Brian Fink

When interviewing, give concrete answers.

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Yesterday, I gave made a really long post about interview prep. Rereading it, I should have focused on one core element: giving concrete answers to questions you are asked in the interview.

Give examples from your experience that demonstrate your knowledge and skills. Show confidence…

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To all the candidates and job seekers heading into an interview this week, good luck!

Want to share another question that you might want to ask your interviewer, hiring manager, or hiring committee.

“Was the last person in this role successful? Why or why not?”

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Think big picture here.

Knowing…

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Just finished an impromptu interview prep and wanted to pass this tip along.

Ask the hiring manager or interview panel: what is the biggest challenge you are trying to solve?

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Whether you are interviewing to be the teacher that helps turn around a failing school, a scrum master who challenges…

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It’s smart to come to an interview with a list of prepared questions.

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Usually, the hiring manager provides time to ask questions towards the end of the interview. Presenting a list shows that you took the time to research and prepare for the interview, demonstrating that you’re a strong candidate.

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Brian Fink

Brian Fink

Executive Recruiter. ✈ #ATL ↔ #SF ✈ Building companies is my favorite. Opinions are my own. Responsibility is freedom. 🖖