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In part 3 of this series, you get the lowdown in preparation for job-seeks to get fully prepared on performance-based interviewing.
To prepare, take a few minutes and pull out your big strengths (4-5) and a few weaknesses tying each one to a specific accomplishment and writing down a few extra details for each, then practice describing each strength with the example. These should be about 1 minute in length each. Remember, these examples are what interviewers remember, not the general statements. In a nutshell, by taking some time to compile your list of ‘greats’ and itemizing your related skill-sets for each can help you rise above the competition in the minds of your interview panel.
Read Part 3 of this LinkedIn series.