Really, how much more of an invitation do you need to tell your Professional Story?
In an interview, you will often get this kind of question. The interviewer is trying to find out more detail about how you cope with certain situations and often times, will be able to question you further on details that you provide.
Having your Professional Story in your back pocket helps when you are asked this question.
Tell me about a time when:
You had to complete a project in a predetermined amount of time.
You didn't agree with your previous supervisor.
You were asked to complete a task outside of your responsibility.
Be prepared for these questions. You have time on your side. Compile a list of your previous supervisors, co- workers, challenges. Add detail to your Professional Story. Just be sure to get your facts straight!
Help is always available. Contact me if you have questions. Remember the only stupid question is the one NOT asked!
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