Principles of Business – P3DB (1) In my view, it is very important for the candidate for job to have a proper educational background and to posses transferable skills, which would make it easier for the potential employee to build a career in our company. The following set of questions is meant to define the level of candidates professional qualification, as well is it will also provide us with an insight on his or her social attitudes. 1) Please, describe your educational background that you believe qualifies you for the position in our companys marketing department. Have you ever taken a marketing course, during your studies? Do you believe that effective marketing often accounts for the half of companys commercial success? 2) Please, describe the marketing techniques that you think you will be using, in order to convince customers to buy our products. What, in your opinion, corresponds to managers ability to find a right approach, when it comes to dealing with every particular customer? 3) Did you ever have an experience working in the field of public relations? If so, please describe what did you enjoy about it the most? How would you act if potential customer were having a hard time, while trying to make up his or her mind about buying our products, when there are other customers in the office that need to be helped? 4) Do you get along with people easily? What, in your opinion, assures the effectiveness of interpersonal communication? What do you like more talking to people or listening to them talk? What prompted you to seek the employment opportunity with our company? 5) You are presented with a task of convincing a potential customer to choose in favor of our line of products. He does not speak English very well.
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How would you approach him, while keeping in mind that you cannot rely on verbal means alone, during the course of conversation? Do you believe that the customer should have mastered English little better, before asking to be explained the advantages of choosing in favor of equipment our company manufactures? (2) 6) How would you act if you were required to make an executive decision in the field where you do not have any practical experience? What is in your opinion more important to posses a theoretical knowledge in the field of marketing or to be able to quickly adapt to ever changing circumstances, while executing your professional duties, even though you lack a theoretical skills? 7) Do you really believe that our products are the best among those available on the market? If so, please substantiate your point of view. 8) What do you think weights more one hundred pounds of birds feathers or ninety-five pounds of iron ore? What would you chose million dollars or knighthood? What do you use to deal with a hangover early in the morning buttermilk, pills or pickled cucumbers? 9) Do you believe in celebration of diversity at workplace? If so, how do you think such practice might benefit companys commercial performance? How would you react if your colleagues kept carrying concealed knives, as such that corresponds to their ethnic identity? What is your opinion in regards to affirmative action policy? Do you believe that employment opportunities should be associated with racial quota, made applicable to candidates for the job, during the process of interview? 10) Do you like working as a part of team? Imagine you posses a leadership abilities that qualifies you for the position of supervisor will you prefer to wait until your superiors realize this fact and advance you through the ranks or will you be actively insisting to be given a better position with our company?
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University of Kent. Retrieved December 22, 2007 from //www.kent.ac.uk/careers/interviews/ivmarketi ng.htm Turner, T. Common Interview Questions – Are You Prepared?. October 13, 2003. American Marketing Association. Retrieved December 22, 2007 from //www.marketingpower.com/content18959.php Abstract: This paper proposes 10 questions that can be used during the process of interview.
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