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Interview Preparation 

Questions to find your strength:

  1. What was your biggest success at your last role?

  2. Can you give me an example of when you exceeded expectations?

  3. Why should we hire you?

  4. Tell me a scenario where you made a difference in project work?

  5. What are your proud movements in career so far?

  6. What tools/technology are you comfortable working with?

  7. How you plan your day?

  8. How you prepare for success?

  9. What tools/technology makes you successful?

  10. What’s your leadership style?


Questions to find your motivation:

  1. Where do you see yourself in five years? Or next five years plans or goals for the next five years?

  2. How you manage a positive attitude?

  3. How you motivate your team members?

  4. How you develop/groom your team members?

  5. How you make decisions?


Questions to find how you work:

  1. Do you work better on a team or as an individual?

  2. Do you manage or lead?

  3. How you manage and lead the team at the same time?

  4. How you provide vision to the team?

  5. If I asked your friends or colleagues to describe you, what would they say?


Questions to find how you lead change:

  1. If you could change one thing about how things were done at your last role, what would that be?

  2. How you lead change effectively?

  3. Provide examples – where you led a successful change in the organization

  4. What are the main reason – leading change fails?


Questions to find your weakness:

  1. Have you ever made a mistake at work?

  2. What was your biggest struggle at your last role?

  3. Tell me about a situation where you did not get along with a superior?

  4. Have you ever had a conflict with a boss or a team member? How was it resolved?

  5. How do you deal with difficult personalities?

  6. How do you handle two team members who cannot work well together?


Questions to find the reason of leaving:

  1. Why do you want to leave your current job?


Questions to ask in the interview:

  1. What tools/technology are use using in the current project?

  2. What are your major challenges?

  3. What are the opportunities for advancement?

  4. How big is the team or group?

  5. Who or what team/group would I interact with the most in this role?

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