Why and what way should we hire you?
Prospective employers seem to like answers such as these:
I feel like I am a very good match for the qualifications you have described (or advertised).
I am excited about this opportunity and am really interested in doing (or learning to do) this work.
I am eager to show you what I can do.
I really want this job, and I will work very, very hard.
Notice, that last one is not the same as saying "I really want
*a* job." Employers want you to be interested in the work they are
offering and not just in finding any job.
Your key strategy is to first uncover your interviewer's greatest wants and needs before you answer questions. You might say: "I have a number of accomplishments I'd like to tell you about, but I want to make the best use of our time together and talk directly to your needs. To help me do, that, could you tell me more about the most important priorities of this position? All I know is what I (heard from the recruiter, read in the classified ad, etc.)"
Then, ALWAYS follow-up with a second and possibly, third question, to draw out his needs even more. Surprisingly, it's usually this second or third question that unearths what the interviewer is most looking for.
You might ask simply, "And in addition to that?..." or, "Is there anything else you see as essential to success in this position?
Prior to any interview, you should have a list mentally prepared of your greatest strengths. You should also have, a specific example or two, which illustrates each strength, an example chosen from your most recent and most impressive achievements. You should have this list of your greatest strengths and corresponding examples from your achievements very well committed to memory.
Then, once you uncover your interviewer's greatest wants and needs, you can choose those achievements from your list that best match up. As a general guideline, the 10 most desirable traits that all employers love to see in their employees are:
1. A proven track record as an achiever...especially if your
achievements match up with the employer's greatest wants and
2. Intelligence...management "savvy".
3. Honesty...integrity...a decent human being.
4. Good fit with corporate culture...someone to feel comfortable with...a team player who meshes well with interviewer's team.
5. Likeability...positive attitude...sense of humor.
6. Good communication skills.
7. Dedication...willingness to walk the extra mile to achieve excellence.
8. Definiteness of purpose...clear goals.
9. Enthusiasm...high level of motivation.
10. Confident...healthy...a leader.
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How do you answer 'How do you think you will be able to contribute significantly to the success of the company' in a job interview?
You should have some skills that will benefit the company and you should be aware of what they are. If you can lay brick straignt and you're trying to get a job with a bricking company, you should tell them what you can do. If you can't benefit the company and in some way help them make money, why should they hire you?
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