Kusuma Foundation Country Representative Interview Questions

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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3+ weeks. I interviewed at Kusuma Foundation in August 2011.

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The initial contact was through a recruiter who screened applications and then passed on my resume to the company. The first step was a Skype call in which a member of the UK Board and the international CEO were involved. I cleared that and was then asked to demonstrate skills in the area of operations of the Company. A topic was mailed to me through e mail at a designated time and then I had to prepare a one or two page note on the subject and mail it back within a maximum time of 60 minutes. This too, I was successfully able to do. Finally was the panel interview. The panellists were the Chair of the Indian Board, A member of the UK Board and the international CEO. The interview was a behavioural interview where a number of scenarios were presented and I was asked about how I would handle each one of them. This particular interview was tough and i did not make it here.

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  • There is a defecit in your organization which threatens to derail the attainment of your programme objectives. How will you deal with this situation   1 Answer
  • There is a difference of opinion on a particular matter between the UK Board and the Indian Board. How will you manage the differences, so that both the Boards feel heard and their voice respected.   1 Answer
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