Negotiating Interview Questions

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“If you can not handle a problem with customer what will you do?”

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“What's it going to take to get you to accept this job?”

“Think of a time when your success in negotiating was due to the other party’s trust in you. Walk me through how you earned that trust.”

“Why do I want to leave my current position. I must sound positive, but it's hard when you don't care for your boss.”

“When was a time you had to overcome a difficult customer?”

“How would you handle outliers/dissenters and those not aligning with your plan.”

“"What is your salary number?" asked during first interview. (A well-known technique for getting candidates to lowball themselves. Most candidates will blurt out the lowest number they will accept...”

Assistant at Goodwill

Nov 26, 2012

“The one I wasn't expecting was to offer a detailed example of a situation where I had to deal with a difficult coworker. I was asked what I did (if anything) to resolve the situation.”

President at CareerPro

Jul 21, 2012

“Describe a situation in which you had to handle a difficult employment issue.”

“What are your salary requirements?”

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