Don’t forget to check your interviewers on LinkedIn!
You may not want to reveal all your flaws during an interview but be honest about what you know and what you don’t know. Be yourself and answer questions with sincerity.
If an interviewer invites you to share your biggest weakness, your answer should not be chocolate fudge cake.
Your responses provide the recruiter or hiring manager with some telling insights about your reaction in an unexpected situation as well as your sense of self-awareness and constructive self-criticism. Embrace each question and consider it an opportunity to demonstrate how you overcame a relevant challenge and how it links to the position for which you’re applying.
Data rules the world
While answering the question be as factual as possible. Provide concrete examples and support them with numbers and other data. A good helpful method for this is SMART, by using this you will be able to give concrete examples.
Don’t be modest
Interview isn’t the best time to be modest. Be confident talking about any promotion, overachievements, side projects, that might be relevant for the job and impress your interviewer.