Question 91: Are you a leader?
Answer: Absolutely! I've the leadership quality. Specify your answer by giving some specific examples using your current job as a reference point.
Question 92: How to do measure your own effectiveness?
Answer: I measure my effectiveness by my achievements and the way I've achieved it. Give the examples of two or three of your greatest achievement and also mentioned it how did you achieve this. Also say that if it is not quite enough, I'll be able to create one.
Question 93: How do you evaluate success?
Answer: The measurement of evaluating success differs from person to person. But the ideal answer may like: " According to my point of view, Success depends upon lots of factors like, Intelligence, knowledge, presence of minds, proper guidance, Hard working, dedication, commitment and passion to work. I would like to include a little bit luck factor in it too. The hotchpotch of all these factors makes the success". s
Question 94: If you won a million on the lottery what would you do?
Answer: The answer of this question reflects your thoughts regarding money. The interviewer tries to guess the valve of work and money for you. Do you earning only for money or there is also the place of work in your life if you get plenty of money. The answer differs according to views of the person but it may one of the answers: "Obviously I'll save most of it. May be possible to give a small treat for myself but not waste even a single coin and It is also possible to start my own business, if I am absolutely sure about its success.
Question 95: Are you creative?
Answer: Absolutely yes. Specify your answer by giving some specific examples.
Question 96: What was the last book you read or movie you saw or sporting event you attended? How did it affect you?
Answer: This question is asked to guess your taste and interest about books, sports or films what you prefer more and up to what extent it affects you. Be honest and tell them what you have done among these in the recent period of time. Specify your answer by giving logical view why you choose it and up to what extent had you affected from it. Be truthful because one of the interviewer's panel might have watch it.
Question 97: Tell Me a Story?
Answer: This question is asked to judge your presence of minds, your intelligence and creativity. Before delivering your answer asks the clarification about the question, which type of story do you want to listen. This makes you thoughtful and you have to be specific. Weave a short and meaningful story that establishes you a great thinker. This skill shows your versatility and diversity from others.
Question 98: Tell me about your life at College or University (or even your time in your previous job)?
Answer: The purpose of asking this question is to look for that sort of qualities especially soft skills and extra curricular qualities that is necessary for deserving candidate. This can makes the difference between you and others. So give the brief list of your achievements, experience, positive behavior and leadership quality. This will impress the interviewer because of its relevance to the required role. Most probably the interviewer might be looking for the same capabilities and behavior in your college (or university or previous job) life that they want in the job.
Question 99: What does/did your father do for a living?
Answer: Speak the truth, whatever your father is. No need to ashamed or to proud, because your father is a different people and you are you not anyone else. It is not a correct view that by your success and failure depends upon your parental influence on others. Only your intelligence, experience, knowledge and skills make you successful person.
Question 100: Do you have any questions?
Answer: Don't answer like that "No Sir, I think you have covered everything what I want to know. I'm sure, I'll have more questions if I get the job." It is a very passive response that demonstrate your lack of interest in the company or lack of imagination in yourself. If you really want the job, show your interest in the company and ask several question regarding company's policy, working culture, responsibilities of your job designation in that company, the first challenge for the new one in that company, etc.
There are two benefits of asking this sort of question. One it would represent that you are really interested in this job and you will also come to know whether this company is suitable for you or not. So you can take a right decision.
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