Original Article at The Wall Street Journal
As the economy picks up, companies are starting to hire more. But managers often only get funds for a few key hires, so they have to select new employees wisely. That makes conducting a smart interview critical.
1. In what ways will this role help you stretch your professional capabilities?
2. What have been your greatest areas of improvement in your career?
3. What’s the toughest feedback you’ve ever received and how did you learn from it?
4. What are people likely to misunderstand about you?
5. If you were giving your new staff a “user’s manual” to you, to accelerate their “getting to know you” process, what would you include in it?
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