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Senior Vice President was asked...August 26, 2012

What was your last job in the Army

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my last job

in the army is 6 months mision in the HQ RS first pritection in the base

Nursing

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Accenture

Don't you think George Bush set this country up for failure?

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I think this question was also innappropriate.

You could consider it a test of argumentation capability. In this case say exactly that, then give arguments both in favor and against. If the follow up question comes "Well what is your opinion, then?", say that you do have one, and you are willing to give it, but not in the context of an application interview, since this is inappropriate question in the given context. Less

wow...not an appropriate question i believe

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J.P. Morgan

Least favorite task

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Managing people

J.P. Morgan

Most successful project

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Able to extract savings in excess of 50 million

North 6th Agency

How will you make us a better company?

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I ensure to hold myself accountable; you will get 100% of me every day. I have consistently built my portfolio year over year and my clients, vendors, and direct reports don’t hesitate to follow me. Although I have ensured to develop my technical skills, I also recognize the importance of listening, being present, and creating a trusted environment. Less

This was an interesting question. The CEO prefaced it by saying that the company only hires "pro positives" or "net positives" (can't remember the phrase) and people who will make the company better at this stage. He was much less concerned with my resume and experience and more interested in my philosophy and energy. I have been in communications for 20+ years and will say that I have only met a few people who genuinely inspired me the way the CEO did. I am still actively interviewing and just came in for the first round, which is why I chose "no" below for the offer question. Less

Berkshire Bank

Centered around situational management.

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Biggest surprise was just the overall self-righteous tone of questions.

Wow, right on!

UPRISING

Describe your ideal career opportunity, providing specifics about what you do and do not want in that opportunity.

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I want to have the freedom to be who I am and contribute at the level I am capable of contributing without being hand-held and controlled by my leadership. I require a high-trust environment built on kindness and mutual respect. Less

What I could contribute to the success of the company

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MY knowledge and experience will be invaluable

The Center for Reproductive Rights

Competency based questions to gauge technical and people skills

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Practical situations you have dealt with in the past ; what your role was; what you did what you achieved or what you learned and how you will apply that learning Less

FHPL

It was leadership related questions.

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Causal. Interview was democratic.

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