Over 30 percent of all organizations are using a form of interviewing called behavioral interviewing when looking at potential candidates for employment. This style of interviewing puts large emphasis on past performance. Advice to help master this type of interview ranges from practicing answers to the questions located in this article to making sure your examples and answers are very specific and detailed. Use positive examples from your past to illustrate how you have overcome difficulty. How to deal with these questions is something we coach on during our clients job search and if you want to know more about it here is a good article:
Behavioral Interviews – Are You Prepared?
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