Interview

Interviews exist because the organization you want to work for has a puzzle to solve, and it is this:

From the pool of qualified candidates we’ve assembled, who is most likely to contribute and thrive in the role?

Interviewing well is a skill developed over time with knowledge, preparation and practice. Like anything complex, expect to start out worse than you planned, and improve after putting in effort over time. Some forms of interviewing, like consulting cases and coding challenges, also have specific norms that are unique and require added attention to master.

✅ If you’re looking for information about how to decline an interview invitation, check out this post.

There are five main tasks when preparing for an interview. Each has an explanation and steps in the buttons below.

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5 Technical Interview Questions for All Careers

Technical interview questions are, unsurprisingly, the main part of a technical interview. They’re the questions that dig deep into your skills and abilities and give you a chance to show in real time what you’re capable of.

While one of …

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Land into Your Dream Job by Story Telling, Not Fact Telling

You have an upcoming interview, and you want to leave a great impression on the hiring panel. How do you approach it?

 

The Expectations of Hiring Managers Have Changed

 

Traditionally, candidates go over their fact books, trying to …

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Ivy Exec is your dedicated career development resource.
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Common Job Interview Questions and Answers (Sample PDF)

Congrats! The hiring manager was impressed with your application and wants to schedule a job interview with you. Taking a look at these common job interview questions and answers can help you prepare.

Common Job Interview Questions and Answers (Sample …

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Interviewing for a Remote Job? Here’s What You Need to Know

Telecommuting, remote jobs, work-from-home positions … whatever you call them, you may have applied for an offsite position at some point during your job search. While the perks of a remote job may be obvious—no commute, flexible schedule, fewer co-worker …

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The Ultimate Guide to Body Language during a Job Interview: Part II

Body language is incredibly important during a job interview. In fact, it’s perhaps even more important than your tone of voice and your choice of words. The reason for this is your inflection and vocabulary can be practiced and memorized …

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We help applicants, students, job-seekers and professionals like you find the right career path using the power of firsthand experiences.
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Quinncia

Quinncia is an interactive artificial intelligence-based platform that helps you practice telling your story, through building a strong resume and …

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