Ella Naamah. templates. August 11th , 2017.
The rules! Today someone sent me the following piece of wisdom. It came at exactly the right moment. I printed it out and placed it in a frame over my computer:
This question might seem absurd, but then it is primarily asked to know the pessimism in a candidate, so be careful while answering it. Do not say that you would like to change many things. Be subtle and say that, you are happy with the way your career has shaped up, except for a few minor changes if you have to mention it.
There are several reasons for which this question has been asked. It is firstly a great ice breaker, and secondly, it is often asked to test your communication skills and style of communications. Many people start off on the wrong gear by opening their mouths and making the sound 'aha...'. Some people might just say something vague like, 'I don't know where to start'. Some people also start off with something like 'my name is..'. Well, these are all not very nice starts. Have a crisp and impressive start, by telling the HR something more about your positive aspects such as 'hard worker, friendly, warm, sincere, long stamina, etc'. Anything that does not go on your interview can be included.
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