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Q:Are you most productive working alone or in a group?
A:I need some private time for planning,but otherwise I like the activity and noise of
people around me and the ability to hare ideas.I think most writers need
reinforcement,because we all get writer s block occasionally.  
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Q:"ell me about a situation in which it was difficult to remain ob#ective.
A:I d researched a new on line source for our library,and my manager decided to 
pull funding at the last minute.It was ustrating for me because I$d gotten e%cited about the
product,liked the vendor,and had even told some people to count on having the
resource.&ut I understand the need to revise budgets,and the matter was out of my control
at the time.
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Q:(hat might your current boss want to change about your work habits?
A:I m a morning person and she s a night owl. I like to come into the office at least  
an hour early,usually by seven,to get a #ump start on my work. )y boss likes to come in
after nine and work late into the evening. *o I think if she could change
one thing about me,she d probably make me into a night owl,too,so that I d be available  
during many of the same hours she likes to work.
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Q:"ell me about an effective manager,supervisor,or other person in a leading role you
ve known.
A:"he best professor I ever had always reviewed me most important points from our
last class before he moved on to new material.,e also watched our faces carefully and
repeated information whenever he saw a blank stare.*ometimes he would #ust ask for
feedback by saying,-(hat are you having difficulty with?.,e never assumed too much or
made us feel dumb for not grasping a concept /uickly.
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Q:(hat type of management style do you think is effective?
A:I ve always learned well from people who act as coaches rather than e%perts.(hen 
someone comes to me with a problem,I try to act as if I$m reasoning through the problem
with the person,learning as I go.I never #ust give an answer.I want employees to develop
confidence in creating answers for themselves. 
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Q escribe your personal management style.
A:I repeat what someone has told me,but I reorgani2e the information in a way that
helps them see the problem or answer themselves.*ometimes I #ust ask /uestions until
they see a clear solution.I learned this from watching a friend who$s a ccessful trial lawyer.
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Q:(hat type of people do you work with most effectively?A:I tend to work well with
people who are confident and straightforward.It s more difficult for me to be around timid 
eople,because I move /uickly and am decisive.
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Q:(hat things impress you in colleagues?
A:I admire and work best with people who are of good character and have integrity.I
also think confidence and enthusiasm is positive in any business environment.
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Q:(hat are some of the things your supervisor did that you disliked?
A:"he only thing I really don t like is to get feedback in front of others.I want to hear 
good or bad feedback in private,so that I have time to think and react to the issue without
other distractions.I believe that s the fair way to improve earning or to change future 
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Q:,ow do you organi2e and plan for ma#or pro#ects?
A:I love to brainstorm a best,worst,and most likely scenario."hen I set a timetable that
s realistic.(hat I usually find is that some combination of my best and worst cases 
evolves6I can ad#ust my schedule easily as these things unfold because I ve already 
visuali2ed what could happen and how I d react.  
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Q escribe a time when you ve worked under intense pressure.  
A:I had to complete an end of /uarter report once while I was on the road for two
consecutive weeks."he amount of lephoning back and forth was incredible,because I
couldn t bring my office files with me.8uckily I had a great secretary and a logical filing 
system,so we located everything we needed.
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Q:,ow do you manage your time on a typical day?
A:I ve always given priority to work with established clients,because they offer a 
better risk7return value."he last thing I do is general correspondence,especially internal
correspondence,which I take care of at the end of the day or week.
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Q escribe a time when you acted on someone s suggestion. 
A:I changed my open office hours because several of my employees found it difficult to
visit me e%cept in the early mornings.
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Q:"ell me about a time when you had to defend an idea to your boss.
A:9nce I had to convince my boss to change :; firms.I really believed that our interests
on the (est <oast weren t being met by our <hicago based firm.I was able to convince 
him after showing him the demographic shift in our customer base.
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Q:(hat aspect of your management style would you like to change?
A:I ve been working on holding back the urge to tell people the answers when they 
ask for advice.I think it s more mportant to teach people how to solve their own 
problems.I ve gotten better at coaching and presenting /uestions and feedback without 
telling people what to do.
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Q:,ave you ever felt defensive around your boss or peers?
A:I had to e%plain once why I thought a black and white brochure was more suitable
for the content of an insurance product brochure.=o one in my office liked the idea
initially,because we were all used to color brochures,and everybody felt that black and
white looked cheap.>ventually I convinced them that a more subtle approach would work
better to present information about a difficult topic death benefits.
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Q:"ell me about a learning e%perience that affected your management style.
A:>arly in my #ob at the bank,I wrote a letter to an >?: but failed to make copies for
the two A?:s who worked for him.9ne of them was impacted by the content of the memo
and concluded that I d circumvented him on purpose.I ve really been careful about chain  
of command ever since.
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Q:,ave you patterned your management style after someone in particular?
A:I ve emulated my first boss in many ways.I keep a file for each member of my staff 
on my desk."hey can throw notes,ideas,work they want me to review,or anything else in
there,and I do the same with material I have for them.It$s an %traform of communication
whenever one of us gets an idea."hen,when we sit down to talk,the issues we need to
cover are in one place,at our fingertips.
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Q:@escribe a leader you admire.
A:I ve always admired the president of my company.,e$s visible,he doesn t want a  
special parking place or table in the afeteria,and he gives you the feeling that he s #ust 
another member of the team.
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Q:,ow have you handled criticism of your work?
