Chapter 7. How Are You to Work With?
In This Chapter
How do you manage people?
How do you handle specific situations at work?
Have you ever increased sales or otherwise helped your employer’s success?
Employers don’t just care if you can do the job—lots of people can. What they want to know is if you want to do the job (your motivation) and if you’ll fit in with the rest of the people you need to deal with (your people skills) on the job. Your people skills are what this chapter is about. Sure, interviewers have a general idea what you’re about from the questions in Chapter 3, but they crave more.
For this reason, behavioral interviewing is very common, which means the interviewer will ask lots of nosy questions about your past behavior, believing ...