAL QUESTION
  • E.g.. WHY YOU LEFT THE LAST JOB
  • THE REAL QUESTION IS , WILL THIS PERSON BE
    LOYAL AND RELIABLE

33
QA
  • HENCE A LONG STORY ABOUT OFFICE PLACE NOT
    REQUIRED
  • CONCENTRATE ON PUTTING THE INTERVIEWERS
    MIND AT EASE AND MOVING THE CONVERSATION BACK
    TO YOUR SKILLS AND SELLING POINTS

34
QA
  • ANSWER QUESTIONS FULLY
  • USE THE NO,BUT
  • YES,AND RULE

35
QA
  • E.g.. CAN YOU USE MSWord
  • DONT JUST SAY YES OR NO
  • NO, BUT IVE USED Word Perfect AND I
    UNDERSTAND THERE ARE CLASSES IN WORD AND I WILL
    BE ABLE TO LEARN IT QUICKLY

36
QA
  • E.g.. CAN YOU USE MSWord
  • YES, AND I HAVE BEEN SKILLED WITH IT . IN MY
    CURRENT JOB I CREATED REPORTS AND OTHER
    REQUIREMENTS OF MY SECTION.

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CLOSING
  • MANY CANDIDATES ARE SO RELIEVED AT THE END
    , THEY JUST TELL THANK YOU AND RUN AWAY
  • THIS IS WASTING AN OPPORTUNITY
  • AS A CANDIDATE YOU MUST CREATE AN IMPRESSION
    THAT YOU NEED THIS JOB
  • IDENTIFY ONE OR TWO THINGS THE INTERVIEWER NEED
    TO KNOW TO HIRE YOU, HIGHLIGHT THIS INFORMATOIN

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CLOSING
  • SAMPLE CLOSING
  • I ENJOYED THE INTERVIEW
  • I LIKE THE JOB REQUIREMENTS YOU MENTIONED
    FOR THIS JOB DURING THE INTERVIEW
  • THANK YOU VERY MUCH

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DIFFERENT TYPES OF QUESTIONS
  • INTRODUCTORY QUESTIONS
  • REMINDER QUESTIONS
  • FOLLOW-UP QUESTIONS
  • LEADING QUESTIONS
  • DIRECT QUESTIONS
  • INDIRECT QUESTIONS
  • OPEN-ENDED QUESTIONS
  • HYPOTHETICAL QUESTIONS
  • PROJECTIVE QUESTIONS

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INTRODUCTORY QUESTIONS
  • DID YOU HAVE ANY TROUBLE GETTING HERE
  • WAS YOUR ACCOMMODATION SATISFACTORY

41
REMINDER QUESTION
  • WHAT WERE SOME OF THE BEST THINGS YOU LIKED IN
    YOUR LAST JOB
  • WHAT WOULD YOU SAY, WERE YOUR MAJOR
    ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN YOUR LAST JOB

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FOLLOW UP QUESTIONS
  • DID YOU HAVE ANY OPPORTUNITY TO GET INTO OUTSIDE
    ACTIVITIES - SPORTS OR SOCIAL
  • HAVE YOU HAD ANY SPECIALISED TRAINING AFTER
    LEAVING COLLEGE

43
LEADING QUESTIONS
  • DID YOU GET GOOD GRADES IN COLLEGE
  • DO YOUR FRIENDS FIND YOU EASY TO
  • GET ALONG WITH

44
DIRECT QUESTIONS
  • HOW DID YOU ORGANISE YOUR DAY TODAY
  • DESCRIBE A TYPICAL DAY ON YOUR LAST JOB

45
  • SOME
  • INDIRECT QUESTIONS,
  • OPEN-ENDED QUESTIONS
  • HYPOTHETICAL QUESTIONS
  • PROJECTIVE QUESTIONS

46
DEALING WITH CHANGE
  • PLEASE DESCRIBE A SPECIFIC SITUATION IN
    WHICH YOU WERE PROUD OF YOUR ABILITY TO
    DEAL WITH CHANGE

PLEASE DESCRIBE A SPECIFIC SITUATION IN WHICH
YOUR COPING SKILLS FAILED YOU, DUE TO THE
INTENSITY OF CHANGE

47

TOLERANCE OF AMBIGUITY
  • PLEASE TELL US ABOUT A SITUATION IN WHICH
    YOU COPED EFFECTIVELY WITH UNCLEAR DELAYED
    OR CONFLICTING INFORMATION

