Interview Prep Qs – Tell Me About Yourself, how to answer effectively & share the right stuff

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Today’s show gives you an in depth look into how to answer the infamous interview question, “Tell me a little about yourself.” Interview questions that are broad and super open-ended leave a LOT of room for a response, so you better tackle questions like these with a plan

This question is asked in interviews often because….
– It’s easy
– When a question is broad like this one, the candidate has a lot of control because they can answer how they see fit. They decide which direction will be taken, and can steer it to highlight whatever aspects about themselves they want!
– It gives the interviewer the opportunity to learn what’s important for the candidate(based on how they answer the question, and what they choose to share)
and how answering how they see fit. This gives the candidate the ability to steer

– How to clarify what the interviewer is asking you, to make sure you’re sharing the type of information they’re looking for
– What to include in your response to this question
– Strategies for expressing the human behind your resume and not just the skills listed on your resume and how you can blend the two into one solid response
– Two successful response examples you can use as a guide to create your own rockstar response

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