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  • This lesson covers the dreaded "tell me about yourself"

    本課涉及可怕的 "說說你自己"

  • question.

    疑問。

  • You hate this question, all of my clients hate this question,

    你討厭這個問題,我所有的客戶都討厭這個問題。

  • but it's a question that starts off 99% of job interviews.

    但它'是一個問題,開始99%的工作面試。

  • I highly recommend spending some time on this question

    我強烈建議在這個問題上花點時間

  • because it's going can make a world of difference

    因為它的去可以使一個世界的不同。

  • to your interview performance and your results.

    到你的面試表現和結果。

  • Let's get started.

    讓我們開始吧。

  • Why does every interviewer ask this question?

    為什麼每個面試官都會問這個問題?

  • Along with variations like walk me through your background,

    還有一些變化,比如陪我走過你的背景。

  • tell me more about you, it sounds like a harmless way

    告訴我更多關於你的事,這聽起來像一個無害的方式。

  • to start a job interview.

    來開始求職面試。

  • It's very open-ended, not particularly difficult,

    它'很開放,不是特別難。

  • everybody should know a little something about themselves

    人貴有自知之明

  • that they can talk about, right?

    他們可以談論,對不對?

  • From the interviewer's perspective,

    從面試官的角度來看'。

  • it's an easy way to get the conversation going.

    它'是一個簡單的方式來獲得對話。

  • They just want to get you talking and dive

    他們只是想讓你說話,然後跳下去

  • into the relevant information.

    入相關資訊。

  • For the candidate, the dread comes from the fact

    對於考生來說,恐懼來自於以下事實

  • that question is so open-ended.

    這個問題是如此的開放。

  • You could answer in so many different ways,

    你可以用很多不同的方式回答。

  • and people aren't quite sure what the best way is.

    而人們還不太清楚什麼是最好的方法。

  • What does this person want to know about me?

    這個人想知道我什麼?

  • They stumble, they falter, they talk too much

    他們跌跌撞撞,他們搖搖欲墜,他們說得太多。

  • about ancient history, and that's a terrible way

    關於古老的歷史,這是一個可怕的方式'。

  • to start an interview-- by fumbling around and sounding

    開始面試 -- 通過摸索和聽起來。

  • confused, or worse, boring your interviewer.

    困惑,或者更糟的是,讓你的面試官感到無聊。

  • Instead, I want you to embrace this question,

    相反,我希望你能接受這個問題。

  • because answering this question well

    因為回答好這個問題

  • is one of the most affective things you

    是你最有感情的事情之一

  • can do in the entire interview.

    可以在整個面試中做。

  • It allows you to set the tone.

    它可以讓你設定基調。

  • It gives you some power and autonomy in this interview

    在這次採訪中,它給了你一些權力和自主權

  • situation, where you may otherwise

    狀況,否則你可能

  • feel nervous and at the mercy of your interviewer.

    感到緊張,任由面試官擺佈。

  • By starting strong, you make a great first impression

    通過強勢的開始,你會給人留下很好的第一印象。

  • and shape the dialogue that comes next.

    並形成接下來的對話。

  • Take the time to prepare how you want to tell your story

    花時間準備你想如何講述你的故事。

  • and ensure you make a first impression that

    並確保您給人留下的第一印象是

  • leads to a job offer.

    導致工作機會。

  • Here's how you should craft your "tell me about yourself"

    這裡'你應該如何精心製作你的 "告訴我關於你自己"。

  • response.

    響應。

  • Think about it as an elevator pitch-- a focused overview

    把它想象成一個電梯推銷--一個集中的概述

  • that's concise enough to deliver during an elevator ride.

    那'簡明扼要,足以在乘坐電梯時提供。

  • Your elevator pitch as a job candidate

    作為求職者的自我介紹

  • should include your top selling points for the position.

    應包括你對該職位的首要賣點。

  • Your top selling points are going

    你的首要賣點是

  • to be a little bit different from job to job.

    要在不同的工作崗位上有一點不同。

  • You want to give a little bit of your personality

    你要給你的個性一點。

  • and your interest in the opportunity

    以及您對這個機會的興趣

  • along with your selling points.

    以及你的賣點。

  • You want to sound natural and spontaneous while also

    你要聽起來很自然,很自然,同時也要做到以下幾點

  • covering the points that you want to communicate to make

    涵蓋你想傳達的要點,使

  • the best possible impression.

