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Interview Demo Videos

The videos below provide samples of interview question responses in a variety of contexts. These videos are used to highlight certain key content and delivery elements, for a range of candidate levels and roles. If you have specific questions about a video, contact Pam to discuss the strengths and weaknesses (yes, there are some). These videos are actual interview candidates, not actors!

 
 
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Resume walkthrough

One of the most important interview questions AND often, one of the most challenging. These videos answer any of the following questions (which are all the "same" - just different wording).

  • Take me through your resume
  • Tell me about yourself
  • Help me get to know you better
 
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Why consulting

There are a variety of methods to answer this question. Here are a few example videos with different approaches.

 
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Experience question: Leadership

Most interviews today ask about leadership. Here are videos which represent approaches to asking about "your most significant leadership experience" or "A leadership challenge where you had to motivate a team" and other similar questions focused on this key area of assessment.

 

Experience Question: Strengths / Weaknesses

In  variety of settings, employers will ask about strengths and also, weaknesses. There are differing approaches on how to answer. The demonstration videos present a few alternatives. 

 

EXPERIENCE QUESTION: PROBLEM SOLVING/ANALYTICS

Today, employers want to hire individuals who can help address complex problems. It is valuable to demonstrate you have done so in the past. These videos present a variety of responses to questions focused on problem solving and analytics.

 

EXPERIENCE QUESTION: FAILURE

Too often, candidates "fail" at responding to the questions related to failures. This question assesses your ability to speak confidently about your professional matters, demonstrate self-reflection, and indicate an ability to act based on lessons learned. The key is not to spend too much time on the failure itself.