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  • I think you'll agree with me that when you are asked this dreaded questiontell me

    我想你們都同意當你被問到這個可怕的問題,「請介紹

  • about yourselfin the most intense environment you can think of, the chances are that you

    你自己」在一個你所能想像最緊張的環境中,你有很大的機會

  • will blabber and will make little sense if you are not prepared.

    胡扯且回出一些不合理的答案,如果你沒有準備的話

  • Worst of all, it will most likely be the first question they will ask you in the interview.

    更糟的是,這是面試最有可能被問到的第一個問題

  • Today, I will share you a very detailed answer that will increase your chances to win that

    今天,我將分享一個非常詳細的解答給各位,這將會大大增加你們

  • job a by a large margin.

    得到工作的機率

  • I am Deniz Sasal.

    我是 Deniz Sasal

  • I am a manager with PwC Consulting and also the creator of Landing Interviews Guaranteed

    我是資誠企業管理顧問公司 (PwC Consulting) 的經理,也是 Landing Interviews Guaranteed

  • and The Career Mastery.

    和 The Career Mastery 的創始人

  • I have been interviewing 1000s of candidates as a hiring manager for a very long time.

    我有很長一段時間擔任人力資源經理的職務,面試過上千位候選人

  • In this video, my intention is to show you a different perspective than you find in conventional

    在今天的影片中,我的目的是展現一個不同以往的觀點給你,和過去傳統

  • wisdom.

    經驗告訴你的不同

  • Alright, let’s continue.

    好,我們繼續

  • First I will cover what not to dos.

    首先,我想先提哪些是不該做的

  • These will be short and sweet I promise.

    我保證這部分會讓你簡短明瞭

  • Then, we will look at why they are asking this question.

    然後,我們來看看到底為什麼面試官要問這個問題

  • And eventually, we will craft the perfect answer for you.

    最後,我們會實際演練一個完美的答案給你

  • Sounds good?

    聽起來是不是很棒 ?

  • Great!

    好 !

  • What not to do?

    什麼是不可以做的 ?

  • - To start with, hiring manager has seen your resume and even cover letter most probably.

    首先,招聘經理可能已經看過你的履歷或者求職信了

  • There is really no need for you to go over your resume bullet by bullet.

    你真的不需要再一點一點帶過你的履歷有什麼

  • Having said this, it doesn’t hurt your chances to highlight some of your most important qualifications

    但你也不會損失掉強調你最重要資歷和成就

  • and achievements.

    的機會

  • - When you are presenting your background, don't fall victim to under or over qualification.

    當你在講你的背景時,不要受限於你的資歷當中

  • Just give them what they need.

    只要給予他們需要的就夠了

  • There is a very thin line between being an over-achiever and over-qualified.

    因為表現優異者和大材小用者只有一線之隔

  • - No need to share your life story.

    不需要分享你的人生故事

  • And oh god please don’t you start from your high school years.

    也請不要從你中學時期開始講起

  • It’s really a waste of everybody’s time.

    這真的很浪費彼此的時間

  • I recently interviewed a candidate for a graduate hire role at PwC.

    我最近面試了一個候選人,是 PwC 的應屆畢業生職缺

  • She literally started her pitch like this; “I graduated from grade school in 1995 from

    她真的就用這樣的方式推銷自己,「我 1995 年從 XXX 國小畢業

  • XXX school and then continued my education further with XXX junior high in London.

    然後在倫敦的 XXX 中學繼續我的學業

  • High school years were very challenging with new environment…”

    高中來到一個非常有挑戰的新環境 ...」

  • By this point I was already done.

    講到這我已經覺得夠了

  • Horrible first impression.

    可怕的第一印象

  • I interrupted the candidate and asked her to talk about her current experience.

    我打斷了這個候選人,然後請她談一些目前的經歷

  • She definitely failed the interview.

    她絕對搞砸了這一場面試

  • Not necessarily only because of that answer. But the first impression was horrible.

    不必然是因為她的回答,但給我的第一印象實在太差了

  • - Don't keep it too long.

    不要講太長

  • It's a monologue so nobody really has 20 minutes to listen to your background however

    這會變成獨角戲,沒有人真的有時間花 20 分鐘聽你的背景,無論

  • exciting that may sound to you.

    在你聽起來會是多麼興奮的內容

  • - Don’t be boring.

    不要太無趣

  • Please...

    拜託 ...

