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30 Most Common Behavioral Interview Questions - The Muse
If the role you’re interviewing for works with clients, definitely be ready for one of these. Find an example of a time where you successfully represented your company or team and delivered exceptional customer service.

Describe a time when it was especially important to make a good impression on a client. How did you go about doing so?

Give me an example of a time when you did not meet a client’s expectation. What happened, and how did you attempt to rectify the situation?

Tell me about a time when you made sure a customer was pleased with your service.

Describe a time when you had to interact with a difficult client. What was the situation, and how did you handle it?

When you’re working with a large number of customers, it’s tricky to deliver excellent service to them all. How do you go about prioritizing your customers’ needs?
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Karat^ | Your Dedicated Interview Engineer
Karat partners with top engineering organizations to perform first-round technical interviews on their behalf.
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Talking to Strangers - Radio Television Digital News Association
Even in an era of data journalism, we still need the perspective of human beings to translate, explain and humanize our stories. We need to be able to talk to experts, witnesses, officials, perpetrators, stakeholders and victims. But getting them to talk to us can be a challenge. Getting people to talk to us, and then getting them to tell us something useful, doesn't have to be all instinct, or all luck. This workshop gives practical advice on procuring, and then conducting, great interviews that get past clichés and get you quality responses. 1 hour audio webinar
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What companies mean by culture fit - Triplebyte Blog
Good article on "culture fit" and some of the unconscious biases
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9 days ago by dgibbons
What companies mean by culture fit - Triplebyte Blog
"Culture fit" often means soft skills (communication, ownership, positivity). A few rare companies actually have unique personality requirements. But outside of these things, it's mostly a "friend test" which can easily mislead and/or introduce bias.
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