How leading with motivation in answering the only three true job interview questions could land you your dream role

How leading with motivation in answering the only three true job interview questions could land you your dream role

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Want the job? Lead with motivation. There are only three true job interview questions and only three fitting answers

There are only three true job interview questions, which should ideally be lead with motivation as the most important criteria for being chosen for the job.

The three true interview questions are:

Can you do the job?

Will you love the job?

Can we tolerate working with you?

In reality, the interview isn’t really about the candidate – it’s a final decision as to what the candidate can do for the company.  This requires different answers to align with different organisations and this requires preparation work on the candidate’s part to be able to communicate:

How the way you work aligns with how they work.

How your strengths align with their needs.

How what motivates you aligns with what matters to them.

Here are some top tips for cracking these final 3 interview questions:

Think before opening your mouth.

Answer the question asked.

Bridge to answer the true underlying question.

Candidates ultimately need to be able to carry how they can help organisations to solve their problems.  If this can’t be done, you won’t be hired.  This is the ultimate route to becoming the ‘must-hire’ candidate in the job interview.

Candidates will no longer be hired for WHAT they can do, but rather for WHY they do it.  Your strengths need to be strongly taken to the interviewer and a plan in place for how you expect to solve their problems using your key skills and strengths.  Jobs increasingly go to those who lead with this kind of motivation.

Source: Recruitingtimes