  • You can show some serious enthusiasm in your pitch.

    你可以展現一些熱情在你的介紹當中

  • The more energetic you are the better it is.

    你展現得越有活力越好

  • Oh, remember to smile.

    喔,記得要微笑

  • It makes a big difference.

    這會有很大的不同

  • OK.

  • Now, this is out of the way.

    講了這麼多

  • Let’s talk about why hiring managers ask this question.

    現在來談談為什麼招聘經理要問這個問題

  • First, I will cover what everybody else thinks why they ask that question.

    第一,我先說說其他人的想法,為什麼要問這個問題

  • Then, I will tell you what I think why hiring managers and I ask that question.

    然後我會告訴你,我認為為何招聘經理要問這個問題

  • Everybody else thinks that you are asked to present yourself because;

    其他所有人認為你被要求要去報告自己的過往是因為

  • - Hiring managers want to see how your response would be to a question that you are not prepared.

    招聘經理想要看你如何回應,來判斷你是不是有沒準備的問題

  • Not sure why they think you’d be unprepared

    不太確定為什麼他們會覺得你們沒有準備

  • - They want to know what you consider important in your background

    他們想知你覺得自己的背景哪裡是重要的

  • For this one, I can agree to a certain degree.

    這個原因,我在某程度上是認同的

  • I’d also want to see what you consider important in your background.

    我也想要知道你認為你背景裡哪些比較重要

  • But, the real reason I and I know many other hiring managers in multinational organizations

    但是,我和其他許多跨國公司招聘經理問這問題的真正原因是

  • ask this question is because we want to see your presentation skills!

    因為我們想看你的簡報能力 !

  • Really.

    這是真的

  • After all, think about it, we all have seen your resume, your cover letter, you have probably

    想想看,我們都看了你的履歷,你的求職信,你也許

  • already passed the HR interview.

    已經通過人資的面談

  • Why go over your background all over again?

    為什麼還要重新談到你的背景呢 ?

  • Even if they haven’t seen it before, they are holding that CV in their hands when they

    即使他們沒有提前看過你的履歷,他們在問這個問題時

  • ask the question.

    也把你的履歷握在手中了

  • Know this Companies want employees who are; - presentable

    注意,公司都想要他們的員工善於簡報

  • - represent the firm professionally to their clients (especially true for consulting and

    專業地代表自家公司去面對客戶 ( 尤其對顧問業和

  • other professional services companies) - charismatic and likable especially if you

    其他專業服務的公司而言 ) 而且喜歡員工有迷人和受喜愛的特質,尤其當你

  • are in a client facing situation So, think about it; If they ask you to present

    和客戶見面時,想想看,如果你被介紹

  • the company, it would be unfair to you as you have very limited knowledge.

    這家公司,這不是很恰當的問題,因為你的所知是有限的

  • But what better material is there then your background to present?

    所以更好的問題反而是請你報告你的個人背景

  • Right?

    對吧 ?

  • So, they are giving you an opportunity to present something.

    所以,他們是在給你一個機會去展現

  • which you know very well

    一些你已經很熟悉的內容

  • OK. So, what are they interested in ?

    所以他們對什麼有興趣 ?

  • They are interested in is can you speak smoothly without stuttering?

    他們有興趣的是,你是否能完全不結巴的順暢講完

  • Can you be charismatic?

    你的表現是否夠迷人 ?

  • Are you getting nervous when presenting?

    你是不是在講的時候很緊張 ?

  • When you speak, do you impress people?

    當你講話時,是否能讓人留下印象 ?

  • How are your communication skills?

    你的溝通技巧如何 ?

  • How is your language skills?

    語言能力如何?

  • These and a lot more questions like this need to be addressed by the way you present.

    向這些和許多問題都能從你回答的樣子看出來

  • See, this is actually an incredible opportunity for you.

    這對你們來說是個絕佳機會

  • It’s an unbelievable opportunity.

    難以置信的機會

  • Why?

    為什麼 ?

  • Imagine you are entering a college exam and you already know what the professor is going

    想像一下,你參加一所大學的入學考試,而你已經知道教授要問你什麼了

  • to ask. In advance.

    事先知道

  • Wouldn’t it give you an almost unfair advantage?

    你不覺得這幾乎是個不公平的優勢嗎 ?

  • It would, right?

    會這樣覺得是吧 ?

  • This is exactly what it is.

    但這個問題就是如此

  • You already know they will ask you that question.

