I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Gallup in April 2013.
Interview Details – Very lengthy in terms of the process. Started the interview process over a month ago. Just took my 3rd interview today. Its a very intriguing interview. I didn't apply for a consultant position but clearly the process is trying to determine if their other jobs would match your talents.
Interview Question – What makes a good consultant? Are you good with numbers? Explain? What type of company do you want to work for? Should you ever tell a customer no? Explain? What management theory do you follow? View Answer
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Gallup.
Interview Details – After completing the online behavioral assessment and "passing" I was contacted by an HR rep to set up a time for a phone interview with an HR member. The interview was exactly like the online behavioral assessment except for some extra questions requiring examples.
Interview Question – How do you give back to society? Answer Question
Interviewed at Gallup
Interview Details – First finish a bunch of behavior questions online( about 40 minutes ), 3 days later, get an email for telephone interview. The interviewer just read from some prepared sheets and asked a series of behavior questions.
Interview Question – They ask questions like: how would you rate yourself of responsibility on a scale of ten. Please give me some examples to demonstrate that. Or, are you a creative guy? What's the most creative thing have you done lately. I'think I'm doing good on those questions and examples. Don't know why they reject me. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 4 months - interviewed at Gallup in March 2013.
Interview Details – I went through an online questionnaire, three phone interviews and a final face-to-face interview with the regional president and performance manager. The entire process took about four months. Initially, I applied for a position in the Irvine office and then half way through was told the only position available was in the Chicago office. I was told that I was one of four candidates and they only were going to hire one candidate at the time.
Interview Question –
They are very adamant about consultative selling and want rainmakers to find new clients to sell their services. Tell me a time when you used consultative selling to close a deal.....Tell me a time when you.....
All of the interviews are behavioral until you reach the final face-to-face interviews. They are looking for a specific type of person so there is no point in faking it. There are no case interview questions like other consulting firms. Answer Question
I applied online and interviewed at Gallup.
Interview Details – I initially had a phone interview, which was exactly as other posts describe it. The phone interviewer cannot elaborate on questions and is basically just there to ask the questions and obtain the data for review. After reading the other interview posts it was pretty much what I expected so thankfully I was not thrown off-guard. A suggestion I found helpful was to wait after answering a yes/no question to see if the interviewer would like you to explain why (instead of just going in to your explanation right away, because some of the questions are just simply yes/no). Most of the questions that were asked were pretty straight forward and there were quite a few “tell me about a time”. The phone-interview is pretty much like an impersonal survey (where you still have to represent yourself to the best of your ability). I did not mind it and enjoyed the challenge of a “non-traditional” interview.
I applied online - interviewed at Gallup in March 2013.
Interview Details –
2nd interview - After the first interview, they told me 'on the phone' that they were scheduling a second. (I AM WAITING FOR THE NEXT INTERVIEW.) They'll be calling me to schedule the next one in 3-5 days.
It was certainly MUCH more intense that the first interview. At one point, I looked at my clock & realized only 30 minutes had passed & I had another 30 to go.
Interview Question –
What are your favorite psychological theories?
Which are most relevant to you and people you have coached?
What do you want to be paid?
-Just about EVERY question has an explanation that's needed.
Tell me about a time you took a company from bad to better.
Explain an aggressive work situation.
Explain a time when you had to be aggressive at work.
Explain a time when you were in the wrong. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Gallup.
Interview Details – I applied online. First round consists of a phone interview. It will be a series of rapid fire questions and it lasted 40 minutes. I am sure they would have asked me around 200 questions during this time. They expect our answers to be concise and to the point. Sometimes they ask the same question again and again with little change in the usage of words. All you need is to stay calm and give your answers whatever it be. And be ready to give an example for whatever you say.
Interview Question – Nothing technical here. At least for the 1st round. Answer Question
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