Perhaps you’re familiar with the traditional job interview: you, sitting across from a hiring manager, answering questions about your job history, skills and what you can bring to the organization. These are important questions, to be sure, but they’re also questions whose answers are, for the most part, already reflected in your resume. What’s more, these questions are so common that the answers can be generic and rehearsed and often don’t truly reveal the unique qualities that make you a good fit- both technically and culturally – for a position. While we acknowledge (and practice) the importance of the traditional structure, we are also urging hiring managers to consider spicing up the conventional face-to-face interview with unique questions designed to asses strategic and original thinking. Read this article by Fast Company’s Lydia Dishman to find uot how you can use these techniques to fill your next opening!
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