Interviewing is an integral part of the job search and graduate/professional school application process. However, that doesn’t mean it is easy to do. In fact, according to Muse career coach Steven David, owner of Renaissance Solutions Inc, “Even if a job isn’t a managerial role, “companies might be looking for someone with leadership skills because they want a person who can grow in a position and within the company. So it’s a good idea to have your future employer think of you as a leader or potential leader from the start.
Here are the three tips recommended by The Muse article and we, at the Career Center, 100% agree.
- Define What Leadership Means to You
- Choose a Story to Share
- Structure Your Answer using the STAR technique
Want practice? The Career Center can help with these interview prep resources and tips.