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You're nearing the end of your interview and the interviewer asks, "Do you have any questions for us?" 👇👇👇
This is a critical part of the interview, not only for you to find out any information you want to know, but more importantly, a chance for you to continue to sell yourself and showcase your value add. Asking thoughtful and insightful questions will ensure that the panel knows you're interested and will help you understand if the role and company are the right fit for you.
ALWAYS, ALWAYS ASK QUESTIONS! (If given the chance)
💥 PRO TIP: Always respond to their answer. This creates 2-way dialogue and affirms that the information they have given you is interesting / valid etc.
A candidate that has no questions runs the risk of the leaving the interviewers feeling that you haven't done your homework or worse, that you aren't that interested in the role.
Here are some examples of questions you can ask:
⭐ Can you talk me through an average day of the role?
⭐ Can you tell me about people who had this role previously,
what made them go from a potential employee to great fit for the organisation?
⭐ What do you think are the top 3 qualities of an employee in this role?
⭐ What do you consider are the current challenges facing this role?
⭐ How does the company demonstrate its values in the workplace?
⭐ What would you consider to be the priorities for the first 30 days?
⭐ What are the performance measurement of employees' performance? / How do you evaluate success?
⭐ Can you describe your leadership style?
⭐ How would you describe the team dynamic?
⭐ What future changes to you anticipate for this role?
⭐ What do you personally like about working in the organisation?
⭐ How do you help your employees grow professionally?
⭐ What makes people stay at the company?
⭐ What are the biggest opportunities / challenges being presented to the company currently?
⭐ Is there anything else I can do or provide to help you make your decision?
*It is, of course, important to pick and choose the questions appropriately as per your interview situation!
Are there any 'questions for them' you would add to this starter list?
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