    最好的印象。

  • I'm going to teach you to outline a standard answer that

    我'要教你勾勒出一個標準答案,那就是。

  • can also be customized for different opportunities.

    也可以根據不同的機會進行定製。

  • I recommend a bullet point approach, not

    我建議採用要點法,而不是

  • a scripted approach.

    腳本的方式。

  • Scripted answers tend to sound stiff and artificial.

    腳本式的回答往往聽起來很僵硬,很人工。

  • Interviewers don't feel like they're

    面試官不會覺得自己'是

  • getting to know the real you.

    越來越瞭解真實的你。

  • Instead, I suggest that you outline the bullet points

    相反,我建議你勾勒出項目要點

  • that you want to cover and leave room for spontaneity

    覆蓋面,並留有餘地

  • in terms of exactly how you deliver the points each time.

    在你每次具體如何送分方面。

  • Then with a little practice, you'll

    那麼只要稍加練習,你'就會。

  • find that your answers will naturally

    發現你的答案自然會

  • evolve as you get comfortable with what you want to say.

    隨著你對自己想說的內容的適應而發展。

  • Once you know your key speaking points,

    一旦你知道你的演講要點。

  • you'll have room to be flexible and deliver differently

    你將有靈活的空間,並提供不同的服務。

  • in every single interview.

    在每一次採訪中。

  • It's not unlike how a celebrity prepares with a publicist

    這和名人與公關人員的準備方式不一樣。

  • before hitting the talk show circuit.

    在進入脫口秀圈之前。

  • They want to sound genuine and likable,

    他們希望聽起來真切、可愛。

  • so they don't script their remarks,

    所以他們不腳本他們的言論。

  • but they do have an idea of the topics they

    但他們確實對自己的主題有一個想法。

  • want to cover-- promoting the new movie,

    想覆蓋 - 宣傳新電影。

  • telling a funny story about their coworker,

    講一個關於同事的有趣故事。

  • you know how it goes.

    你知道它是如何去。

  • So let's get started with outlining your elevator pitch.

    所以,讓我們'開始概述你的電梯推銷。

  • We've got a great three-step formula for you.

    我們為你準備了一個很棒的三步公式。

  • Step one-- who you are.

    第一步--你是誰。

  • The first key component is a confident, compelling statement

    第一個關鍵要素是一個自信的、令人信服的聲明。

  • of who you are professionally.

    你是誰的專業。

  • The most common mistake I see is a candidate

    我看到的最常見的錯誤是一個考生

  • starting this answer by going back

    追本溯源

  • to the beginning of the resume and walking

    到履歷的開頭,然後走

  • through their experience chronologically

    按時間順序

  • and often in way too much detail.

    而且往往太過詳細。

  • This approach is weak because it leads

    這種方法很弱,因為它導致

  • with out-of-date and irrelevant information instead

    過時的、不相關的資訊,而不

  • of leading with what's most impressive about you right now.

    的上司與你現在最令人印象深刻的東西。

  • For most candidates, this includes

    對大多數考生來說,這包括

  • a reference to their current position,

    參考其當前位置。

  • as well as an overview of the breadth and depth

    的廣度和深度的概述,並對其進行分析。

  • of their related experience.

    的相關經驗。

  • Let's take a look at a couple of examples

    讓我們來看看幾個例子。

  • to give you a sense of what I'm talking about here.

    給你一個感覺,我'我在這裡說的。

  • So here's our first candidate.

    所以這是我們的第一個候選人。

  • Who are you? "Well, I'm a recent Columbia MBA

    你是誰?"嗯,我'是哥倫比亞大學的應屆MBA。

  • graduate with a strong background

    厚積薄發

  • in the pharmaceutical industry."

    在醫藥行業"。

  • This puts the emphasis on that shiny new MBA

    這就把重點放在了那個閃閃發光的新MBA上。

  • and the candidate's industry experience.

    和候選人的行業經驗。

  • Here's another approach from a different candidate.

    這裡'是另一個不同候選人的方法。

  • "I'm an experienced HR executive who

    "我'是一名經驗豐富的人力資源主管,他的工作是

  • has managed all aspects of the HR function

    管理了人力資源職能的所有方面

  • from recruiting to training to benefits."

    從招聘到培訓到福利"。

  • This is a nice big picture, high-level introduction

    這是一個很好的全局性、高層次的介紹

  • for someone who has a diverse skill set within the HR

    適合於在人力資源領域擁有不同技能的人。

  • function.

    職能。

  • It concisely summarizes a diverse background.