A:"he first time I had a complaint from a client, I found it difficult to keep the complaint
separate from my professional service of the account. "he client was upset about the
downtime on A") machines. I learned that showing empathy usually calms an unpleasant
situation6 I also learned that no client is going to be happy with everything, even if that
client$s overall e%perience is positive.
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Q:"ell me about the last time you put your foot in your mouth.
A:I told my friend 8isa that I d no longer be attending yearbook club meetings 
because I thought the editor was a complete idiot. I later found out that the editor was her
cousin. As soon as I found out, I apologi2ed and asked her why she didn$t say anything
when I made that foolish comment. 8uckily, she and I are still friends today.
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Q:"ell me about a problem you ve had getting along with a work associate. 
A:I m pretty easygoing and tend to get along with most people. &ut I remember one 
time when we brought in a new associate who was very bossy to the point where he
offended one of our interns with his attitude. I actually pulled him aside and told him that I
found it more productive to ask people for help than to give orders. Anfortunately, my
advice didn t seem to help much, but we were more careful when we hired new staff after 
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Q:,ow have your technical skills been an asset?
A:Although I never planned on a career as a writer or publisher,much of my #ob in
marketing has depended on good writing and creative layout skills.)y part time college
#ob with a newspaper taught me a lot about desktop publishing,how to position something
on a page effectively,and how to write short sentences with ma%imum impact.In all of my
marketing #obs,I ve been able to e%plain my goals clearly to graphic designers,which has 
helped me avoid costly design revisions.
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Q:@escribe a situation in which you ve applied technical skills to solve a problem. 
A:9ne of our components kept arriving at distribution points with stress cracks.)y
materials science background helped me to diagnose the problem as one of storage
temperature during shipping.Although our e/uipment was safely stored at both end
points,it had been sitting in un air conditioned cargo space for up to thirty hours before
reaching its destination. (e$re now using a different shipping company,and we$ve improved
our labeling on large shipments to reflect the users warning about temperature e%tremes.
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Q:,ow do your technical skills,combined with other skills,add to your effectiveness on
the #ob?
A:)y strong economics background,along with my computer sales e%perience,provide
a balanced set of skills to perform financial research on the computer industry.
)ost of my contacts and hobbies are also related to high tech,so I offer a natural curiosity
that helps me stay abreast of changes in the industry.
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Q:@escribe how you ve used a problem solving process. 
A:(e once had several customers who$d arranged numerous free hotel stays around
the country using our !! percent atisfaction guarantee.I suggested leading a :< task force
to set up a warning system that flags any guest name corresponding to a revious reported
complaint or free service.=ow when a guest checks in and we type in a name,we know
immediately that the person has had an unpleasant e%perience at one of our hotels.(e
proactively approach the guest,acknowledge we re aware of the problem,and offer our 
commitment to do everything possible to provide them with impeccable service."his
practice warns the potentially fraudulent guest6at the same time,it warns our staff to be
especially careful with any guest who s giving our hotel a second chance.9ur satisfaction 
rate has improved,and fraudulent cases have decreased.
+3 问 : 你 • • “ ¹ ÷ | 问 ù ?
Q:,ow do you usually go about solving a problem?
A:(hen I need to solve a problem,I generally start by writing down as many ideas as I
can think of about possible causes.=e%t I look for relationships among causes so I can
group together symptoms of bigger problems.Asually,after I study these groups of
problems,the real cause becomes readily apparent.
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Q:,ow do you measure the success of your work?
A:I measure reactions of customers.(hen my customers call me with a referral,I know
they re happy.And I have to say that repeat business to me is more satisfying than 
winning a new account.:eople have a tendency to try a new company because of that
company s reputation or product,but they come back because of the relationship they  
ve learned to trust.
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Q:,ow practical or pragmatic are you?
A:I can usually pick up on an underlying problem,even of it s not too obvious.I recall 
an investment banker who visited our real estate finance class and asked us what might
cause the "okyo investment community a problem in attracting local investment dollars.A
number of finance ).&.A. s in the class started trying to think of some complicated set of 
reasons.I decided it would have to do with getting out of a bad market /uickly,and that a
nonli/uid investment would create problems.I said investors would be unsettled if the
primary investment is local real setate and inflation has caused the paper value to
e%aggerate the real street value.As it ended up,that was the answer he wanted.
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Q:,ow do you balance your reliance on facts with your reliance on intuition?
A:Bacts are important but often neglect pointb in time influences,especially with
market research.9ne survey that I was uncomfortable with involved pricing data that was
collected #ust after a ma#or presidential election."he timing caused me
to doubt that consumers would really spend as much as the survey indicated they
would for new cars.*o we ended up holding on to the last /uarter s pricing structure.(e 
sold more cars while,as interest rates climbed,some of our competitors had e%pensive
inventory carryover.
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Q:(hat was your greatest problem in your last #ob?
A:I had to get longtime employees with few or no computer skills to embrace a new e
mail system.I started by e%plaining the need for less paper in everyone s #ob."hen I 
decided to create a temporary e mail account with one daily riddle on the
system6everyone who responded correctly got their name put in a weekly drawing.>ach
week for one month a person from the drawing got dinner for four at a nice local
restaurant."his approach went over well as a device to get people to use the system.
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Q:"ell me about a problem that you failed to anticipate.
A:)y boss asked me to solve an ongoing scheduling problem.I failed to reali2e that the
person who had lived with the problem would see me as an antagonist.&y the time I
reali2ed it,I d already done some of the groundwork.If I$d started by asking for the person 
s opinion,I would have been able to get him on my side early on. 
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Q:,ave you ever resolved a long standing problem?
