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Common Interview Question: What Do You Expect from a Supervisor?

JANUARY 13, 2012 | BY MICAH

“Candy. Lots and lots of candy.” After working for some of your life, you probably expect nothing from your supervisor. Nothing good anyway. Most people in a management position get there by either sucking up or receiving an education that makes them no more qualified to lead than a high school dropout. The ability to[...]
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Management Interview Question – How Will Your Subordinates View You As a Supervisor?

SEPTEMBER 15, 2010 | BY MICAH

The effectiveness of a manager is measured by the effectiveness of the staff under their supervision. It does not matter if you have the greatest managerial skills the world has ever known if your subordinates don’t do their job. They can love you. They can hate you. They can buy you cute little Japanese trinkets[...]
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Common Interview Question: What Would Your Previous Supervisor Say You Need to Work On?

JULY 9, 2010 | BY MICAH

One of the hardest job interview questions to answer is “What are your greatest weaknesses?” Everyone has weaknesses, and claiming that nothing is wrong with your abilities is nothing short of a blatant lie. Employers can see through these lies, which is why you must come up with an answer that includes a weakness that[...]
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Question and Answer – Feigning Memory Loss and Solving Problems

JUNE 15, 2010 | BY MICAH

Question: “Often times there are questions that ask for something negative, like a problem you had with a coworker or boss. What is the best way to answer these questions?” Answer: There are a number of interview questions that ask you about problems you had with coworkers and how you felt about your supervisors. There[...]
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