    它簡明扼要地總結了多樣化的背景。

  • Now let's look at a not-so-good example.

    現在我們來看看一個不太好的例子。

  • "Well, I grew up in Cincinnati.

    "嗯,我是在辛辛那提長大的。

  • As a child, I originally wanted to be a fireman,

    小時候,我原本想當一名消防員。

  • then later became quite interested in dinosaurs.

    後來對恐龍產生了相當大的興趣。

  • I excelled in the sciences from early on,

    我很早就擅長理科。

  • placing first in my fourth grade science fair.

    在我的四年級科學展中排名第一。

  • You know, funny story about that--"

    你知道,有趣的故事--"

  • OK, way TMI.

    好吧,方式TMI。

  • Sadly, the interviewer does not really care.

    遺憾的是,面試官並不關心。

  • And I realize this is an exaggerated example,

    我知道這是一個誇張的例子。

  • but, trust me, I have heard a lot of people go the TMI route.

    但是,相信我,我聽到很多人走TMI路線。

  • The idea here is to start strong and grab their attention

    這裡的想法是開始強勢,並吸引他們的注意力。

  • before getting into the details.

    在進入細節之前。

  • Tell them how you want them to see you.

    告訴他們你想讓他們怎麼看你。

  • Step two-- why you're qualified.

    第二步--為什麼你有資格。

  • Step two is kind of like the meat

    第二步是一種像肉

  • in the sandwich of your "tell me about yourself" answer.

    在你的 "說說你自己 "答案的夾層中。

  • The idea here is to plan in advance which details to share

    這裡的想法是提前計劃好要分享哪些細節。

  • that are most likely to knock the socks off

    最有可能讓人大跌眼鏡的是

  • of this interviewer.

    的這位面試官。

  • Remember, your interviewer doesn't

    記住,你的面試官不'。

  • have endless amounts of time.

    有無盡的時間。

  • Focus on two to four, maybe five,

    集中在兩到四個,也許五個。

  • points that you'd like to make.

    點,你'想提出。

  • The goal is to keep it under two minutes

    目標是保持在兩分鐘以內

  • total, so think about it.

    總,所以想。

  • What are those two to four points?

    這兩到四點是什麼?

  • There will be more time for detail

    會有更多的時間進行詳細介紹

  • later, so focus on the biggest selling points-- the stuff

    所以要把重點放在最大的賣點上,也就是這些東西

  • that you think-- if you were the interviewer-- would

    你覺得 -- 如果你是面試官 -- 會不會

  • make you perk up your ears and say, ah, this is interesting.

    讓你豎起耳朵說,啊,這很有趣。

  • This could be a classic reverse chronological

    這可能是一個典型的逆時序

  • overview of your last few positions

    最近幾個職位的概況

  • or it could be a list of key accomplishments tailored

    也可以是一份關鍵成就的清單

  • to the job requirements.

    到工作要求。

  • So let's look at an example here of how

    所以,讓我們來看看這裡的一個例子,如何做到

  • you might present that middle piece of the answer.

    你可能會提出這中間的一塊答案。

  • "I spent the last six years developing my skills

    "我花了6年時間來發展我的技能

  • as a customer service manager for Megacompany, Inc,

    擔任Megacompany, Inc.的客戶服務經理。

  • where I won several performance awards

    在那裡,我獲得了幾個表演獎

  • and I've been promoted twice.

    而我'已經晉升了兩次。

  • I love managing teams and solving customer problems."

    我喜歡管理團隊,解決客戶問題。"

  • This is a very concise example, and yours can certainly

    這是一個非常簡潔的例子,你的例子當然可以

  • have a bit more detail.

    有更多的細節。

  • Just keep in mind that the overall answer should

    只要記住,整體答案應該是

  • be no longer than two minutes.

    不超過兩分鐘。

  • What's good about this answer?

    這個答案好在哪裡?

  • Well, the emphasis is on relevant experience, and not

    嗯,強調的是相關的經驗,而不是。

  • just that, but proof of performance.

    只是,但性能證明。

  • It's not a summary of job duties.

    這'不是工作職責的總結。

  • A lot of people make that mistake-- both on the resume

    很多人都會犯這樣的錯誤--無論是在履歷上還是生活中

  • and in the interview.

    並在採訪中。

  • When asked about what you did somewhere,

    當被問及你在什麼地方做了什麼。

  • you're not just going to rattle off

    你不只是要 rattle關閉

  • the duties that any human would have done in the position.

