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The Best Interview Questions We've Ever Published

The Best Interview Questions We've Ever Published

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The Best Interview Questions We've Ever Published

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Grit- ask on how determined a person in pursuing his dreams.

Rigor- ask if there was a time he considered a data to make a decision.

Impact- ask for what he have contributed to any organization and his inspiration.

Teamwork- ask of his experiences on working with other people.

Ownership- ask for a time when he experienced "injustice".

Curiosity- Ask them something they have learned recently.

Polish- observe on how they keep confidently calm and humble.

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Probe: give me an example…

Dig: who, what, where, when, why and how on every accomplishment or project

Differentiate: we vs. I, good vs. great, exposure vs. expertise, participant vs. owner/leader, 20 yard line vs. 80 yard line

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SituationWhat's the background of what you were working on?

TaskWhat tasks were you given?

ActionWhat actions did you take?

Results- What results did you measure?

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Anne Dwane - Village Global

“The most powerful way to construct a job description is to clearly communicate that unyielding, consistent learning is a core part of the job.”

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Start with this question: What motivates you and what do you want to do next?

Then ask:

  • What have you started?
  • How would you describe yourself in your own words?
  • How would a colleague describe you in three adjectives?
  • What current trends are you seeing in your profession?
  • What new things have you tried recently?

The last two questions will indicate that he is determined to learn something new.

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Culture Fit

is about  finding people who share the high-performance work ethic and belief in the company’s mission. If they don't, then they aren't fit.

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  • Let them shine first. Let the candidate share a project they are proud of to have a sense of what excites them.
  • Then make them uncomfortable. Ask them about experiences or times when they were somehow out of control. 
  • Calibrate your results on how the interview went objectively, not subjectively.
  • Watch out for signs of coaching if a person start quoting things from articles or something from your company.

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  • Intellectual ability
  • Communication
  • Leadership
  • Effectiveness within the company culture
  • Knows what users want
  • Strategic/Analytical Thinking
  • Technical background
  • Entrepreneurial spirit

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