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As mentioned in the previous post, over the next few weeks, I will share some "curve ball" questions that you may want to consider and prep for prior to your next interview.
I will add my commentary...but certainly, if you have some thoughts as to how you would answer these questions then please add them to the comments section of the post.
Here is #17:
If work ethic is important to me, give me examples that would convince me that your work ethic is significant.
Before you dive right into an example, I would recommend that you take a short moment to emphasize that your work ethic is a thread that runs through your entire career and is responsible for most of your success. That your work ethic is NOT a one off that is only present with certain projects or initiatives.
When you do answer with a specific example, you want to be ready to pull from your bank of success stories and carefully lay out the situation, the actions that you took, and the results. Based on this question - you really want to detail the amount of vision and forethought you had...as well as the time it took to pull this through. Based on when this type of question is asked during your interview, this example should be something that is above and beyond some of the other examples that you have provided. (That said, lead every interview with you best examples first...assuming they answer the question at hand. If you save certain examples...you may never get a chance to talk about them)
Please post a comment with your own thoughts on how you would answer.
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