PLEASE DESCRIBE AN EXPERIENCE THAT YOU
FOUND FRUSTRATING DUE TO UNCLEAR POLICIES
OR AN EXCESSIVE NUMBER OF DELAYS IN
RECEIVING INFORMATION

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DEDICATION
  • TELL AN EXAMPLE OF A TIME WHEN YOU
    SACRIFICED A PERSONAL ACTIVITY IN ORDER TO
    COMPLETE AN IMPORTANT PROJECT OR HANDLE A
    LAST MINUTE REQUEST AT WORK

TELL US ABOUT A TIME WHEN THE DEMAND TO
TAKE ON ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENTS OR WORK LONG
HOURS WAS EXCESSIVE AND YOU HAD TO ASSERT
YOURSELF , DRAW THE LINE AND SAY NO IN ORDER
TO BALANCE YOUR PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL LIFE


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COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS LEARNING
  • DURING THE PAST 4 YEARS IN WHAT
    DEVELOPMENTAL ACTIVITIES, YOU HAVE INVESTED
    A LOT OF YOUR OWN TIME OR MONEY

PLEASE PROVIDE A SPECIFIC EXAMPLE OF
MANDATORY COURSE AT WORK THAT YOU RESENTED
TAKING

50

ACCOUNTABILITY
  • DESCRIBE A TIME NO ONE AVAILABLE FOR YOU
    TO CONSULT AND YOU WERE PROUD OF YOUR ABILITY
    TO MAKE AN IMPORTANT DECISION WITH LIMITED
    INFORMATION

PLEASE DESCRIBE A SPECIFIC SITUATION IN WHICH
YOU WERE UNFAIRLY BLAMED OR HELD RESPOSIBLE
FOR A WORK PROBLEM OR ERROR. WHAT STEPS DID
YOU TAKE TO RESOLVE THE SITUATION

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SPEED AND ACCURACY
WHEN HAVE YOU ACCURATELY PREPARED OR CHECKED
A DETAILED DOCUMENT WITH A LOT OF TEXT , TABLES
OR NUMBERS ?. WHAT STEPS DID YOU TAKE TO
ENSURE ACCURACY
WHEN HAVE YOU PREPARED AND PROOF READ A
DOCUMENT WITHIN SUCH A TIGHT TIME THAT YOU
MISSED TYPOS OR OTHER ERRORS
52
CREATIVITY
  • PLEASE DESCRIBE A VERY CREATIVE APPROACH
    THAT YOU USED FOR A SPECIAL EVENT OR A
    PRESENTATION

PLEASE DESCRIBE AN EVENT OR PRESENTATION YOU
ATTENDED IN WHICH THE CREATIVE ASPECTS
OVERPOWERED THE MESSAGE TO THE EXTENT THAT
IT WAS LOST
53
MULTI TASKING
  • PLEASE TELL US ABOUT A SITUATION IN WHICH
    YOU SUCCESSFULLY HANDLED A NUMBER OF TASKS
    SIMULTANEOUSLY . WHAT FACTORS CONTRIBUTED TO
    YOUR SUCCESS

SOMETIMES THE NUMBER OF ASSIGNMENTS THAT WE ARE
EXPECTED TO HANDLE CAN BE EXCESSIVE . PLEASE
DESCRIBE A TIME WHEN THIS HAPPENED TO YOU. WHAT
WAS THE NEGATIVE IMPACT ON THE QUALITY OF YOUR
WORK AND YOUR RELATIONSHIP OTHERS
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AREAS OF ASSESSMENT

