Don’t just trot out the classic, “I’m passionate about……blah”, most of your competitors will use this one and you will sound just like them. This question is the perfect opportunity to set yourself apart from the rest and show the interviewer why you would be perfect for the role and what qualities you will bring to their team.
This may seem like a simple question but if you don’t prepare for it properly you may find yourself rambling on about the stuff employers don’t need to hear about. No one cares about Mittens, your fluffy cat. So get straight to the point, what makes you – YOU!
Most importantly, be accurate, truthful and don’t go over the top. Just focus on your top three strengths relevant to the role and elaborate on each one. A good tip is to research the job description to find out what the employer is looking for and match your strengths to this. Remember to sell yourself, in a professional way.
It’s great to talk about your career progression and where you want to take your career in the future, but what employers are really looking for here is a commitment to the role you are currently interviewing for. Employers love to hire young ambitious professionals. Typically they are hard workers and do everything they can to further the company’s objectives, albeit for personal motivations. The trick is to find the balance of being seen as an ambitious ‘go-getter’, while demonstrating a commitment to the role.
So there you have it, the top five guaranteed questions you will be asked in interviews and how to answer them. Think of the whole recruitment process like this: every employer that interviews staff has a problem that needs solving: “Tasks needs to be completed and I’ve got no one to do them”. If you present yourself as the ‘solution to their problem’, it will help you to become the preferred candidate and secure the role.
How Do You Stay Motivated In Your Work?
The employer asks this question to find out your interests and values as you perform the tasks assigned to you. In your response, highlight your interests and values that drive your morale for work.
” I get motivated by challenges. Being able to handle and overcome new challenges make drives my morale for this role. I find pleasure in helping players become better including making them feel better about themselves. This helps them to gain confidence in their playing hence shining in their career.”
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1 Describe What A Typical Practice Looks Like For Your Teams?
The hiring manager asks this question to evaluate your team management and coaching skills. The best strategy is to take your interviewer through a typical practice including the types of drills and activities it entails.
“I begin all my practices with conducting some warm-up exercises to prepare the players. After these practices, we move onto individual drills. Then to the group drills to improve certain skills and techniques. The drills depend on the recent game performance as well as the area that I perceive that the players need to improve on. With me, I have an example of my practice plans in case you would like to have a look at them.”