Step 2 of Interview Preparation: Reflect and Resolve Questions

by Dec 4, 2018

Knowing you have the interview time set means you must shift from many-application-mode to focused-preparation-mode. In step one of Alia Hollback’s 8 Steps for preparing for your interview, you researched the role and company, now should take the time to consider if you have any questions and possible concerns.

To the extent possible, take time beforehand to resolve any questions you have about the opportunity balance with your needs, wants and values. According to Hollback, Step 2 is this time to “know your values and ask questions.”  It is better to go into the interview with as many answers as possible, especially to the questions that only you can answer. 

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