There are many types of interviews. In this discussion board, the focus is on two of the most important interview types:
- Informational Interviews
- Behavioral Interviews
From the required reading we know that there are two types of Informational Interviews. Activity 12.2 Conducting an Informational Interview: Questions to Ask suggests a series of questions that are appropriate for an informational interview. Using the list from Activity 12.2, make your own version with more specificity on your area of interest or career goals. Post your version in the discussion board.
When responding to other students’ posts, make suggestions for improvement or gaps in information based on content from credible resources.
Using your textbook and other outside readings as a guide, create and post interview question that you might expect to see in a behavioral-based interview.
When responding to another student’s post, identify 1) the behavior that the employer is evaluating with the behavioral question and 2) a potential business result that might be included when answering the interview question.
Original post: one interview question that you might expect to see in a behavioral-based interview.
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