A:(e used to batch our guests personal fa%es sometimes as many as ten outgoing 
fa% re/uests per hour to put less strain on our administrative staff.(e had guests who
weren t happy about that.I arranged a lease deal on an outgoing fa% machine for guest 
self serve access."his freed up more time for staff,and they were able to maintain control
of incoming a%es,protecting incoming information until they could locate the appropriate
guest in person.
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Q:@escribe a time you found it necessary to make an unpopular decision.
A:I had to start a policy of no food in work areas,including private offices,because the
production workers were unhappy with the ine/uity.Bor safety reasons workers couldn t 
have food anywhere near e%pensive e/uipment.=ow it s forgotten,but at the time a 
number of supervisors were angry at me.I thought the matter was important and that the
solution was consistent with other new policies,like doing away with assigned parking
spaces for high level employees.*o far we$ve been progressive enough to keep unions
out of our company.
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Q:"ell me about the most difficult problem you$ve ever dealt with.
A:I was promoted to manage a new department.A coworker in that group resented me
from the beginning.I soon learned that her best friend had been turned down for the
position.I actually confronted her about it6I e%plained that I had once put a friendship to the
test because I d worked too closely with someone and we found that we spent our leisure 
time talking about work.A few weeks after our talk,she admitted that she d never thought 
about the potential results of working too closely with a personal friend.9ur working
relationship was fine after that.
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Q:@escribe a time when a problem wasn t resolved to your satisfaction. 
A:I thought once that we d let a customer down by not responding /uickly enough to 
resolve a problem6our production capacity wasn t sufficient to deliver the customer s  
complete order during the holiday season."hat customer ended up asking for a
discount,and I thought we should have offered the discount first,without waiting to be
asked."he sense of goodwill would have been stronger.
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$ 步 骤 ' H V • ñ F O P Q f g $ ó ú 1 Y ³ ½ 你 E Y U µ $ ò ! ' — V 1
Q:"ell me about a time when there was no rule or precedent to help you attack a
A:I was the first employee in a newly created position.I spent the first week developing
an understanding of the history that had led to creation of the position.9nly then did a
method for setting priorities on the #ob become clear.
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Q:(hen do you have difficulty making choices?
A:I m not particularly good at interpreting survey data.I ve really worked to get to  
know our research staff and librarians.I rely on them and am careful to thank them formally
in front of my vice president.(e re definitely a team,and I$m careful not to take credit for 
our industry reports,which we publish for the :acific region of our firm.
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Q:@escribe an opportunity in which you felt the risks far outweighed the rewards.
A:At one point we had an opportunity to purchase conveyor e/uipment at thirty cents
on the dollar from a company that had dissolved.Although we anticipated an overhaul of
our distribution facility five years down the road,I felt it was
too far into the future to spend money only to have idle capacity for a five year
period.If market conditions had shown more promise for new sales in the initial two year
period,I would have gone ahead with it.
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Q:"ell me about a pro#ect in which you were disappointed with your personal
A:In my last #ob for a manufacturing company, I had to analy2e all of the supplier bids
and present recommendations to the vice president of logistics. &ecause the supplier bids
weren t in a uniform format, my analysis often consisted of comparing dissimilar items. 
"his caused some confusion in my final report, and by the time I d reworked it and 
presented it to the ice president, we$d lost the critical time we needed to improve our
approval process for these bids. In hindsight I should have taken a simpler approach to the
problem and not tried to make it so comple% or all inclusive. >ver since, I ve paid more 
attention to making recommendations in a timely manner.
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Q:Cive an e%ample of a time when you were asked to accomplish a task but weren t 
given enough information. ,ow did you resolve this problem.
A:At my last internship, my supervisor, an account e%ecutive, asked me to assemble
five hundred press kits for a mailing. I wasn$t sure in what order the pages and press
releases should go, but my supervisor had already left for a client meeting. Afraid of
putting the information together in the wrong order, I managed to track down her cell
phone number and called her in her car. *he e%plained the order of the materials over the
phone, and in the end I managed to prevent a mistake that would have cost hours of work
and a delay in the mailing not to mention a few headaches.
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Q:@escribe a time when you failed to resolve a conflict.
A:I wasn t able to keep a good employee once who$d been in our manufacturing facility 
for ten years. ,is #ob description was rewritten to re/uire computer skills. I offered to send
him to night classes, but he refused the help. I had no option but to replace him. In
retrospect, if I d encouraged him and other employees to ac/uire new training 
periodically, he might not have been overwhelmed by the time his position was reworked.
=ow I m vigilant about encouraging my group to attend seminars and urses to enhance 
their #ob skills and to avoid becoming outdated.
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Q:,ow do you feel when things go wrong with a pro#ect? ,ow do you handle it?
A:(ell, of course I would prefer that my pro#ects run smoothly at all times. ,owever,
the very nature of the biotechnology industry means that many changes can and probably
will happen to any plan at any time. I try to reali2e this from the outset and cross each
bridge when I come to it. 9ften I try to have alternate plans ready to go in case of such an
event. &ut sometimes you can$t prepare for a problem until it s right there in front of you. 
&asically I #ust take it in stride.
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Q:,ow would you respond to a defaulted form D43counterderivative renewal re/uest if
your manager ordered you to do so, and if the policy under which the e%ecutive board
resolves such issues were currently under review?
sometimes recruiters ask seemingly impossible /uestions #ust to see how you$ll
respond.It$s not so much that they want to see you s/uirm in your seat as that they want to
#udge how you might respond to pressure or tension on the #ob.=o matter how you may
feel at the time,being sub#ected to a ridiculous /uestion like this one is probably a very
good sign.If you re asked a tough /uestion that you simply can t answer,think about it  
for a few seconds."hen,with a confident smile and without apology,simply say something
like-I don t know,but if you hire me,I$ll sure find out for you.. 