    任何人類在這個崗位上都會做的職責。

  • You're going to focus on what you

    你要把注意力放在你的身上

  • did that was above and beyond-- accomplishments, competencies,

    做到了超乎尋常的--成績、能力。

  • all of it tailored to what's relevant for the job

    所有這些都是根據工作的相關情況量身定做的。

  • description.

    說明:

  • Step three-- why you're here.

    第三步--你為什麼在這裡。

  • This is your chance to express enthusiasm

    這是你表達熱情的機會

  • for the position in one, maybe two, sentences.

    用一句話,也許兩句話來表達這個立場。

  • Keep it short and sweet here.

    在這裡要簡短而甜蜜。

  • Here's an example of one way to do

    下面是一個例子,說明如何做到這一點。

  • this. "Although I love my current role,

    這。"雖然我很喜歡我現在的角色。

  • I feel I'm now ready for a more challenging assignment,

    我覺得我現在已經準備好迎接更有挑戰性的任務了。

  • and this position really excites me."

    而這個職位真的讓我很興奮。"

  • This is very general.

    這是很籠統的。

  • You could use it for a lot of different positions.

    你可以用它來做很多不同的姿勢。

  • If you can make it a bit more specific for the job,

    如果你能把工作做得更具體一些。

  • even better, but something along these lines will work well.

    甚至更好,但沿著這些路線的東西將很好地工作。

  • You'll have time to get into more detail

    你會有時間去了解更多的細節。

  • later-- to show that you researched

    後來... ... 為了表明你研究了

  • the company, to show why you're a great fit for the role.

    公司,以顯示為什麼你'很適合這個角色。

  • The goal in this moment is to wrap up

    此時此刻的目標是收尾

  • your pitch in a concise, confident way

    簡明扼要,自信滿滿

  • and show your enthusiasm.

    並表現出你的熱情。

  • Once you've got bullet points for each of the three steps,

    一旦你'了三個步驟的要點。

  • it's time to put them all together

    是時候把它們放在一起了

  • into a polished, powerful elevator pitch.

    變成了一個光鮮有力的電梯推銷。

  • The key is to practice a bit and find your rhythm,

    關鍵是練習一下,找到自己的節奏。

  • find your flow.

    找到自己的流程。

  • You can practice a time or two with your notes handy.

    你可以隨手拿著筆記練習一兩遍。

  • Then once you've internalized the general outline,

    那麼一旦你'內化了大體的輪廓。

  • it's going to feel more natural, and your personality

    它將感覺更自然,和你的個性。

  • is going to come through.

    是要通過。

  • To give you an idea of how it can all come together,

    為了讓你知道如何才能走到一起。

  • I want to share an example answer.

    我想和大家分享一個實例答案。

  • Here's a candidate with their version of the answer

    下面'是一位考生與他們的答案版本。

  • to "tell me about yourself."

    以 "告訴我你的情況"

  • "I have more than five years experience

    "我有5年多的經驗

  • as a technical project manager at top Wall Street companies.

    在華爾街頂級公司擔任技術項目經理。

  • Most recently, I helped develop an award-winning new trading

    最近,我幫助開發了一個屢獲殊榮的新交易系統。

  • platform.

    臺。

  • I'm a person who thrives in a fast-paced environment,

    我'是一個在快節奏環境中茁壯成長的人。

  • so right now, I'm looking for an opportunity

    所以現在,我正在尋找一個機會。

  • to apply my technology expertise,

    以應用我的技術專長。

  • along with my creative problem-solving skills,

    以及我創造性的解決問題的能力。

  • at an innovative software company."

    在一家創新軟件公司。"

  • Your version will be even stronger, but more detailed,

    你的版本會更強,但更詳細。

  • tailored for the particular type of opportunity.

    為特定類型的機會量身定做;

  • Now that you know what you need to do to ace this answer,

    現在你知道了你需要做什麼才能得到這個答案。

  • it's time to outline your own bullet

    是時候列出你自己的子彈了

  • points for each of the three parts and start practicing.

    三部分各佔一分,開始練習。

  • Big Interview has more sample answers

    大面試有更多的答案示例

  • and a fantastic practice tool to help

    和一個神奇的練習工具,以幫助

  • you make the best possible first impression with

    儘可能給您留下最好的第一印象

  • "tell me about yourself."

    "告訴我你的情況。"

This lesson covers the dreaded "tell me about yourself"

本課涉及可怕的 "說說你自己"

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    Emily 發佈於 2018 年 09 月 26 日
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