Here are your best interview answers
As the person responsible for hiring leadership consultants, I interview dozens of women each year. Those that stand out the most are able to give me specific examples of their work skills and accomplishments. I always make a point to ask behavior-based questions so that I can give an applicant an opportunity to shine.
USA Today recently posted a blog with 30 behavior-based questions that job candidates should expect to answer.
My favorite was number 14:
“Give me an example of a time when you had to think on your feet in order to delicately extricate yourself from a difficult or awkward situation.”