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答:我HFGD £²r󎯬$å·ç¤$ñ0我ƒ@9¥1我^ò”tCD$؃H¦z÷p>§¨²
ã ä 你 K : Ø ƒ 做 ½ Í ¼ « ¬ 1
Q:"ell me about a ma#or accomplishment.
A:I m really proud of the business I obtained with FGD (holesale <lub. I believe that 
these types of companies will continue to thrive in the ne%t few years.
11 问 : 谈 谈 你 Y Z ï 作 ½ $ 一 Á « ¬ 1
³ ¾ ?
Q:"alk about a contribution you ve made to a team. 
A:I helped my last team put together more cohesive presentations for a client. I think
our practice and preparation made a statement about how committed we would be to the
details of the system installation. In the end, we landed the account.
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答:我HB一份工作»ÃÄ0 po加´ðóô%&1我^ò”是Á要$%&,«œØƒªDJ@9–者o
¬ y Ê ? 你 K Q â 构 作 ½ G 些 独 V $ « ¬ ? 你 还 K • • 做 ?
Q:"alk about a special contribution you ve made to an employer.A:In my last #ob I ran  
the Anited (ay campaign for three consecutive years. I believe it s an important cause, 
and I know it$s difficult for the company to find volunteers, so I stepped in.
14 问 : 谈 谈 工 作 g ä $ 一 个 组 ¥ , ” 个 组 ¥ T ^ 你 $ o 加 « › 益 µ ¶ 1
你 º ^ G t ð 作 C D $ Ø » ?
Q:"ell me about an organi2ation outside of work that$s benefited from your 
A:I ve been involved in Hunior Achievement. I was an economics undergrad, and I liked 
seeing the high school kids get
e%cited about what they read in the paper and about how economics affects their lives.
1' 问 : ` ¤ ¡ Z 你 作 ½ $ « ¬ ± ¹ º $ 要 3 1
‡ ¥ È ¡ , 你 Q E F G ½ û , © • g z 你 > H G 些 O P Q ² ª ¬ V 别 Ê 1
Q:Cive me an e%ample of a time you delivered more than was e%pected.
A:In my last #ob my boss asked me to take over all the uncollected accounts. I was able
to recover +! percent more than his goal. I convinced people that I was willing to work out
an affordable schedule based on their needs, and I did this by asking about their problems.
9nce they vented, they would usually listen to me.
15 问 : 你 ƒ @ y 9 ¥ $ ç Š 是 Í ¼ ?
& › ' ç Š H ( Ø ƒ ¢ — : ³ S 1
Q:(hat accomplishment is your greatest source of pride?
A:I m proud of how we turned a profit at our hospital in the first year under private 
management. =ow that goal s been 
accomplished, and I m ready to do the same for another hospital6 that s why  
consulting within the industry appeals to me so much.
19 问 : ë ® 我 • g 你 , 你 首 ¨ K 作 ½ Í ¼ ç ¤ ?
” 些 ã 识 í 你 H 工 作 ' 你 H Ž • » $ ³ ¾ L a ?
Q:If I hired you today, what would you accomplish first?
A:I could help you increase your business within the 9>) market. As an 9>) contractor
for four years, I understand how to structure deals that will be profitable.
3! 问 : Y 你 È ¡ Í ¼ • $ ç ¤ y D > ¯ ?
$ l § Q Å K ¯ ¬ $ ç Š , ” 个 问 ù À ‘ 你 谈 Û ë ì h 服 { Ü 1
Q:(hat accomplishment was the most difficult for you to achieve?
A:I found it intimidating to work with the marketing research staff when I started my
#ob, mostly because I hadn$t done well in statistics or market research during college. (hat
I decided to do was enroll in an e%ecutive seminar on market research,
which really boosted my confidence. =ow I don t feel at a disadvantage when I meet 
with the research group, and I know what /uestions to ask to get information that s 
meaningful to me.
3 问 : @ ¨ Ô : n 你 y 3 $ ç Š 是 Í ¼ ?
答:0我ƒ@9¥$是我:„ÆÇï效力1 p,«œKgðy$C:Aõ时Èå1'我ïï$ÉïL要¼Ö
Š $ ï 时 , 要 Z ñ Y P 你 $ ò 7 , Ž Š 是 你 g z K 做 ¬ ] Ê 1
Q:(hat s your greatest achievement to date? 
A:I m proud of the fact that I graduated on time with a solid C:A while I played varsity 
basketball for four years. A lot of the women on my team either took a reduced course load
or let their grades suffer. I believe the reason I got through it all was sheer determination6 I
never even let myself visuali2e anything but finishing on time and with good grades. *o I
firmly believe, as a professional counselor, in the importance of a positive outlook.
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答:我要做š份工作¡Kf9:Ë73L1•时H㢣a;"ê时,我做T‡Ì|1要¦§Ê0 份时间Y
Q:"ell me about something you accomplished that re/uired discipline.
A:I had to work two #obs to put myself through graduate school. I interned at the
newspaper while I studied #ournalism during the week. "hen on weekends, I sold real
estate. Huggling those three schedules was a challenge, but I did it because it was
important to me to graduate without school loans.
30 问 : 你 $ ï Ÿ ž 你 ÷ | Í ¼ • $ 问 ù ?
