By Ron Fry
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Extra info for 101 Great Answers to the Toughest Interview Questions,Sixth Revised Edition
I enjoy building a team, developing its goals, and then working to accomplish them. ” In other words, you want “more”—more responsibility, more people reporting to you, more turf, even more money. ” Hasn’t everyone tired of that trite response by now? If you refuse to offer more than a general answer (that is, no real specific goals, no matter how hard the interviewer probes for more). Your inability or unwillingness to cite specific, positive goals may give the impression, warranted or not, that you have not taken the time to really think about your future, which makes it impossible for the interviewer to assess whether there’s a good fit between his goals and yours.
So meet his or her eyes while you’re shaking hands, then frequently throughout the interview. But don’t stare—unrelenting eye contact is as bad as none at all. Remain Positive. As we’ll see when we discuss questions about your previous jobs, you must learn to put a positive spin on everything, but especially loaded issues, such as your reason for leaving a job, troubled relations with your superiors, or the lack of required qualifications. Don’t Let an Unskilled Interviewer Trip You Up. Make sure the preparation you’ve spent so much time on comes shining through, especially when a manager throws you a curve.
But what could be better than answering questions from the comfort of your home, right? Wrong! For starters, you’ve lost at least two valuable tools you have to work with during in-office interviews: eye contact and body language. You’re left with your skills, your resume, and your ability to communicate verbally. Chapter 2 ■ It’s Still a Jungle Out There 21 Don’t be discouraged. Always project a positive image through your voice and your answers. Don’t overdo it, but don’t let the telephone be your undoing either.