Five things that you shouldn't say in a Job Interview


Five things that you shouldn’t say in a Job Interview.

Today, I want to talk to you about things that you shouldn’t say in a job interview, specifically,

Five things that you shouldn’t say bring up mention in Maybe you hated your boss.

Five things that you shouldn't say in a Job Interview

You didn’t like working there,

But when he questioned, what was your job like? And you boss? In response, yes I did. I loved working with my boss, I loved people. I like company, I like culture, I love everything about her. It is a disgrace that I need to leave. Sorry, I have to leave. But I am looking for greener pastures, more and more opportunities. I am looking for more responsibility, whatever they say. Except that you didn’t like working there, you didn’t like what they did or didn’t do anything like that. Because if you don’t like working there, then you don’t like your boss. It will be no time flat, that you will say the same things about them when they hire you.

You’ll you’ll find reasons not to like them, you’ll find reasons not to buy, maybe for two years. And and they will do anything. But if you go to a job and say, you know. I don’t care what it is, I’ll do it, I’ll do anything. Just give it to me too. When you do this, you end up showing a certain level of frustration that it It does not turn out very well. Do you want to go there and go home? Do you want to talk about what you can do, and you are excited to do it. This is what you want. You just don’t want to say, yes, I will do whatever you find, I will do this, I will clean the floor. I don’t care. Now, you want to go in there specifically, tell them what you want to do with you.

You have to hold tight to your values, you have to hold tight to your beliefs and do what you want to do. Because if they just give you anything, if they just give you any kind of job, they’re, you know, two months, we want to guarantee you. And they know that if you go in there and say I’ll take whatever you got, and they give to you, you have two three months later to be like, you know what, this sucks. I don’t want to do this.

i- And leave them high and dry.

ii-And then they wasted a whole bunch of time.

iii- And they have to go to someone else’s interview and miss money, or if your results oriented, it costs money to deal with any of that stuff.

Now, you do want to say is how you can do those things. Would you like to place it in setting. So if it resembles an administration position, you would prefer not to say that you know, an extraordinary pioneer.

i- You want to talk about how you have groups of people, teams that you have built and assembled to work on certain projects you want to talk about.

ii- You don’t simply say that your outcomes situated.

iii- You want to talk about the projects that you completed.

On Time under budget, and you want to talk about details, all the results oriented leadership to come out in the context of what happens with us. Okay, we should proceed onward to the following one here. Number four, when they ask you a question, and let’s say, you know, you know how to do this, don’t tell them that you don’t know.

Don’t say to any interviewer that I don’t want to do that, or I’ve never seen that, or, you know, I have no idea. That is to say, that is the absolute worst thing you can say, regardless of whether it’s reality. But what you do want to say, is war to competency questions they could, they could wipe you out right there in the interview, we dealt with just two competency questions.

One theme you can get away with, but it depends, depends how crucial The question is, because competency questions, pull in a lot of fundamentals. And if you don’t know about fundamentals about If you do that says that you don’t know a lot about what you do. So never tell them that you don’t always try to come close to something, connect the dots. And and maybe we need to pull like line here and say, You know what?
Would i be able to consider that briefly?

And can we circle back around? And they’re gonna say yes, but if you pull that Lifeline technique too many times, like maybe maybe more Then once or twice, and that’s it. You’re done. So you need to Give yourself a little bit Think about it. Connect experiences to what of excitement about this company or about what they’re doing it shows that he put nope eration into the interview, you spent no time researching this company reposition.

iIt just basically says that, you know, he showed up and they didn’t like the job.

ii- It doesn’t work that way.

iii- It doesn’t work that way today there are so many hungry into that. And you’re interviewing them to you’re interviewing them to see if this is something Good luck on your next Have you nap before you go on your next interview.

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