答:36ÚÛž我ÈÏ0j[$满l(1õâ"ã我Hj[EÔ´²Ð.1 ”个问ù给`F者一Áª
. L * º , Ž ¼ E F G > 加 ˆ Y 你 $ † ‡ 1
Q:(hat situations do your colleagues rely on you to handle?

A eople often rely on me to handle client confrontations. I m known as a person 
who never loses my temper in front of customers.
31 问 : 谈 谈 你 H 小 组 » ± ¼ b > » 满 Ö 别 人 $ 需 í 1
3 p‹¹'基8B¸L=过Ñ.1yz我Ó½•一个/2,ŽŠ是À‘一"$Ñ.,但要98TÒ”一"
² Í ¼ ³ ¾ ? 
Q:"ell me about a need you fulfilled within a group or a committee.
A:I worked on the committee to review our company$s policy on sick leave. 9ne of our
employees was abusing the system in order to gain vacation time. I served as the ob#ective
member of the group, having used virtually no sick leave in five years of employment. I
ended up presenting an idea that the company s now considering, which is to allow up to 
one week of sick time to be voluntarily allocated to e%tra family leave time. 33 问:谈谈你
ë ì & i ' ° U © ª > ¯ 共 ï $ ¨ R 1
Q:"ell me how you ve supported and helped attain a corporate goal. 
A:I helped meet our goal of value to stockholders by holding a fire sale of goods to
clean out our warehouse. "he public was invited, with a preview for customers, suppliers,
vendors, and stockholders. Attendees bought new but visually imperfect electronics
components at '! percent reductions. (e cleared twenty thousand dollars from sales of
e/uipment we$d written off.
34 问 : 谈 谈 ž 你 $ 努 力 ¯ ¬ $ ’ • 化 $ ç ® 1
答:我n{Âñ¼计划,«œfÁu•¼oK9&化1”个过úH过去需要 1! 小时,³Hk需要0 小
® 是 ¿ ± ¹ º $ ] 3 ? ‘ 是 ë ì ¯ ¬ $ ê ?
Q:"ell me about a /uantifiable outcome of one of your efforts.
A:I reorgani2ed inventory planning and was able to automate the inventory reorder
function, which used to be a forty hour process and now takes only three hours.
3' 问 : 谈 谈 你 Ó Ô 7 ç $ 一 个 § ¨ 1
时间要Ö^一p1 ”¢`ÁÜ¡Z你ëì/•¨R'ÞúY,ëìë•-®,ëìS€计划1”个问ù$
Q:"ell me about a pro#ect you completed ahead of schedule.
A:I was in charge of a new product rollout, In general we completed each phase without
a ma#or setbackJwhich was partially luckJbut I also systematically called two days ahead
of every deadline to check the status with all groups involved.
I believe that made the difference. "he launch took place two weeks ahead of planJa
significant period of time in our industry, where shelf life for products is generally less than
one year.
35 问 : 你 ã º ¦ z $ ÷ p ¢ , H Ÿ å $ G 些 ó E L U 步 ?
K : ” 个 a 位 Ó S $ u { ' a c 1
Q:(here do you hope that your career will have progressed to in the ne%t few years?
A:9ver the ne%t few years I d like to have progressed to the point where I have 
bottom line budget responsibility, and I$m also in charge of a production unit where I have
labor relations, /uality control, design, and manufacturing responsibilities. I believe this
#ob will go a long way to helping me meet my career goals.
39 问 : 你 Æ Ç $ a å 计 划 是 Í ¼ ?
Q:(hat are your long term career plans?
A:)y long term career goals are to become known as an industry e%pert and to have
earned a respectable management position with responsibility for a ma#or piece of the
business. I d like to think I ll have e%perience in many parts of the business over time.  
4! 问 : ” î 是 你 $ B 一 份 工 作 , 你 • ¼ ã ä 9 : > ! œ ” Õ a å ä ï ?
ú 1
Q:*ince this will be your first #ob, how do you know you$ll like the career path?
A:Although it s true that I ve never worked a #ob in your industry, I$ve talked to many  
friends and alums at my school who$ve been successful in your company.
I always ask them the /uestions, -(hat s the most frustrating thing about your 
#ob?.and -(hat s the most rewarding thing about your #ob?. Brom the information I ve  
gained, I m confident that I ll be able to adapt /uickly to your culture and will find the  
ne%t few years rewarding, based on my goals and values.
4 问 : H 你 $ a å µ % » : Í ¼ ” 份 工 作 _ ð 你 ?
你 ë ì ß Ÿ å à T ?
Q:(hy is this #ob right for you at this time in your career?
A:"his #ob would build on my e%tensive technical background both as a navy
communications officer and in the two software companies where I ve worked. I believe 
I$m now ready to assume broader responsibilities as a pro#ect manager. I ve demonstrated 
my ability to handle the responsibility for both a diverse team of programmers and
engineers and for ma#or apital budgets.
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做Ê•DE,”Š是:ͼ我´基ù做w$®91 nÁÓú,要谈¬具ª$a·,“其9xY你È¡
$ O P 过 - ƒ Æ Ç , Ž ¼ E F G > P ! 你 H ” 个 Œ 位 B ü ý 1
Q:(hat are your aspirations beyond this #ob?
A:&eyond this #ob as a marketing assistant, I see myself moving up through marketing
analysis into brand management and eventually running a category. I m aware that there 
are several skills I need to develop in the interval, and I believe with your continuing
education program and my own motivation for self improvement, I$ll have those skills
when the pportunities arise for greater responsibility. "hat$s why I$m determined to learn
from the ground up, starting as a marketing assistant
40 问 : 你 ! Í ¼ • $ U µ ?
