QuickTip What if you could ask a question when you are being interviewed that would give you the edge? 1 2014 Life coaching https://www.lifecoachhub.com/img/uploads/quick_tips/thumbs/716_1414477340.jpg Career coaching life coaching Lifecoachhub Pty Ltd LifeCoachHub
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A Killer Interview Question

 
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I have been working with several people recently who are getting ready for an interview for a fantastic role. What can you do to make sure you stand out?

There is one question that can really give you the edge: at the very end of the interview, just before you get up to leave, ask "Do you have any reservations about my experience?". This is quite a brave question to ask. It shows you are interested in the role, want to work for the company, that you are prepared to take constructive feedback, and crucially gives you an opportunity to respond.

In that moment, you will have a much better idea if you are going to be successful, whether you can overcome the challenge or not. Take a deep breath and leap - it may just take that final conversation in a different direction, and that may be ito your advantage!


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  • Kerry G
    November 15, 2014

    ooooo I love this! Thanks!!

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