Your work style, that is.
Smart interviewers want to understand your natural work tendencies (e.g., a leader, an analytical thinker, or someone who thrives as part of a team), to make sure you'll thrive in an available position. So as you head into your next interview, be prepared to answer questions like:
- What motivates you?
- How do you prefer to communicate with others?
- How would you describe your decision-making process?
- Do you prefer to work alone or as part of a team?
Thoughtful, honest answers will help ensure the right match between you and a great job.