答 : 我 H 服 · å 做 • þ p , « œ ÿ 步 T H ] 3 \ ] L ã Ñ ˆ $ Î Ï 工 作 1
$ L a ” 份 工 作 ' Ž • H ¨ Ô ± Þ z $ ² ú ó Q 1
Q:(hat new challenges would you en#oy?
A:I ve worked in the hospitality industry for over eight years and have progressively 
worked in larger, more prestigious hotels. I$ve learned the food and beverage side of
the business and the hotel management side, and now I believe I$m ready to be a
convention or conference sales manager.
41 问 : ë ® 你 K n ´ O ß à , 你 > 选 择 G t a å ?
$ / 识 , ” 些 / 识 K 0 u ¹ Ö œ 弯 ï \ Ö Í 时 间 ¦ ¦ 1
Q:If you could start all over again, what direction would your career take?
A:I ve always en#oyed consumer sales as I$ve moved up in my career. 8ooking back, I 
wish I$d gotten a bit more e%perience in market research earlier in my career, because it s 
important to understand the types of /uantitative models and technical research
techni/ues that are now important for a regional sales manager to know.
43 问 : 工 作 » 你 H G 些 ó E 还 ¸ L ¬ @ ² ú ?
Œ • 是 ¿ 认 ï 你 ¦ L K 力 P ‹ ” § a · 1
Q:(hat achievements have eluded you?
A:I ve achieved considerable success at the finance department of my company, a 
large corporation. I$ve worked in two different plants as the director of finance. I ve 
worked in capital budgets at the corporate office and in the business planning area.
Anfortunately, I ve never had the opportunity to work in the treasury department. &ased 
on my graduate finance education and my several years finance e%perience, I m now  
convinced that I m ready to handle this responsibility and that it$l be the ne%t step in my 
learning curve toward a top finance e%ecutive position.
44 问 : 你 认 : 要 H ” 个 V å L â ² ú , 还 需 4 ý ?
”个问ù跟*3 p'你2做@ͼ•$a·?,是^C_$1îì你Y”个a·â•0@$l§Èø答”
Q:,ow long do you think you d continue to grow in this #ob? 
A:)y own personal measure of growth in a #ob is ac/uiring new skills, new knowledge,
and new insights into the industry. As long as I can measure this type of gowth, I consider
myself successful. I m a believer in stretching a #ob by reaching out to learn more about 
other areas that are peripheral to the #ob I$m in.
4' 问 : ” 个 Ø ƒ ¢ Í ¼ a 位 你 y ƒ Æ Ç ?
Q:(hat career path interests you within the company?
A:I$d like to work toward becoming a senior pro#ect manager within your commercial
real estate firm. )y background includes several areas within commercial real estate,
including working in architectural design, working with governmental departments and
agencies, working with banks in the finance area, and, finally, working in sales and leasing.
I d like to pull all this background together in the ne%t few years and eventually have 
pro#ect management responsibility.
45 问 : = Ò ” 份 工 作 ' 你 â ” í $ 做 一 Q ± } 1
Q:<ompare this #ob to others you repursuing. 
A:I$ve narrowed my #ob search to only those large securities firms within the finance
industry. "he basic skills necessary with all of these firms are similar: strong /uantitative
and analytical abilities, the ability to make decisions /uickly, and good interpersonal skills
to react to a customer$s needs.
49 问 : H 工 作 » 你 是 ¿ > ¬ • 你 ã º $ U 步 ?
答:我H一63D$汽油؃做•4 p,HMy-W\w‚˜™'˜·计划¦óE•累•丰™${1我^
Q:,ave you progressed in your career as you e%pected?
A:)y si% years with a ma#or gas company have included solid e%perience in price
analysis, capital budgets, and financial planning. I now believe I m ready to take on 
departmental responsibility for the entire finance function within a finance company.
'! 问 : 3 p ' 你 ã º ¬ @ ð | $ ã 酬 是 4 Ö ?
答:H”3 p¢,我ãº作½$«¬K¬@认’'ð|$øã1我ãä薪酬I•›@‘49素$01,4
¬ 9 ¨ \ ² S ? , ± 者 ^ # p p - 过 矜 i ± 者 犹 豫 ~ 1
Q:(hat do you reasonably e%pect to earn within five years?
A:)y e%pectation for the ne%t five years is that my contributions will be recogni2ed and
appropriately rewarded. I reali2e that salary levels are based on a number of factors,
including the company$s profitability and the general business cycle that affects our
industry, but I e%pect to take on greater responsibility each year and to be appropriately
compensated for my efforts and contributions.
' 问 : 你 n { P ‹ 过 í 你 $ Æ Ç 计 划 一 > $ a · + ?
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¼ ª ’ K 你 要 0 % • 者 ò 服 你 ` • 8 a 位 , 是 œ B • ‰ & 1
Q:,ave you ever taken a position that didn$t fit into your long term plan?
A:&ack in the late eighties, when (all *treet was booming, I was lured away with a high
paying offer in a firm that was trading commodities on the Asian market. >ven though I had
success in the #ob, I /uickly reali2ed that the work wasn$t fulfilling or challenging enough to
keep me happy. *o, after two years, I #umped back into the corporate world as a controller
for one of the metal plants of my corporation. I$ve since moved up in the finance area, and
my long term plans include staying in this industry and assuming greater responsibility in
the area of financial planning and control.
