Describe a difficult problem you solved

Since solving problems is part of almost all jobs, preparing an answer to the question, “Describe a difficult problem you solved” is well-invested time. In this episode, I will share a simple, five-step approach to help you formulate a convincing answer that demonstrates that you have excellent problem-solving skills and can use these skills to deliver valuable results.

Tell me about a time you missed a deadline

Interviewers usually don’t ask this question to find a weak spot they can hold against you. Instead, they want to find out more about your organizational skills, and most importantly, determine whether you take responsibility for your mistakes and learn from them. In this episode, I show you a simple, five-step approach to help you formulate a convincing answer that stick out and puts you in the best possible light.

Tell me about your background.

Being asked about your background is an excellent opportunity to tell a story that leads to you being the natural choice for the new job. In this episode, I show you how you can compellingly summarize your background and set yourself apart from other candidates with a simple 4-step approach.

How would you describe yourself?

How well candidates fit into the company’s culture is as important for the hiring manager as their skills and experiences. In this episode, I show you a simple 5-step approach to help you craft an answer to the common interview question “How would you describe yourself?” that shows that you are the right candidate for the job.