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  • Hey, everyone.

    嘿,大家好。

  • It's Andy with this week's Tips for Work and Life.

    這是安迪與本週的工作和生活的提示。

  • We're going to talk about my top five questions to ask in a job interview.

    我們要談談我在求職面試中要問的五大問題。

  • We know what the problem is.

    我們知道問題出在哪裡。

  • It's difficult to come up with great questions to ask in a job interview to make sure you're

    要想在面試中提出好的問題,以確保你很難。

  • getting the information you need to make a good career decision but also sell yourself

    獲取你需要的資訊,以做出一個好的職業決定,但也推銷自己。

  • in the process.

    在這個過程中,。

  • I get it.

    我明白了。

  • It's difficult.

    它的困難。

  • You don't job interview very often.

    你不工作面試很頻繁。

  • You're not a trained interrogator likely.

    你很可能不是一個訓練有素的審訊者。

  • So, I'm going to give you my five home runs.

    所以,我要給你我的五個本壘打。

  • I'm going to tell you what to ask, I'm going to tell you why it's a great question, and

    我要告訴你該怎麼問,我要告訴你為什麼這是一個很好的問題,而且... ...

  • how to use the information.

    如何使用這些資訊;

  • If you like this type of material, for those of you that follow me, you know I've got a

    如果你喜歡這種類型的材料,對於那些你跟著我,你知道我已經得到了一個。

  • great free webinar titled 3 Keys to Ace Any Job Interview where I teach you how to answer

    偉大的免費網絡研討會,題為王牌面試的3個關鍵,在那裡我教你如何回答。

  • and ask questions in a job interview.

    並在求職面試中提出問題。

  • The attendees get a fantastic ebook called How to Interview the Employer: 75 Great Questions

    與會者會得到一本名為《如何面試僱主》的精彩電子書。75個好問題

  • to Ask Before You Take Any Job.

    在你接受任何工作之前都要問清楚。

  • So, if you like that, I've got the link in the description.

    所以,如果你喜歡,我已經在描述中得到了鏈接。

  • You can check that out.

    你可以去看看。

  • You can get that toward the end.

    你可以在最後得到。

  • But let's roll.

    但讓滾。

  • Number one.

    第一。

  • This is a question about the company itself.

    這是一個關於公司本身的問題。

  • You need to know whether it's a good company.

    你需要知道它是否是一家好公司。

  • I love starting at the top and working your way down.

    我喜歡從頭開始,然後一路往下走。

  • So, question number one is, "Based on the direction of the company, what do you think

    所以,問題一是,"根據公司的發展方向,你認為是什麼?

  • will be your greatest accomplishments in the next three years?"

    將是你未來三年最大的成就?"

  • I want to pause because I know a lot of you follow me regularly and you know I hate "Where

    我想暫停一下,因為我知道你們很多人經常關注我,你們也知道我討厭 "在哪裡"。

  • do you see yourself in five years" and all that futuristic stuff.

    你看到自己在五年內 "和所有的未來主義的東西。

  • But when you're talking about an organization, an organization needs to be able to think

    但是,當你在談論一個組織時,一個組織需要能夠思考。

  • at least three to five years into the future.

    至少在未來三到五年內。

  • But you don't only want to join organizations that think about the future.

    但你並不是只想加入那些考慮未來的組織。

  • Thinking is really nice, but companies that really act and build things and have clarity

    思維真的很好,但真正行動起來,建功立業的公司,有清晰的認識。

  • around specifically what they're going to do are worthy of you.

    圍繞著具體他們要做的事情是值得你。

  • They're even better.

    他們更好。

  • So, it's a great question because it helps you understand whether they have a vision

    所以,這是一個很好的問題,因為它能幫助你瞭解他們是否有遠見。

  • and if they have clarity around specifically what they want to build.

    以及如果他們有明確的圍繞著具體想要建立的東西。

  • If there is not that clarity, they're basically saying to you, "I don't know if you'll have

    如果沒有這種明確性,他們基本上是在對你說:"我不知道你是否會有。

  • a job in three years if I don't know where the company's going."

    三年後的工作,如果我不知道公司的發展方向。"

  • So, you want to make sure that you ask that.

    所以,你要確保你問。

  • That's a great question to ask early on in the process.

    這是一個很好的問題,在這個過程的早期就可以問。

  • Questions two, three, and four are about you and your role.

