Interviewer: “Where do you see yourself in five years?”

Interviewee: “Sitting in your seat asking a better interview question.” 

In today’s video, I break down three different types of questions, so that you can ask the right question at the right time.

It’s a bit of a different topic than my norm, yet I suspect you’ll quite enjoy whether or not you are hiring or job hunting. 

The smile inducing dialogue above was inspired by a LinkedIn post from Adam Grant. I’m currently reading and enjoying his new book, Think Again, in case you are looking for a book. 

Toward real connection—online and off,

Creator of the Connection Toolkit
Co-Founder at We and Me

PS“Like” today’s video and leave a comment with one interviewing tip for a chance to win a free deck of We! Connect Cards and a personalized video from me on how to creatively use the deck during an interview—specific to your context. 

PPS I’m planning to run a remote retreat in the fall that will be open to all! Want to join me and other top trainers, coaches, connectors and educators in a remote retreat focused on designing incredibly connecting and engaging learning experiences? 

If yes, express your interest here, and I’ll let you know details and dates when I have them. Tentative dates are set for December 9th and 10th if you want to block your calendar! 🗓 

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