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Your secret weapons during a conversation or interview are the questions you ask to reveal the priorities of the person you are addressing. Many times an informal conversation is utilized to screen candidates in or out of the interview process. When you ask questions to determine what is most important to the person, they have an opportunity to focus on their needs and wants, which often makes them like you more. The end result is that you get screened in!
If you are not asked if you have any questions, it is always wise to let the person know you have questions. You don’t want to shoot from the hip when asking questions. Write down questions in advance that will reveal what is most important to each person in the interviewing process.
It is also acceptable to pull out a list of questions that you have pre-written. This shows preparation on your part and often impresses the interviewer. You ask your questions, listen carefully to the answer and then position yourself as the person who can solve their problems. This is also the time where you can bring up accomplishments or facts about yourself that never came up during the interview process. Questions can make the difference of you getting screened in or out!
commentsPublished on March 18, 2012 · Filed under: Uncategorized;