    問題二、三、四是關於你和你的角色。

  • So, question number two is a wonderful, wonderful setup question as you start to get into questions

    所以,問題二是一個精彩的,精彩的設置問題,因為你開始進入問題。

  • related to your role.

    與你的角色有關。

  • I like to ask the employer, "What are the most successful qualities of people that are

    我喜歡問僱主:"人最成功的特質是什麼,是?

  • most successful in this position?"

    在這個崗位上最成功?"

  • So, you're really looking for, "What kind of traits is the employer looking for?"

    所以,你真正要找的是,"僱主在尋找什麼樣的特質?"

  • The reason that that's a great question to ask is, not only will it give you some specifics

    原因是,這是一個偉大的問題,問的是,不僅會給你一些具體的細節。

  • about the qualities that they're looking for, but you also can use that information immediately,

    關於他們正在尋找的品質,但你也可以立即使用這些資訊。

  • whether right in that interview or in your subsequent interviews to really, really accentuate

    不管是在面試中還是在你以後的面試中,真的,真的突出

  • how what you've done in your experience and in your work history matches the qualities

    你的經歷和工作經歷如何與你的品質相匹配?

  • that they're looking for.

    他們正在尋找的。

  • I think that that's a great setup question.

    我認為這是一個很好的設置問題。

  • You can accelerate it even more with question number three, which is my absolute favorite

    你可以用第三題來加速它,這是我最喜歡的問題

  • question to ask in any job interview.

    在任何求職面試中都要問的問題。

  • But question number three is, "If you were to give me an offer and I was to accept it,

    但問題三是,"如果你給我一個提議,而我要接受它。

  • a year from now, what will I have done specifically that you would consider this hire a raging

    一年後,我具體做了什麼,你會認為這個僱傭是一個洶湧的。

  • success or hugely successful?"

    成功或巨大的成功?"

  • The reason that that's such a great question is it gets the interviewer to give you specifics

    這個問題之所以這麼好,是因為它能讓面試官給你提供具體的資訊。

  • about expectations, what they would consider successful.

    關於期望,他們會認為成功。

  • It gives you that clarity to make sure that you could actually achieve those objectives.

    它讓你清楚地確定你可以真正實現這些目標。

  • But what it really does is it gives you ammunition that you can use within that interview or

    但它真正做的是,它給你的彈藥,你可以使用在該面試或。

  • subsequent interviews to talk exactly how you will accomplish what they consider a success.

    隨後的面試中,要談及你究竟會如何完成他們認為的成功。

  • Now you know what the end goal is for them in a year.

    現在你知道一年後他們的最終目標是什麼了吧。

  • All you need to do is tailor your stories to show how you would actually accomplish

    你所需要做的,就是量身定做你的故事,以展示你將如何實際完成。

  • those specifics.

    這些具體內容。

  • I guarantee you will be way ahead of the game when you combine the answers from question

    我保證當你結合問題的答案時,你會在遊戲中遙遙領先。

  • number two and question number three as you tell your stories.

    二號問題和三號問題,因為你們在講故事。

  • So, that's really a great one.

    所以,這真的是一個偉大的。

  • Question number four is a little safety net for yourself.

    問題四是給自己留一點安全網。

  • You want to make sure that you're uncovering information that you might not have uncovered

    你要確保你'發現了你可能沒有發現的資訊。

  • with the questions that you've designed.

    與你設計的問題。

  • So, question number four that I like to ask is, "If you were to give me an offer and I

    所以,我喜歡問的第四個問題是:"如果你給我一個提議,而我......"。

  • was to accept it, within one week of starting this job, what will be the biggest surprise,

    是接受它,在開始這份工作的一週內,最大的驚喜將是什麼。

  • or what will be the first thing that surprises me?"

    或者說什麼會是第一個讓我驚喜的東西?"

  • The reason this is great and the reason why you want to ask it is because it serves as

    這一點很好,你之所以想問它,是因為它可以作為

  • a little safety net.

    一點安全網。

  • It helps get the interviewer thinking about, "Hmm.

    這有助於讓面試官思考:"嗯。

  • What might this person not ask in the job interview?

    這個人在面試中可能不會問什麼?

  • Or what surprised me when I first started with the company?"

    或者說我剛進公司的時候,有什麼讓我驚訝的?"

  • It's really great.

    這真的很不錯。

  • It puts the interviewer on the spot.

