Be prepared for "how did you solve a problem?" interview question with several examples,
advises Ann Spoor, managing director of Cave Creek Partners. "Think of specific examples where you
solved a business problem or participated in the solution. Be able to explain what you did,
how you approached the problem.
This doesn't mean you have to be a brilliant orator or writer.
It does mean you have to express yourself well, whether it's writing a coherent memo, persuading
others with a presentation or just being able to
calmly explain to a team member what you need.how you involved others and
what the outcome was—in real.
Employers want employees who play well
with others—who can effectively work as part of a team. "That means sometimes
being a leader, sometimes being a good follower, monitoring the progress,
meeting deadlines and working with others across the organization to achieve
a common goal.