How to ace Behavioral Interview Questions?
Master the STAR Interview Technique!
Do you struggle to answer tough behavioral/situational interview questions? Are you unsure how to share your achievements without appearing arrogant?
The STAR method is the solution!
It stands for Situation, Task, Action, & Result, & is a technique for answering behavioral & situational interview questions by providing specific examples of skills & accomplishments.
Introduction to STAR Method
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Explain the context of the situation.
Describe your responsibilities.
Discuss how you resolved the problem.
Share the outcome.
Questions about Problem-Solving
1. How do you cope with sudden workplace changes?
2 .When have you been faced with a challenging situation?
3. What solution did you come up with?
1. When was the last time you worked with another department to complete a project?
2. Has there ever been a conflict between you and a co-worker?
Questions about Teamwork
1. Do you ever have to make unpopular decisions? What did you do?
2. Have you ever persuaded someone to do something?
Questions about Communication Skills
1. Tell us about a time you failed. Have you learned anything from this experience?
2. When was the last time you had to be highly strategic to achieve a goal?
Questions about Self-management Skills
1. Describe a situation in which you exceeded your duties for a job or task.
2. Is there any time you have been under a lot of pressure at work? What did you do in response?
Questions about Time-management Skills
1. When was the last time you set a goal and achieved it?
2. Tell us about a situation in which you used logic or data to make a recommendation.
Questions about Creativity Thinking Skills
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