YOU KNOW YOUR SKILLS BUT DO YOU KNOW YOURSELF? INTERVIEW SUCCESS TIPS . . .
Many hiring authorities conduct both skillset based interviews and behavioral interviews to determine if you can do the job and how well you fit the team. They're likely to ask tough questions to see how well you know yourself. They want to know how you interact with others who may have different ways for approaching tasks, people, and the pace of the job demands.
Your personal Communication Style and Behavioral Strengths DISC Report will help you prepare for those behavioral interview questions with its detailed (yet easy to understand) summary of your specific behavioral style. You’ll also learn how people with traits different than your traits may describe your style.
For example; one person may describe you as being very determined while another may describe you as being just plain bossy!
Both may be right, at least in his/her own eyes, but understanding how and why people describe others as they do, plus knowing what to do about it to be an effective team member may just be the reason you’re selected for the position over another candidate.
Behavioral research suggests that the most effective people are those who understand themselves, both their strengths and weaknesses, so they can develop strategies to meet the demands of their environment.
Note: Every JaneCo client receives a personal Communication Style and Behavioral Strengths survey as a first step in becoming a JaneCo client. The information from the report is used in writing resumes and cover letters. The information is used for developing a branding statement for social networking. It's also used for interview prep. JaneCo provides other practical ways to use your personal report . . . ask us for ideas today! email@example.com 724.528.1000