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All the latest questions in the interview

All the latest questions in the interview

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A job elite likes a headhunter to help him find a good job and do not like the headhunter to ask West, because the professionalism of the headhunter is even thinner than the HR...
A job elite likes a headhunter to help him find a good job and do not like the headhunter to ask West, because the professionalism of the headhunter is even thinner than the HR, which makes the candidates "love and hate" the headhunters. In spite of this, candidates can still love more than headhunters, because they know that this is a work attitude of headhunters.
In fact, the problem of headhunting is no more than a few, so long as the candidate knows the answer, there is no problem.
1. question: what part of your current job do you like best? What parts do you hate the most?
The purpose of the question: how many skills and experiences in your current position will be applied to new positions and what experience, challenges, and skills you want to get from the new position.
Caution: avoid talking about things you don't like and criticize current or past employers.
2. question: what is your biggest challenge at work? How do you deal with it?
The purpose of asking questions: how do you grasp the opportunity in your current position?
Special note: you should explain why your job is important for company profitability, cost saving or time.
3. question: what kind of contribution do you most want to make for a new position?
Special reminder: compare the expertise, experience and interest of the talent company and your own. Pick out some of the items that have evidence to answer.
The 4. question: why do you want to change your job now?
Special reminder: you have to explain why you want to join the new company, not why you want to leave the company.
5. question: what do you think you are going to do to make my client happy to accept you as a senior executive?
Special reminder: detailed study of the job description of the talent seeking company and careful preparation of the interview script.
6. question: what are your responsibilities, achievements and career planning?
Purpose: your assessment of your current development.
Special reminder: explain your career goals, analyze the way you accomplish the above goals, discuss your current progress, and your current plan.
7. question: what is your most outstanding achievement?
Special reminder: try to give examples as far as possible. At least 3 responsible activities and plans are cited.
8. question: what is your next career objective?
Special reminder: you need to demonstrate that you want to continue to enhance your professional skills, expand your personal capabilities and accept more challenges.
9. question: describe the problems or crises you have encountered, and show how you handled them.
The purpose of asking questions: how do you exclude ways of dealing with difficulties and challenges?
Special reminder: two or three questions or crises should be selected beforehand, or at least one example of failure.
10. question; describe the most difficult decisions you've ever made in your work, and what have you learned from it?
The purpose of asking questions: how do you define "difficulties", how to deal with these situations, and whether you learn from them.
Special reminder: prepare one or two events beforehand, and it is really very difficult and difficult.
11. question: describe an important project that you have participated in, the idea of a method or plan that has been proposed and has significant impact on the company. Take an event as an example to illustrate how you manage leadership and demonstrate leadership skills.
Question Purpose: Have you really done what you claim to have done on your resume? Also let the customer know your strategy, management style, and how you can mobilize resources to get the job done.
Special reminder: prepare two examples. Each example should be able to point out some of the characteristics highlighted in the job description.
12. Question: What kind of follow-up effect will you have on your previous company? How do others remember you?
The purpose of the question: your contribution to the current company.
Special reminder: provide examples to explain the problem.
13. Question: If I consult your boss, what do you think he or she will tell me about you?
Questioning purposes: Find out if you can see your strengths and weaknesses correctly, and what you think about getting along with authority figures.
Special reminder: Use examples or events to analyze your strengths and weaknesses.
14. Question: List one of the best ideas you've ever suggested to a CEO or board of directors, and how do you convince them it's a worthwhile idea?
Special reminding: you need to explain how you identify problems or opportunities, how you conceive a solution, how to suggest and support the management, and what results and effects you have.
15. Question: Tell me about an example where you failed at work or failed to achieve your desired goals.
Special reminder: do not "fail too much". Pick an example of a bad start but a good end.
The last thing to say is that the general job elite, who can be valued by the head of the hunt, does not have to be afraid here, even if the job is not appropriate and can find the next home. But even the elite is necessary to prepare for an interview.