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Lesson Posted on 08 May Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Interview Skills

Interview Question - WHAT IS YOUR WEAKNESS?

S. Srinivasan

Career Consultant with 30 years of experience in India, Europe and Middle East Asia. Have totally rejuvenated...

Interview Question: WHAT IS YOUR GREATEST WEAKNESS? Perhaps I have to use the past tense to answer this question because my greatest weakness as a student WAS to prioritise the tasks in hand. But I have managed to successfully overcome this weakness during my studies. While I was pursuing graduation... read more

Interview Question:

WHAT IS YOUR GREATEST WEAKNESS?

Perhaps I have to use the past tense to answer this question because my greatest weakness as a student WAS to prioritise the tasks in hand. But I have managed to successfully overcome this weakness during my studies.

While I was pursuing graduation at college, I used to visit a small restaurant during weekends. If a customer walks in and orders for an egg sandwich and the shop owner is busy preparing food for other customers, then he would take out an egg and keep it on the left corner of the table. Once he is done with other orders, he could remember that the egg sandwich is yet to be prepared because he can see the egg lying on the table. Similarly, he keeps aside a potato, a tomato and so on, according to the orders.

This simple technique motivated me to learn in detail about this management theory, and I have started practising this procedure ever since.

Luckily, I have had an opportunity to learn as to how to convert my weakness into strength, and I will continue to learn such new techniques in future also.

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Lesson Posted on 16 Jan Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Interview Skills Tuition

How To Have A Successful Interview

Sophia B.

Sophia Lorena is the Founder of Sophie s School of Confidence Image Consulting Agency. She is a full-service...

How to Have a Successful Interview They may ask to write a short story or frame a story They may give a comprehensive passage and ask questions from that passage They may give a few pointers and ask to write an email based on those pointers so must know the format of a basic email Tentatively... read more

How to Have a Successful Interview

They may ask to write a short story or frame a story 

They may give a comprehensive passage and ask questions from that passage

They may give a few pointers and ask to write an email based on those pointers so must know the format of a basic email

 

Tentatively asked questions

Tell me about yourself?

My name is Ravi (full name). I am born and brought up in  Hyderabad.   I just answered my Btech in ……

My Dad is a retired government employee

I like Amazon for it’s organised and proficient service as an eCommerce service provider

I like the corporate setup and  interacting with people that’s why I am applying for the post of the customer service representative

I enjoy technology

In my free time, I engage myself in art and painting

 What are your salary expectations?

I would go by the company norms

Will you do a night shift?

Yes

How soon can you join?

Within a week

 

How To Write Professional Email Messages

1.To

The primary recipient will come first

Cc – secondary recipient

Bcc – mention the email id of the person you don’t want others to see

  1. Subject title ( should be appropriate to the message you want to convey)

Example

Regarding interview

Submitting documents

Thank you for the interview

  1. Greeting (should be followed by a comma)

Dear Sir/ Madam,   ( if you don’t know whether the person is male or female)

Dear Sir,

Dear Madam,

Dear Mr Reddy, ( never use Mr. or Mrs With the first name)

Example the person is Raghav Reddy

Address the person as Dear Mr Reddy,

Do not address a lady as Mrs If you are not sure she is married. You can address her as Ms.

Example –  Swetha Reddy

Dear Ms Reddy,

  1. Sentences to begin the email.

Example

I am writing to you to mention about ….

I am writing to bring to your notice that ……

I am writing to thank you for the interview…

I am writing to you regarding the interview last week…

  1. Concluding the letter first part

Example

Request – I request you to kindly look into the matter at the earliest

Apology – once again I apologize for the delay

Thanking  - once again I thank you for this great opportunity

  1. Concluding the letter second part

I appreciate your cooperation in this matter and look forward to your response

  1. final greeting

Sincerely,

Raghav Reddy

(sincerely should be followed by a comma)

 

Question – you had an interview last week, you did not submit the necessary certificates to HR on Monday but for some reason, you want to submit on Thursday

 

Subject – delay in submitting documents

Dear Sir/ Madam,

I am writing to you regarding the submission of my certificates. First of all, I would like to thank you for the opportunity. I apologize for not submitting the certificates on Monday. I had to urgently go to my hometown to collect some important documents so I was not able to come to your office.

I will be there definitely on Thursday.

I appreciate your co-operation in this matter.

Sincerely,

Swetha Reddy

 

Group Discussion Tips and Rules to Succeed

 

For any group discussion, we have first divided into four parts. The first paragraph would be what the subject actually means, two – it’s good points, three – it’s bad points and finally would your personal opinion.

