What kind of a position are you looking for?
Remember, you want to be honest, but diplomatic.
- Start With Your Skills. The question is about you, but you need to think about it from the hiring manager’s perspective.
- Explain Your Motivation.
- Connect With Your Long-Term Goals.
- Wrap Up With Something About the Company.
Is conflict necessary in life?
Conflict is entirely necessary for intellectual, emotional, and even moral growth. Good thing, because even if we’d do anything to avoid it, conflict will always exist. Conflict between children is like the air they breathe: research shows that playing kids experience about one conflict every three minutes.
What will you do differently in your work?
9 Things You Can Do Differently at Work in 2019
- Positive Attitude.
- Take Credit for your Accomplishments.
- Goal Setting.
- Help Others.
- Push Yourself and Your Team.
- Step out of your Comfort Zone.
Do we need conflict?
Conflict can be very healthy. It increases awareness of problems that exist and provides a reason for finding a better way forward. When conflict is valued it encourages an environment where change is seen as positive – a way of making things better.
What are three signs that a conflict is starting?
Early Warning Signs of Conflict
- Body language.
- Behavioural changes.
- Cliques developing.
- Strange comments made. Comments that puzzle you until you finally catch on and then it all makes sense.
- The words people choose.
- People taking sides or ganging up in the office, factory floor or in meetings.
- Sickness levels start to creep up.
Why are interested in this position?
Example: “I’m interested in this job because I can see that, in this role, my skills could help solve this problem within your company. I also see an opportunity for me to learn and grow these skills, so we both would benefit personally, professionally, and financially.