    這讓面試官眼前一亮。

  • Naturally, their inclination is to try to provide you a negative surprise.

    自然,他們的傾向是試圖為你提供一個負面的驚喜。

  • Rarely will most of them provide a positive surprise.

    難得的是,他們中的大多數人都會提供一個積極的驚喜。

  • It's usually a negative surprise just because that's the way we think.

    它通常是一個負面的驚喜,只是因為這是我們思考的方式。

  • So, it's really a nice little safety net for you.

    所以,這對你來說真的是一個不錯的小安全網。

  • So, that's question number four.

    所以,這是第四個問題。

  • Then question number five, you've got to get some questions in there about your boss and

    然後問題五,你已經得到了一些問題 在那裡你的老闆和

  • your boss' management style.

    你的老闆管理風格。

  • Four out of five people quit their job because of their boss.

    五個人中有四個人因為老闆而辭職。

  • You need to make sure that you understand your boss' management style.

    你需要確保你瞭解你的老闆的管理風格。

  • So, question number five is, when you have an opportunity to talk to the hiring official,

    所以,第五個問題是,當你有機會與招聘官員交談時。

  • your boss, whoever you're going to be reporting to, or even if it's a higher-up, is, "What's

    你的老闆,不管你要向誰彙報,或者即使是上級領導,是 "什麼的

  • your management style and what are your expectations of the position that you might not have already

    你的管理風格和你對這個職位的期望是什麼,你可能還沒有。

  • mentioned?"

    提到的?"

  • You might have already asked question number three, which was, "What are the expectations?

    你可能已經問了第三個問題,那就是 "期望值是什麼"?

  • What would you consider to be successful?"

    你認為怎樣才算成功?"

  • But you want to see if there's any specifics that the boss talks about in what he or she

    但你要看看老闆談的內容中是否有的具體內容。

  • is expecting, what they consider to be successful, what their style is, whether it's hands on

    是期望,他們認為什麼是成功的,他們的風格是什麼,是否它的手在。

  • or hands off, or all that good stuff.

    或雙手離開,或所有的好東西。

  • So, you want to make sure that you are in sync with that kind of boss and his or her

    所以,你要確保自己與那種老闆和他或她的

  • style.

    風格。

  • So, those are my five faves.

    所以,這是我的五個最愛。

  • So, number one, "What do you think the company's greatest accomplishments will be within the

    所以,第一,"你認為公司最大的成就是什麼內。

  • next three years?"

    未來三年?"

  • Number two, "What are the best qualities of the people that are most successful in this

    第二條,"在這裡面最成功的人,最優秀的品質是什麼?

  • role?"

    角色?"

  • Number three, "If I accept this role, within one year, what will I have accomplished that

    第三,"如果我接受了這個角色,在一年之內,我將會取得什麼樣的成就呢?

  • you think you will consider this a raging success?"

    你認為你會認為這是一個洶湧的成功?"

  • Number four, "If I take this job, what will be my biggest surprise within one week?"

    第四條,"如果我接受這份工作,一週內我最大的驚喜是什麼?"

  • Number five, "What is your management style?"

    第五條,"你的管理風格是什麼?"

  • So, if you like this, please comment, like, and share on whatever platform you're watching

    所以,如果你喜歡這個,請評論,喜歡,並分享在任何平臺上,你看。

  • this.

    這個。

  • If you're watching this on anything other than my YouTube channel or the Tips for Work

    如果你在看這個除了我的 YouTube 頻道或工作技巧以外的其他任何東西。

  • and Life blog, head over to the blog.

    和生活博客,前往博客。

  • I've got loads more free content there.

    我有更多的免費內容在那裡。

  • In the notes, you can also sign up for my free webcast 3 Keys to Ace Any Job Interview.

    在筆記中,你還可以報名參加我的免費網絡直播《3把鑰匙,玩轉任何面試》。

  • Remember, attendees get, and it's on point with this video, attendees get a free ebook

    請記住,與會者得到,它的點上這個影片,與會者得到一個免費的電子書。

  • called How to Interview the Employer: 75 Great Questions to Ask Before You Take Any Job.

    叫做《如何面試僱主》。在你接受任何工作之前要問的75個好問題。

  • So, I hope that helps.

    所以,希望對大家有所幫助。

  • Until next week.

    直到下週。

  • Have a great one.

    有一個偉大的。

Hey, everyone.

嘿,大家好。

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