For example the topic is – Caste system in India

 

  1. Describe what the subject means – caste system in India is a system where people are divided into groups and subgroups depending on their karma, which is the work they have done and dharma, which is the religion.
  2. Mention the good points or strong points above the subject in the second paragraph – In the divisions and the subdivisions the caste system is divided in, the advantage is the people of the community stay united and support each other.
  3. Mention weak points if the subject has any. Most subjects will have a good point and a bad point or pros and cons as we call them. – The bad point about the caste system is that people are divided, it can create disunity, arguments and discrimination
  4. In conclusion, you can give your personal opinion – in my opinion, the caste system is not really a good system, India is a developing country, Indians are now getting recognized for their work and skills. Business in India is growing and so India is on a global map. The divisions like caste system should not be a hindering factor to India’s unity, integrity and development.

 

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Lesson Posted on 24/07/2019 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Interview Skills

Why should you get a job when your resume is just as anyone else's?

Sushmita Aduri

I am a Certified Image Consultant, Life Skills coach, Drama based facilitator, Trainer accredited to...

Resume Writing - The very first step to a job search and is an important aid that helps you to land in your dream job. The question is, Are you doing it right? If your resume looks like your colleague's how will you get a job. Do you know how much time any interviewer takes to screen your resume? 6... read more

Resume Writing - The very first step to a job search and is an important aid that helps you to land in your dream job. The question is, Are you doing it right? If your resume looks like your colleague's how will you get a job.

Do you know how much time any interviewer takes to screen your resume? 6 Seconds !! Yes, just 6 seconds. So you just have got those 6 seconds to make the difference.

Keep these in mind while writing your resume.

1. Write a clear objective which will stand out?

2. Make it easy to din the information for the interviewer/recruiter

3. Focus on accomplishments, Eg; Awarded the best employee of the year. or organised the college fest, etc

4. Resume should not exceed more than a page and half.

5. Check for typo errors. Proofread.

Any questions, post below or contact me for the Interviewing skills workshop.

Happy Learning!

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Lesson Posted on 20/05/2019 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Interview Skills Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Tips to nail the interview

Hima Bindu More

Dale Carnegie certified trainer with 11 years of experience in soft skills and behavioural skills training....

When you are finally selected for the face to face round, it is obvious to get excited as well as nervous. Below tips can help you dealing with both and boosting your confidence. 1. Understand the requirement: Go through job description in details 2. Know the company: Reason for their existence, business... read more

When you are finally selected for the face to face round, it is obvious to get excited as well as nervous. Below tips can help you dealing with both and boosting your confidence.

1. Understand the requirement: Go through job description in details

2. Know the company: Reason for their existence, business model, profit and loss

3. Prepare in advance: Anticipate questions and prepare

4. Update your CV: Match the CV with Job Description and update accordingly 

5. Be Punctual: Arrive much before the scheduled time

6. Dress up well: Focus on your attire, it must suit your attitude

7. Be Confident: Show the confidence in your body language

8. Be Honest: Lies will not save you longer. So be conscious 

9. Body Language: Compliment it with your speech

10. Salary Negotiations: Be reasonable while negotiating 

Following the above 10 rules will help you in nailing the interview easier.

 

 

 

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Lesson Posted on 20/12/2018 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Interview Skills Functional Training/Aviation /Air hostess Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personality Development Training

How to develop your personality to clear a Job interview and / become a Cabin Crew/Flight Attendant/Air hostess ?

Special Persona By Astha Gill

Special persona by Astha Gill is a well nurtured learning gallery highly focused on result oriented trainings...

Hello Boys and Girls, After spending almost two decades in the aviation industry, I feel it is essential to make the best of you take the feel of the sky. It is essential for you to understand what it takes to be a Flight attendant, how you can get your dream job and how you can be on cloud 9. At... read more

Hello Boys and Girls,

After spending almost two decades in the aviation industry, I feel it is essential to make the best of you take the feel of the sky.

It is essential for you to understand what it takes to be a Flight attendant, how you can get your dream job and how you can be on cloud 9.

At my Learning Gallery, the Candidates Credit a Special Persona Lifestyle to their accounts and within two months, they can develop a personality that matches the Aviation standards.

Let me give you a gist of what you must start doing to be the choice of the Airline's Recruitment Team.

 

Do's:

  • Minimum Height - Females 155 cms and Males- 170 cms.
  • Weight - In proportion to Height
  • Qualification: Minimum 10+2 
  • Age: Minimum 18 for Indian Carriers /Airlines and 21 for International Operators.
  • Communication skills: Must be able to speak, understand and read - Hindi and English
  • Foreign Language: added advantage
  • Nationality: Indian

 

Don'ts:

  • Permanent tattoos not allowed. ( Arms, Legs below knees, hand, face, neck etc.)
  • Scars: visible scars on the face, neck,  forearm, arms, hands or legs (below knees)etc. Not allowed

 

Documentation:

Passport, Pan Card, 10+2 pass certificate , Aadhar card are mandatory documents. 

