The Toughest Job Interview Questions – Question 10

“What books have you read recently?”

Before you read on, remember that these questions are not provided for you to merely skim over. The planning and preparation of answers is essential to maximizing your interviewing prowess. The only way to succeed is to match your background to a positive, upbeat, convincing answer for each of these questions. Start with your resume, know every word on it. Another key part of your preparation is company research. You should know as much about the company as you possibly can before you arrive for the interview.

Always keep your responses business-oriented by naming business books that are current and popular. Be sure that you’ve read the books you name in case the interviewer has also read them and asks more specific follow-up questions about them!

You are a person of integrity. You do expect to be believed. So come into the interview prepared to answer wisely, with clarity and preparation. Don’t just anticipate how you should answer this question. Life this answer – remember that leaders are readers.

A person who feeds their mind with sound teaching and exposes their minds to right associations will never be famished for ideas. One of the things that will ensure your being a one percenter is being a reader of great authors. If you want suggestions on where to start, contact us, we would be pleased to help.

To achieve a better job for better pay and have a better life, commit to excellence.

Charles

P.S. Don’t miss our next segment on Question 11, “What are your strengths?”

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