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Whether we realize it or not, interviewing for a job is no different from speed dating or giving a product sales pitch. Well think about it: a successful speed dater or presenter has a few minutes to engage their listener and to differentiate him/herself or the product from the competition – just like a successful candidate during a job interview.The common successful denominator for all these people is communicating a strong image of who/ what they are and what they stand for. One question that is often asked in interviews is: What are your strengths and weaknesses?To put it another way, if you were the only person to save your organization, what would you do? Example: One of my strengths is that I love putting out fires before they begin.

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In a world that exists of job titles that our grandparents or even our parents would not understand - think of Beverage Dissemination Officer (bar tender) or Chief Chatter (Call Centre Manager) - what we actually do is not always obvious from the job title.

Therefore make these abstract job titles more concrete by using metaphors (a figure of speech) e.g.

she is the spider in a web in her department, or a simile (saying something is like something else) e.g.

“she communicates like a bulldozer” to explain what you do and how you work.

Example: A Functional SAP Consultant is like an interpreter between the IT software designers and the business clients.

He/ she listens to the client, interprets the client’s needs and informs the software designers about what technical software the client needs to run his/ her business.Be prepared to describe at least three experiences that illustrate how you tackled challenges and met and surpassed any goals.However, don’t communicate it in bullet form, but be like a lawyer who not only holds up exhibit A, B and C, but also puts the information into context by telling a story.Storytelling connects with the emotions of a situation and not only the facts; by doing this you will leave a longer lasting impression of who you are. “About 13 years ago, I was studying for my Master’s in International Relations as well as working part-time as an English trainer.Example using facts: Earlier in my career I came up with a training module which ran for about 12 years. One day I was sat in the library flicking through the Harvard Business Review trying to find articles to support the paper I was writing.Suddenly, my eye caught an advert about doing an Executive Masterclass in Giving Presentations at Harvard University. What if my company were to offer such a course to students learning Business English? But, they couldn’t afford to take time off work to do a week long course which my company was offering at the time.

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