Is Certified training mandatory to become a crew: NO

Then how does one prepare for the interview?

Make sure you develop your language skills, read loudly, speak English regularly, Read the newspaper and watch English shows, all this to start with.

Your Body language, dressing sense and behaviour must be matured and professional.

Grooming is an essential check. So watch out on Hygiene, Makeup and Formal look. 

As mentioned above, no technical/certified training are required to appear for Cabin Crew/Flight Attendant interview. However, a short duration Training that helps you develop your overall personality is essential in most cases.

Such short duration training that focuses on the attributes mentioned above and aims to help you clear the interview must be taken from Industry experts who can help you develop a personality that shall help you become successful in every kind of job interview that you are aiming for. 

Unfortunately, many youngsters are wandering in search of knowing what to do and how to go about cleaning a job interview, and the search has resulted in wastage of a lot of money! 

Many famous, well-established institutes are minting money and befooling candidates...they have useless long duration training which serves no purpose. 

It is important to be brutally truthful...every academy must enrol candidates only if they are eligible for a job, The Candidates must not be given false hope. 

 

I am glad that my learning gallery has been able to make many candidates successful... their varied interest includes-  Aviation, Civil services, Teaching, Engineering and many other fields...But they have managed to fetch themselves the job of their choice. It is because they were first assessed and then suggested what would suit them the best. Their calibre and potential, their strengths and weaknesses and most importantly their interest would be able to decide what is meant for them. 

So, in this post, I want you to introspect yourself and find your real potential ...or else...look out for an expert who can help you move in the right direction.

All the best! 

Looking forward to posting material that helps you get success with a smile!

 

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Lesson Posted on 17/09/2018 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Interview Skills Exam Coaching/Bank Clerical Exam Coaching/Interview prep

Tell me about yourself

Winston Sanke

I am a Mathematics graduate (2004, Loyola college, Chennai) with a Masters in Human Resource Management...

Tell me about yourself: I am (Name) __________________________________I am from (City name) _______________________ (if you lived in more than 1 city please strike through this sentence and refer 2.12.1. I was born in (City 1 Name) _____________________ but brought up in (City 2 name) ___________________________ Qualification:... read more

Tell me about yourself:

I am (Name) __________________________________
I am from (City name) _______________________ (if you lived in more than 1 city please strike through this sentence and refer 2.1
2.1. I was born in (City 1 Name) _____________________ but brought up in (City 2 name) ___________________________

Qualification: I have completed my bachelor’s degree in (Subject) _______________________ and my Masters in (Subject) ___________________
3.1. Additional comments on qualification – ________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________

Projects: Mention goal of the project - _____________________________, where it was done (city) _____________ and (company name) ________ __________________________________
We achieved (mention the results of the goal) ________________________ and I personally contributed towards (mention percentage) ______ of the total project by (explain your role in success of project) _____________________________________________________________
My strengths and weaknesses are (Select the one below also a certain strength can also be your weaknesses and you can talk about the, I have provided the list below) (Choose one or 2) :
Strength

Weakness

Analytical Thinking

Too focussed on analytics and overlook the human element

Flexibility and Adaptability (Changing Environments)

Too flexible that sometimes I lose track of original goals

Ability to Learn Programs and Processes

NA

Extremely Good People Skills

Not process oriented

Confidentiality

Too secretive

Willingness to take on Responsibility

Take on all the work burden and fail to delegate

Devotion to Deadlines

Too focussed on deadlines and overlook the human element.

Ability to Work Under Pressure

I might overachieve as part of a team.

Efficient

NA

Detail-oriented

Too detailed that I get delayed

Ability to cope with failures and learn from mistakes

NA

Ability to prioritise

NA

Organisation and planning

NA

Problem Solving

NA

Punctuality

NA

Self-confidence

Might lead to overconfidence

Teamwork

Might struggle with Individual tasks

Work Ethic

NA

Writing Skills

Not a public speaker

Communication

Get distracted by talking or writing too much.

Interpersonal skills

Love working as a team but struggle with Individual tasks.

Role Model – Who?
7.1. What outstanding quality do you admire in your role model? (resilience, determination, integrity, intelligence, humour, kindness, selflessness, exceptional achievement, strength or an amazing work ethic... or others, mention - ________________________________

My mom is a __________ and dad works for _______________. I have __ Siblings and (mention what he/she/they do) _______________________
My Short-term Goals are (include working in this company) as a goal ______________________
My long-term goals are _________________________________________
My hobbies are _______________________________________________________________________

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Lesson Posted on 19/05/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Interview Skills Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Sample Self-Introduction for an Interview

Hitesh Kakkar

I'm a strategy consultant, an educationist, a marketer, a trainer & a talent acquisition expert for workplace...

