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Reviewed in the United States on February 24, 2020
Impressing at a competency-based interview is all about the way you tell your story, so it’s particularly important to prepare for this sort of interview. Don’t shy away from including a bit of adversity or failure. It humanizes you and helps convince the listener of your sincerity. All jobs involve difficulties. The interview is trying to figure out how you’ll handle them.
This book has a list of some of the most popular of those tricky questions you might get during interviews. This will give you a chance to see what your STAR lessons lead to as you respond. The STAR framework is straightforward and something that you can prepare for ahead of the interview. You don’t know the questions per se, but you do know your experience.
I have not left a review before but this book is so bad I felt I needed to. It is more like a ‘leaflet’ than a book and gives the most obviously stupid example answers to questions of what not to say at an interview.