OPEN COMMUNICATION
INFLUENCING
INTEGRITY
EMBRACING CHANGE
FLEXIBILITY
DEALING WITH STRESS
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
TOLERANCE OF AMBIGUITY
TECHNICAL SKIL
MULTITASKING
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TYPES OF ANSWERS PREFERED
MORE SPECIFIC AND DETAILED, DESCRIBE SPECIFIC
EVENTS AND EXPERIENCES IN DETAILS INCLUDING
DATES, NAMES, LOCATIONS AND TIME FRAMES
THERE IS NO RUSH, JUST RELAX AND TAKE YOUR
TIME AND COME UP WITH SOMETHING SPECIFIC.
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TYPES OF ANSWERS PREFERED
NOBODY IS PERFECT ONE OF THE THINGS ASSESSED
WILL BE THE INSIGHT THAT A PERSON HAVE
INTO HIS/HER STRENGTHS AND DEVELOPMENT NEED
IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU SHARE SOME OF YOUR
MISTAKES AND WHAT DO YOU LEARNED FROM THOSE
EXPERIENCES
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ASSESSMENT - MULTI TASKING
  • EVIDENCE OF VERY WEAK SKILL
  • BECOMES UPSET OR COMPLAINS WHEN THERE IS A
    NEED TO JUGGLE A VARIETY OF TASKS , ACCURACY
    DECLINES ERRORS INCREASE
  • EVIDENCE OF VERY STRONG SKILL SET
  • THRIVES IN A BUSY ENVIRONMENT, HAS NO DIFFICULTY
    MAINTAINING WORKING RELATION SHIP AND QUALITY
    WHEN JUGGLING A NUMBER OF PROJECTS OR TASKS

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ASSESSMENT - TOLERANCE OF AMBIGUITY
  • EVIDENCE OF VERY WEAK SKILL
  • HIGHLY UNCOMFORTABLE IN UNSTRUCTURED
    ENVIRONMENTS, FINDS DELAYS AND UNCLEAR POLICIES
    VERY FRUSTRATING AND UPSETTING, QUALITY OF WORK
    DETERIORATES WITH UNCLEAR GUIDLINES
  • EVIDENCE OF VERY STRONG SKILL SET
  • PRODUCES HIGH QUALITY RESULTS IN AMBIGOUS
    SITUATIONS. DISPLAYS A HIGH DEGREE OF COMFORT IN
    THE FACE OF UNCLEAR GUIDELINES

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ASSESSMENT - FLEXIBILITY
  • EVIDENCE OF VERY WEAK SKILL
  • RIGID IN SOCIAL DEALINGS, ME ORIENTED, HARD
    HEADED, BRITTLE, UNCOMPROMISING, INTOLERANT,
    CRITICAL OF OTHERS ACTION
  • EVIDENCE OF VERY STRONG SKILL SET
  • SOCIALLY FLEXIBLE YOU AND WE ORIENTED ABLE
    TO WILFULLY COMPROMISE, ACCEPT OTHERS TOLERANT
    OF DIFFERENCES

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SAMPLE ANSWER- CREATIVITY
  • PLEASE TELL US A SPECIFIC EXAMPLE OF A TIME
    WHEN YOU DISPLAYED CREATIVITY TO RESOLVE A
    PROBLEM AT WORK

ABILITY TO GENERATE NEW IDEAS AND INNOVATIVE
APPROACHES TO ADDRESS COMPANY,DEPARTMENT OR
INDUSTRY NEEDS
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SAMPLE ANSWER- CREATIVITY
  • WHEN I WORKED AT AA WIRELESS 2 YEARS AGO ,OUR
    DEPT. HAD A VERY POOR IMAGE. I PUT IN A LOT
    EXTRA TIME AND DEVELOPED A CREATIVE MARKETING
    STRATEGY COMPLETE WITH ADS POSTERS AND CONTESTS.
    I HAD TAKEN THE INITIATIVE TO REVIEW THE
    RESULTS OUR OUR EMPLOYEE ATTITUDE SURVEYS.

