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my reasons in private, in a one on one situation, not in front of other team members.
How would you react if a project you had been working on suddenly changed or the deadline had been changed?
My first response would be to speak with the supervisors to get an understanding why the project had been changed and
ensure that I had all the facts and answers before approaching the rest of the team. As soon as I had the answers I would
notify the team to let them know things had changed. Once everyone was aware of the changes I would want to sit down
with the team to develop a new strategy to move forward with the project. Asking the interviewer Questions
As a job candidate what is the best question to ask in an interview? At some point in the interview (typically at the end)
the hiring manager will turn to you and ask “Do you have any questions which you would like to ask me?”
There are two main benefits in asking the right questions. Firstly don’t forget the number one rule from chapter one. The
interview is a two way process and you need to ensure that this organization is the right fit for you. If you are uncertain
about certain aspects of the role or need greater clarification, than this is the time to ask those questions. Don’t be shy
or intimidated. Secondly by asking clever questions will not just help you in deciding if this job is right for you but will
impress the interviewer and leave a positive image as someone who comprehensive and professional.
What you need to do:
1) Prioritize your questions based on the interview situation – Is this the first interview or the second
2) The best questions you can ask are open ended questions
3) Have 3-5 questions prepared (The more the better)
4) Only ask questions that you are interested in knowing the answer!
5) Only ask questions that are relevant to the job, department, management and organization
Sample 15 questions to ask:
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2013 for the course BA 202 taught by Professor Cuongvu during the Fall '13 term at Copenhagen Business School.
- Fall '13