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Learning and Development Consultant Interview (Negative Experience; Average Interview)
The process took a day - interviewed at Gallup in July 2011.
Interview Details – Interview process included no questions about position itself- more so personality questions to assess fit with the organization's goals. Did not provide me with an opportunity to discuss skills around the actual work, which I found intriguing.
Interview Question – Do you have to be the best at what you do? View Answer
Learning and Development Consultant Interview (Negative Experience; Difficult Interview)
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Gallup in October 2012.
Interview Details – Scheduling the phone interview is very straight forward. You call the number given in the email and they give you a date and time for a phone interview. It will be a behavior interview with questions similar to those on the survey you took for the application. They may asked you to be a little more specific and give examples, so use the STAR approach (Situation, Task, Action, Result). Please remember it is by phone so do not ramble and get straight to the point of example).
Interview Question – The most difficult part of the survey is the interviewer is trained not to give any verbal cues so you have no clue if your answers are good or not. This is a little frustrating when done over the phone- which is exactly the point of the phone interview.
I believe one of my most difficult questions was something to the effect of how do you know if you are a good leader?
Another question is Would you rather sell to a lot of clients for small amounts or one big client for a big amount? Answer Question
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