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$ 工 作 是 ¿ 一 > ? j ) 是 ¿ H “ ó E Y Ø ƒ L 利 ê ?
Q:9ther than work, tell me about an activity you$ve remained interested in over several
A:I ve been involved in <ancer *ociety fundraising ever since my grandmother died 
from the disease. In the back of my mind I guess I m hoping that the research can lead to 
findings in time to save the life of someone else in my family.
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ˆ B Ò 你 $ ø 答 ' † 工 作 $ 要 í ´ b w È 1
Q:(hat do you do in your spare time?
A:I really en#oy getting outsideJI often go camping and hiking. I$ve learned a lot about
different fabrics that are good for various weather conditions. "hat$s why I$m so interested
in your te%tile operations.
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l 1 ´ å u ³ ˆ ± Ä Å 过 ú É È , 你 $ 个 人 Æ Ç í a å Æ Ç ^ 一 > + ?

Q o you have a balanced lifestyle?
A:I make an effort to get out of the office at a reasonable hour twice a week. I go home
and walk my dog. "hat s one of the most rela%ing things I do, but it often helps me think 
of solutions for problems at work, even though I$m not consciously trying to solve those
'3 问 : Í ¼ å ù % & K Á U 你 $ 工 作 Æ Ç ?
你 $ 个 › , æ ª ’ K # í 你 í † 工 作 $ ^ ( › 1
Q:(hat outside activities complement your work interests? 
A:I ve always en#oyed tennis. In many ways it$s a game of strategy and pacing. (hen 
something isn t working in the first set, you have to change your strategy for the second 
set. Gou also have to pace your energy in case you go to a third set, and constantly watch
and read your opponent$s reactions. I$m a gutsy tennis playerJI go for the big points
sometimes but I$m careful with timing. "hat s the way I am at work, too. 
'4 问 : 谈 谈 你 H å ù ° ; 时 â > ¬ $ Y 你 工 作 L T U $ 构 Ä 1
: ö 1 你 K ¿ K 突 破 G 规 « ¬ ½ u $ × ú ê ? 一 • 要 ` 些 具 ª $ ¤ ¥ 1
Q:"ell me about a time you were in a recreational setting and got an idea that helped in
your work.
A:I was on vacation in )e%ico and saw a woman with a homemade seesaw she was
using to lift her laundry basket when she needed something out of it. It gave me an idea for
a new type of scaffolding, which I designed when I got back to work. =ow our brick masons
have a rotating bench that keeps their materials at waist level, which reduces back fatigue.
'' 问 : H 你 â ÿ $ % & » , 你 $ 个 › 是 ë ì Y ³ ½ È $ ?
ï ^ ÿ ‰ 险 \ ÿ M ‰ $ 个 › 1
Q:,ow is your personality reflected in the kinds of activities you en#oy? 
A:I love to cook and entertain. "hat s the salesman coming out in me. I love sharing 
e%periences with people, and I$m very outgoing. I don t particularly en#oy being alone. I 
always feel as if I should be doing something.
'5 问 : Í ¼ å ù % & L U ^ 你 î 工 作 做 ¬ ] Ê ?
Ž Š n Ê 过 • 1
Q:(hat kinds of leisure activities help you perform your work better?
A:I en#oy sitting outside during lunch and talking with students. It gives me a chance to
get fresh air, but it also helps the students get comfortable with me, so they re more 
likely to seek my help when they need it.
'9 问 : 你 做 些 Í ¼ Ÿ l f 9 : è Ü ?
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Q:(hat do you do to rela%?
A:I have a great family. (eekends are like a vacation for me. (hen I m at work, I 
focus on work, but when I$m home on weekends, work really is far from my mind.
9ne of the smartest things I did was to move twenty miles outside of town6 even the
drive home is rela%ing.
5! 问 : . ë 你 ² ³ 9 : 7 F 力 X , 你 î > 做 些 Í ¼ Ÿ l È Y 复 7 力 ?
Y H 你 $ À 力 + ?
Q:If you found yourself getting burned out, what would you do to revitali2e your
A:I don t allow myself to get involved in a routine to the point that I get burned out. 
I$ve always been the type of person who asks for new assignments so that I stay motivated
and interested.
5 问 : 我 ) Ø ƒ 认 : Œ b ` © 时 间 o 加 ¢ Z % & , 你 • ¼ É Ë ” t 2 ú ?
效 率 T 工 作 $ ? ø • & ` g ä , Í ¼ & â K ‰ Š 你 ” • 工 作 ?
Q:9ur company believes that employees should give time back to the community. ,ow
do you feel about it?
A:I believe that, too. In my last #ob as manager I told each of my employees that they
could spend one Briday afternoon a month at a charity of their choice on company time as
long as they weren t all gone on the same Bridays. Ironically, 
productivity didn$t decrease at all6 they got more done in the morningJand I guess
Briday afternoons weren$t that productive to begin with. I$ve spent my afternoons with an
adult reading program.
5+ 问 : Í ¼ ¢ Ì § ¨ K g ¬ B 你 $ J å @ K , œ f 你 V 别 ƒ Æ Ç ?
高 a å Ì & ‡ $ M N 1
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Q:(hat community pro#ects that can use your professional skills are particularly
interesting to you?
A:As a marketing person, I$ve offered free advice to our local high school for its fund
raisers, as well as to a local real estate office whose success could help my rural
community$s real estate values.
50 问 : . ë 你 L ‘ 4 å ù 时 间 , 你 > • • 利 g j ?
