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This is what I thought was going to be the most challenging part of the intervie w; however, it was probably the easiest because of how I prepared for it. The Re cruiter s main goal during your interview is to extrapolate your past experiences through asking behaviour based questions. Take a second and open three word documents. In the first document, write CONFLIC T in big bold letters. In the second document, write LEADERSHIP and in the third, w rite TEAMWORK. These are the three topic
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  This is what I thought was going to be the most challenging part of the interview; however, it was probably the easiest because of how I prepared for it. The Recruiter  s main goal during your interview is to extrapolate your past experiences through asking behaviour based questions.Take a second and open three word documents. In the first document, write  CONFLICT   in big bold letters. In the second document, write  LEADERSHIP   and in the third, write  TEAMWORK.   These are the three topics that will be probed on by the Recruiter. Under each one of these topics, what I would suggest for you to do is, in bullet-points, list experiences that you have had that relate to these topics. This will allow you to organize your thoughts concisely so that when you are asked a question such as,  Tell me an instance where you had to deal with conflict at your workplace and how did you manage to resolve it,   you are more than prepared!One thing that most students oversee is that you are expected to think for about five to ten seconds when you are asked a behavioural question. Instead of rushing into the answer, take your time to formulate the answer in your head. If you are ever in a situation where you have not experienced a certain question (ie-  Tell me an instance where you were faced with an ethical dilemma?  ), the best approach would be to honestly tell the Recruiter that you have not been in the situation but if you were to be in that situation, what you would do (ie-  I have not experienced an ethical dilemma before but if I were faced with an ethical dilemma in the future, I would...  ).
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