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The question hangs in the air, a mug is set down on a desk, a clock ticks. But not if you’ve rehearsed your answers to these questions:
The interviewer doesn’t want to know if you’re a cat person. Talk briefly about your achievements to date.
A little research and you’ll be able to talk compellingly about the business and how you can impact on it.
Even if you’re not in a management role, you must cite an example where you took the reins. See ‘competency based questions’ for more info.
Talk about strengths that satisfy the selection criteria and allude to weaknesses irrelevant to the role.
Research the company structure to pitch your aspirations more realistically than ‘I want to be on the board by then.’
Use the selection criteria to identify which of your achievements called for skills the interviewer is interested in.
Describe the skills and experience you’ve gained that qualify you to fulfill the duties listed on the job description.
You need to provide examples to back up your emphatic ‘yes’.
Check out Michael Page’s salary surveys to find out what you’re worth in the current market.
Use this opportunity to build rapport, referring back to a key point in the interview and developing it.
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