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SAMPLE ANSWER- CREATIVITY
I PRESENTED THIS IDEA TO MY BOSS . HE READILY
AGREED FOR IMPLEMENTATION. THERE WAS A MARKED
IMPROVEMENT I RECEIVED CEOs AWARD OF
EXCELLENCE FOR IMPACT OF THE INITIATIVES.
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SAMPLE ANSWER- TOLERANCE OF AMBIGUITY
PLEASE TELL US ABOUT A TIME WHEN YOU HAD
DIFFICULTY COPING WITH DELAY IN WORK
ABLE TO WITHHOLD SPEECH OR ACTION AND MAINTAIN
COMPOSURE WHEN DEALING WITH CONFLICTING , DELAYED
OR INCOMPLETE INFORMATION
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SAMPLE ANSWER- TOLERANCE OF AMBIGUITY
ONE MORNING MY BOSS ASKED US TO CLEAR OUR
SCHEDULE AS DY. COMMISSIONER IS COMING TO
MEET US AFTER LUNCH. SHE PROVIDED NO DETAILS
ABOUT THE PURPOSE OF THE MEETING. SHE ALSO
REFUSED TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS AND HER MANNER
WAS ABRUPT. I WAS FRUSTRATED BY HER ATTITUDE
AND WAS EAGER TO KNOW WHAT THE MEETING WAS
ABOUT
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SAMPLE ANSWER- TOLERANCE OF AMBIGUITY
I CHECKED WITH OTHER MANAGER THEY ALSO DONT
KNOW AND EVEN THEY WERE NOT INVITED. MY BOSS WAS
NOT VERY PLEASED WITH ME FOR APPROACHING
ANOTHER MANAGER.
IT TURNED OUT THAT OUR COMMISSIONER WAS ASKED
GO ON LONG LEAVE REGARDING PROBLEM
CONNECTED WITH ONE OF OUR TEAM PROJECTS
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SAMPLE ANSWER- PROBLEM SOLVING
PLEASE DESCRIBE A TIME WHEN YOU WERE
PROUD OF YOUR ABILITY TO HANDLE A CRISIS
AT WORK
THE ABILITY TO RESOLVE BUSINESS RELATED
ISSUES THROUGH AN ANALYSIS OF AVAILABLE
DATA AND A LOGICAL STEP BY STEP APPROACH
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SAMPLE ANSWER- PROBLEM SOLVING
LAST JUNE WHILE I WAS CALLING ON A CUSTOMER
DOWNTOWN , THERE WAS A SEVERE STORM . I LEFT
THEIR BUILDING IN THE MIDDLE OF THE STORM .
THE PARKING SLOT WAS VERY SLIPPERY. JUST BEFORE
I REACHED MY CAR ONE OF THEIR CLIENT CARE
REPRESENTATIVE SLIPPED AND FELL.
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SAMPLE ANSWER- PROBLEM SOLVING
SHE HAD DIFFICULTY IN GETTING UP AND
COMPLAINED THAT HER ANKLE WAS HURTING.
FORTUNATELY I HAD MY CELL PHONE AND I CALLED
FOR HELP RIGHT AWAY.
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SOME ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
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RED SIGNALS
  • NON-PARTICIPATION IN GAMES SPORTS
  • NON-PARTICIPATION IN EXTRA-CURRICULAR, AND GROUP
    ACTIVITIES
  • NO LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE
  • NO INTEREST HOBBIES
  • BREAK IN STUDIES
  • LACK OF MOTIVATION
  • POOR WORK HISTORY
  • FREQUENT JOB CHANGES

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INDIVIDUAL ASSESSMENT
  • PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE
  • EXPERIENCE
  • COMPETENCIES
  • STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES
  • DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL
  • APTITUDE TEMPRAMENT

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COMPETENCIES
  • PLANNING
  • SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT
  • SOCIAL EFFECTIVENESS
  • DYNAMISM
  • SELF INSIGHT
  • BUILDING RELATIONS

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PERSONALITY
  • SOCIAL ADAPTABILITY
  • WILLING COPERATION
  • SENSE OF RESPONSIBILITY
  • SELF-CONFIDENCE
  • DECISIVENESS
  • LIVELINESS
  • INFLUENCING ABILITY

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GIFTED INDIVIDUAL
  • GOOD ACADEMIC RECORD
  • HOBBIES AND INTERESTS
  • ACHIEVEMENT(S) IN SPORTS
  • LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE
  • SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT(S) IN OWN FIELD
  • MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES
  • REALISTIC PROFESSIONAL/PERSONAL GOALS
  • GOOD WORK-HISTORY
  • SOUND HEALTH

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ATTRIBUTES DIFFICULT TO COMPENSATE
  • LACK OF AMBITION / DRIVE CANNOT BE OFFSET BY
    HIGH LEVEL OF INTELLIGENCE OR PERSONALITY
  • PERSONAL ADJUSTMENT CANNOT BE OFFSET BY JOB
    KNOWLEDGE SKILL

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ATTRIBUTES THAT CAN BE COMPENSATED
  • LACK OF FORMAL EDUCATION CAN BE OFFSET BY AN
    UNUSUALLY VARIED BROAD EXPERIENCE

DEFFICICENCY IN INTELLECTUAL DEPTH CAN BE
COMPENSATED BY AN ABUNDANCE OF PERSISTENCE,
DEDICATION ENERGY
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