“How would your colleagues describe you?” Interview Question
Interviewers, ask this job interview question as they want to uncover your skills and strengths. Employers will often ask you to name your strengths, but they know that many interviewees will exaggerate this answer, but often when ask to describe how others describe, interviewees can often be honest.
In this article we have broke down what the interviewer is looking for in a perfect job interview answer and to help you create the perfect answer we have recorded an example answer
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Job Interview Question: How would your colleagues describe you?
Explanation of the Question:
Interviewers enjoy hearing quotes, have a couple of quotes prepared from people at your previous job “David always said I was….” and use statements like: “In my last job I was always known for…” By giving quotes from a named person can be as effective as giving the interviewer a written reference.
Example Job Interview Answer
“In my last company I was always known as the person who got things done. I remember over hearing my Manger Sharon, saying ‘if you need a job doing quickly and efficiently to get me to do it”
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