Tips to Succeed: Prepare for your next interview with questions

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From Litwin’s The ABCs of Strategic Communication Tip No. 129. Be sure to visit larry litwin dot com for more on The ABCs and Litwin’s newest The Public relations Practitioner’s Playbook for (all) Strategic Communicators.

Before going to a job interview, it is important to practice describing yourself. As a starting point,respond out loud to the following questions:

• Tell me about a time you worked as part of a team?

• Why should I select you over other applicants?

• What are your greatest strengths and weaknesses?

• Tell me more about the project you described on your resume.

• Describe a work or school-related problem and how you solved it.

• What are your short-term goals?

• Why do you want to work in this occupation and for this company? U.S.Department of Labor

For more, check out Litwin’s The ABCs.

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