The answers that a candidate responds to an interviewer’s behavioral questions can reveal the instincts of the candidate. The past experiences enumerated by the interviewee let the interviewer estimate the fit of the candidate. Body languages spoken by the candidate allow the interviewer to know the confidence level of the candidate. However, our societies have a norm on good job candidates. If a job seeker can understand better the norm, he will answer behavioral questions in a more satisfactory way.
This book presents nearly 100 behavioral interview questions and reveals the mindsets behind asking the questions, followed by providing possible answer strategies. Readers of this book can prepare their interviews in a systematic way.