Ask Questions at the Beginning of the Job Interview

July 14th, 2010 by lewis

Paul Anderson writes how job seekers should ask clarifying questions at the beginning of the interview. He notes that candidates who do so can tailor interview responses to the interviewer’s needs. Anderson goes on to say that the best candidates use stories that match company’s situation and develop rapport throughout the interview.

It’s an excellent strategy to develop stories to match one’s interview responses to the company’s needs. If at all possible, rather than wait for interview day to understand the company’s needs, get the information in advance. You’ll have more time to prepare before the interview.

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One Response to “Ask Questions at the Beginning of the Job Interview”

  1. September 10, 2010 at 1:09 am, Paul Anderson said:

    Thanks for the mention. Would love to have you speak at one of our monthly career mixer when your schedule allows.

    Keep up the great work, you're doing amazing to give this great content to the community.