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Interview Recording Assessment

I’m continuing this week with the interview recording from the administrative assistant I started last week.  The question in this recording is: Tell me about a time when you helped a coworker improve their performance. Listen to the Interview Answer(Time 1:37) This is interview was recorded and

Recorded Job Interview

For the last month, I’ve been posting recordings from an interview with a transitioning military officer.  This week, I’m making a shift to another job seeker – a professional administrative assistant.  Top-notch admin assistants are unbelievably valuable to the companies and executives they work for.  This individual

Assessment of the Recorded Interview

Yesterday’s post contained a recording an interview question and answer.  The interview was with a transitioning military officer and the question asked was “Tell me about a time when you helped someone improve their performance.” Below is my assessment of the answer. The interview answer was a

Interview Recording: Developing a Team Member

Below is a recording of an interview answer given by a transitioning military officer.  The question I asked is a typical behavioral based interview question: “Tell me about a time when you helped someone improve their performance.” Listen to the Answer (Time:  3:25) Please post your comments

Interview Assessment

In the recording I posted yesterday, you heard me ask a transitioning military office the ice breaker question that kicks off most interviews – "Tell me about yourself."  The answer included the officer’s military career in chronological order and concluded with some information about hobbies. Overall, this

Transitioning Military Officers: Interview Example

Recently, I conducted a practice interview a military officer preparing to transition into the civilian workforce. As with most interviews, the first question I asked was “Tell Me About Yourself.”  Many interviews start with this and it’s a question many job seekers find challenging.  Listen to this