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Beachbody
Senior Director Marketing was asked...July 20, 2018

Got some tough questions as it relates to direct selling.

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Spoke about my experience.

Why would you turn down another job if you didn't have a written offer in hand from this company? Seems like a rookie mistake on your end. Less

Yeah. Kind of silly to turn down another job offer with nothing written in hand. Very silly Less

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Amazon

Phone Interview Questions: Why Amazon? Tell us a success story. Tell us where you will be in 5 years. Tell us what you could have done better? Tell us a time you negotiated. Tell us how did you use data to inform marketing decisions? Tell us a product sold on Amazon. Tell us Amazon competitors. Tell us your strengths. Tell us what you believe your role would be? Per Amazon's Leadership Principles, please give an example from your professional experiences that relates to each principle and & illustrates the principle. Principles are: 1) Customer Obsession. Start with Customer & work back 2) Ownership: Leaders are Owners and never say this is not my job 3) Invent & Simplify: expect and require innovation 4) Leaders are right a lot. Have strong judgments and seek diverse opinions to disconfirm beliefs. 5) Learn & Be Curious. Never done learning. explore 6)Hire & Develop the best. 7) Insist on high standards. Relentlessly high. Raising the bar. 8) Think Big. create and communicate a bold direction. 9) Bias for Action. Speed matters. Value calculated risks. 10) Frugality. Do more with less. 11) Earn trust. Listen. Speak candid. respect others. 12) Have a Backbone. Disagree and commit to a direction when decision is made. Audit. be Skeptical 13) Deliver Results

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Prepared in advance, Do you research. Hours of interviews with a lot of people before final decision is made. All along the process everyone are polite but it Feels very one sided and heavy handed/Big Brother-ish: ie they dont really care about you, if you would like to know more about the job or about the people you would be working with because they are Amazon and there are a zillion other people who'd kill to work here and have the job you are interviewing for.... Less

I am one of the best candidates for this position and I would love to become a part of the Amazon Company Less

Revionics

What is your experience with competitive intelligence?

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I explained that I create a series of sales tools that help support competitive intelligence from high level overviews to detailed battle cards. Less

David Systems

Develop a 30 - 90 - 365 day plan based on the limited job description & what I'd learned about this new role. Present the plan

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I created a commercially sensitive, actionable plan

Duke University

What accomplishment on your resume are you most proud of?

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Describe a media placement that was difficult.

Adchemy

Here is a magic box that does algorithmic signal matching [hinting at the Adchemy "secret sauce" intent matching algo]. What would be the ranking logic for two ads that have the exact same bidding and reputation (relevance)?

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This one is probing for core search algo knowledge, metrics like CTR, keyword generation, auction marketplace. It's a real design problem one would encounter on the job. Looking for logic and thought flow in problem solving. Less

Soraa

Are you a family man?

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Id rather not comment thats not a permissable question to ask during interview.

Pathways Home Health and Hospice

If you were to re-brand Pathways, what colors would you pick for the logo?

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Branding is the complete sum of how your company is perceived--or experienced--in the marketplace. An effective brand energizes its followers/users and promotes its products and services. A brand is a reflection of your company's identity, and should be the first people think of when they think of your type of business. That being said, one should pick colors that reflect the organizations character. I see Pathways as a vibrant, caring organization that has solid roots in local communities. It is an expert in the field of home health, hospice, and private duty. Your colors should be strong, vibrant, and hopeful. I'd pick a rich blue and a striking green. Blue represents stability, but is also calming. It is the color of the sky and the ocean. Green is a hopeful, refreshing color. It is the color of spring, of growth, and of trees. Less

World Financial Group

What do you think about our company and life insurance underwriting as a whole? You know all the negative things about our company on the internet? There's simply no basis. I hope you didn't take them seriously?

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I've heard about your company from family members and I know very little about insurance but I am willing to learn. Regarding your company on the internet; I understand that there will always be negative criticism towards a company no matter how good they are. Less

Vail Resorts

Would you consider future opportunities?

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No thank you.

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