Q:If you had unlimited leisure time, how would you spend that time?
A:I don t think I could ever be happy with lots of spare time. I d probably travel, learn  
another language, and spend more time with my two charities. I$d also take more courses
in accounting.
51 问 : H Z ï 工 作 ± g r ó E , 一 § Î & ± ÿ Ê 是 ë ì 0 你 › 益 $ ?
Q escribe how a
sport or hobby taught you a lesson in teamwork or discipline.
A:)y football coach from high school taught me always to watch out for the other guy.
If you do, he$ll cover you when you need him to. I$ve applied that principle in all my work
groups, especially on the trading floor.
53 问:Bé$时é,你–—÷Äõ时间Y去工作还是’–“其9x?:ͼ?
答:我$作•时间是ªL计划$,9:ÚÛ我一à要ß 1j3 个>1"ê,我!制•计划,但,一•
È ¡ # í • 你 $ 个 › , ï 时 j 还 # í • 你 Y 工 作 $ _ ` K 力 1
Q:(hen you aren$t at work, do you prefer to stick to a schedule, or do you prefer to be
spontaneous? (hy?
A:)y workday is very structured because I$m generally in four or five meetings a day. 9n
the weekends, I like to have a plan, but not necessarily a set schedule. "hat in itself is a
rela%ing change of pace for me, but I feel I$d be wasting time with no plan at all.
54 问 : ¡ ¡ 你 è n $ 一 个 Æ Ç 1
$ Æ Ç ^ ( 1 一 • 要 谈 谈 你 ³ 时 $ Æ Ç • • í 你 $ a å L a ´ 1
Q:"ell me about an interest that you outgrew.
A:>arly on, I wanted to be a research physician. "hen I spent time in a chemistry lab
and reali2ed I wasn t looking forward to the ne%t two years of lab work. "hat$s why I$ve 
chosen marketing for medical e/uipment instead. It combines my respect for the medical
profession with a #ob that$s more suited to my personality.
5' 问 : e f 一 Ž 你 É 过 $ \ ñ S Y 你 L o p $ Ç 0 1

Q escribe a movie you$ve seen that really inspired you.
A:I loved one part of an otherwise depressing movie, 9ne Blew over the <uckoo$s =est. In
one scene the nurse refuses to turn on the "? for the (orld *eries, so Hack =icholson looks
at the blank screen and starts narrating as though the game were actually on. "he other
patients gather around him and follow the game. I thought that scene was an e%ample of
the power of visuali2ation in making things happen.
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, œ H - è Ü , 要 & ‹ 你 $ ò ! 1
Q:(hat would you do if I told you that I thought you were giving a very poor interview
A:(ell, the first thing I d do is ask you if there was any specific part of the interview 
that you thought I might have mishandled. After that I d think back and try to remember if 
there had been any faulty communication on my part. "hen I$d try to review possible
problems I had understanding your /uestions, and I$d ask for clarification if I needed it.
Binally, if we had time, I d try to respond more fully and appropriately to the problem 
areas you identified for me.
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Q:,ave you ever been fired?

A uring one of my summer internships while in college, I worked for a software
consulting company. )idway through the summer a new president was appointed because
of some financial difficulties, and he re/uested the resignation of my entire group. I was
swept out with everyone else, even though my work performance had never been
9! 问 : d e 我 , 你 y ! $ { | ± 者 教 授 是 Í ¼ • $ 1
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Q:"ell me about your least favorite manager or professor.
A:(ell, I ve been pretty fortunate as far as managers go, and I didn t have any  
problems with my professors. In my first #ob out of college I worked with a manager who
was pretty inaccessible. If you walked into his office to ask a /uestion, you got the sense
that you were bothering him, so we #ust learned to get help from each other instead. I
wouldn$t say he was my least favorite manager, because he was a good manager in a lot
of ways, but I would have preferred that he$d made himself more available to us and given
us more direction.
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Q:(hy weren t your grades better? 
A:*chool was a wonderful e%perience for me. I really en#oyed learning new ideas, I
studied consistently, and I was attentive in class. &ut I never believed in cramming before
the night of an e%am #ust to get a higher grade or staying up all night to finish a term
paper. I really believe I learned #ust as much as many students who went for the grades.
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Q:(hy did you decide to ma#or in history?
A:It was a difficult chocice because I was also attracted to government, international
relations, and economics. &ut the study of history allowed me to combine all three,
especially by focusing on economic history. (hat s more, I found several of the professors 
in the department to be e%ceptionally knowledgeable and stimulating.
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Q:(as there a course that you found particularly challenging?
A:Initially I was completely overwhelmed by the introductory chemistry course that I
took last year. =o matter how hard I studied, I seemed to be getting nowhere. I failed the
first three /ui22es. *o I tried a new approach. Instead of #ust studying by myself, I asked a
friend who s a chemistry ma#or to help me with my studies. I also began seeking help 
from the professor after class. And I found that more time spent in the lab was critical. I
ended up with a & plus in the course and thought I achieved a solid understanding of the
material. )ore than that, I learned that tackling a new field of study sometimes re/uires a
new approach, not #ust hard work, and that the help of others can be crucialM
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Q:(hy didnt you participate more in e%tracurricular activities? 
A:I wanted to give as much effort as possible to my studies. I came from a high school
in a very small town, where I received a lot of As, but this didn$t prepare me very well for
college. *o I studied very hard. I have, however, found time to e%plore the city and make
new friends, and I do sociali2e informally on weekends. 

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