Tell me about yourself which can help me to gauge your candidature as an Economist to me? Good morning/Afternoon Sir/Ma’am. Thank you for giving this wonderful opportunity to me to introduce myself to you. I am ————-(Your Name). We are five members in my family including... read more

Tell me about yourself which can help me to gauge your candidature as an Economist to me?

Good morning/Afternoon Sir/Ma’am.

Thank you for giving this wonderful opportunity to me to introduce myself to you. I am ————-(Your Name). We are five members in my family including me.  I am native to —— (City Name), and open to relocate to ________ (city name as mentioned in the job description). Currently, I am pursuing B.A. in Economics at the ___________ (University Name), and I will be entering into final year of my graduation studies in the next couple of months. Ever since, I started studying Economics in my school days. I realized, I enjoy analyzing things connected to the society, and the Mother Nature. Since my childhood days, I have witnessed my family focusing upon correct utilization of house hold items, and guiding us towards understanding the whites, and blacks of the possible outcomes. I believe, this somehow further boosted my interest towards Economics as a career option. 

  • For me Economics is all about making right decisions at the right time, and studying the possible outcomes.
  • I have an analytical approach towards things I do. I believe, that helps me to understand a wide range of issues from what determines the price, causes, and consequences.
  • I believe, economics is having an excellent graduate prospects. Economics is truly all around us. Studying the subject gives me a generalist understanding of the world we live in and its inner workings.
  • The case-based learning emphasis on economics degrees makes it really easy to see how the theory has real-life applications, particularly when considering the recent volatility of global markets.

What I find extremely attractive being an Economist is that the profession is so demanding, everything changes so quickly and every day is a new sunrise. Such a dynamic environment is certainly very exciting, but maybe a little bit stressful too. However, I can multitask, and deal with pressure.

Currently, I want to secure a job with ___________ (company / institute name you are appearing for). 

My long term goal is by gaining work experience of 07-08 years in the field of Economics. I wish to work on a senior position, contributing to the betterment of my work place and the society. 

I am a self-motivated, and a disciplined soul. I am always keen to up-skill myself by learning new things whenever I get a chance. I have done my internship(s) / project(s) from this (these) company (ies), and my role(s) was (were)…….. I am a certified resource in _________ (certification names). 

Apart from studies, I enjoy participating in drama. I am a player of Badminton too.

My strengths are my analytical approach, my human touch to the situations, my appreciable communication, and presentation skills. I believe upon being realistic.

In my free time, I enjoy spending time with friends, sometimes cooking, listening to music, doing drama, reading, travelling, and playing outdoor sports.

Thank you very much for making me to speak about myself. If you have any specific question, pls. ask, I will be glad to answer that.

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Answered on 13 Jul Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Interview Skills

Bharat Chaugule

Leadership Training, NLP Trainer, Personality Development, soft skills, Communication Trainer, Motivational Speaker

Below are some tips for you to follow: - Develop your vocabulary. - Practice English speaking, - After practising, learn grammar and do conversation practices. - Always create an environment in such a way that will support your English speaking. - Make friends who speak English. - Listen and watch English... read more

Below are some tips for you to follow:

- Develop your vocabulary.

- Practice English speaking,

- After practising, learn grammar and do conversation practices.

- Always create an environment in such a way that will support your English speaking.

- Make friends who speak English.

- Listen and watch English news, read English newspapers.

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Answered on 22/06/2016 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Interview Skills

Manish Nair

Trainer

Best is a relative term because it is purely based on the profile you are applying for,Understand that every job profile has a specific skillsets,personality traits and values requirement.you just need to fulfill that.I wish i know your job requirement to help you out with the possible right answer.
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Answered on 13/05/2015 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Interview Skills

Pawan Kumar

Computer Wizard

As someone who actively take interviews for Expedia. This what I look when I interview a candidate for a technical role and most other companies must be looking for similar things. Good problem solving skills coming to final solution is not necessary, but your thought process is what is observed very... read more
As someone who actively take interviews for Expedia. This what I look when I interview a candidate for a technical role and most other companies must be looking for similar things. Good problem solving skills coming to final solution is not necessary, but your thought process is what is observed very carefully. How you approach a problem. Good communication skills , ability to convey what's in your mind. These are the most important skills. After that comes your technical skills which can give you an edge over other candidates. But if you don't have the skills mentioned earlier then there's high probability if not getting selected. And you know what we are given special training to test a candidate on above skills. And the best thing is you can develop these skills by practice and giving mock interview. Let me know if you need any further help. read less
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