    你已經知道他們要問你這個問題了

  • So, you just need to put in the work and study.

    所以你需要的就是開始努力和研究自己

  • You need to know how to present your background very clearly and impressively.

    你必須知道如何清晰地、讓人印象深刻地介紹你的背景

  • Alright so, how to do it?

    好,那到底該怎麼做 ?

  • I will present you 2 approaches here.

    我將會說 2 種方法

  • Let’s call the first approach Toyota and the second one is Porsche.

    我們稱第一個方法叫豐田汽車,第二個則是保時捷

  • In Toyota method, all you have to do is prepare a 1 minute pitch.

    豐田汽車法,你只需要準備一分鐘的講稿

  • It will have 3 sections in it; 1 Talk about your current role

    裡面包含三個區塊,第一、描述一下你現在的角色

  • 2 Talk briefly about your background 3 Talk about your future ambitions and why

    第二、簡單講一下你的背景。三、說明你未來的志向以及為什麼

  • that company is the perfect match to what you want.

    這家公司最符合你心中預期

  • Something similar to this ; So, this would be what I would say if I were

    諸如此類的內容。這是我會說的,如果我

  • in an interview today.

    今天有一場面試的話

  • I’ve been working as a manager with PwC Consulting for the past 4 years.

    我過去 4 年在 PwC 管顧公司擔任經理的工作

  • During this time, I’ve been providing incredible value to my clients through strategies we

    在這個工作上,我提供優質的服務給我的顧客

  • developed and implemented for them.

    透過我們擬定的策略以及協助顧客執行

  • These are typically projects lasted anywhere from a week to 4 months.

    這些專案通常都花費一週到四個月的時間處理

  • Looking back it now, I must have done a great job as engagement manager that our clients

    回顧過去,我想我應當在經理的職務上做得還不錯,我們的客戶

  • particularly requested for me whenever they came back for new work packages.

    每次有新的工作需求時都會特別指定我服務

  • Prior to PwC, I was with 2 other consulting companies again in professional services industry.

    在 PwC 之前,我曾有其他兩個諮詢公司的工作,同樣是在專業服務產業

  • And finally, or I should say firstly in this case I guess, I started my career with S&P

    最後,或者這個例子是第一個,我的第一份工作是在 S&P 公司

  • as an analyst.

    擔任分析師

  • I was with S&P until 2008 which is when I was laid off – I guess some would find this

    我在 S&P 服務到 2008 年,因為當時我被解雇了 - 我猜有人也會覺得這

  • ironic

    很諷刺

  • In addition to this, I have an MBA degree from Cass Business School of City University

    除此之外,我有倫敦大學城市學院卡斯商學院的 MBA 學位

  • London and I hold various professional certifications including; PMP, PMI-RMP, and CMA.

    我有各式各樣的專業證照,包括 PMP, MPI-RMP,和 CMA

  • Now I’m looking forward to taking my career to the next level with [the xxxx] and continue

    現階段我希望將職涯帶到下一個層級,加入 XXX 公司,然後繼續

  • to add more value to my clients under xxx]’s umbrella.

    在 XXX 公司底下,創造更多價值給我的客戶

  • I think pitching above would be good enough but not necessarily something you would collect

    我認為有提到上面所講的內容就很棒了,但不需要每個都記起來

  • so many points.

    這樣會太多點

  • It would be like ticking the box.

    這就像是打勾選項一樣

  • If you want to gain even further points with your answer.

    如果你想要讓你的回答加更多分

  • Then, I suggest you employ a technique which we use on a daily basis at work.

    我建議你可以使用一個我們日常工作中會用到的技巧

  • In my line of profession, in management consulting, we always present with supporting tools, for

    以我的專業管理顧問業來講,我們都會用一些輔助工具

  • example; a PowerPoint presentation, videos, charts, interviews with experts, the list

    例如 : PowerPoint 簡報、影片、圖表、和專家面試

  • is long.

    有許多工具

  • So, when I get interviewed by clients I always have at least a PowerPoint presentation made

    所以每當客戶與我面談時,我都至少會準備一個 PowerPoint 報告

  • up of only 3-4 pages which allows me to clearly highlight what my relevant experience is,

    只需要 3-4 頁,讓我可以清楚地點出我的相關經驗

  • which methodologies we used, and how the results were.

    我們用哪套方法、最後的結果如何

  • I suggest you do the same.

    我建議你也照這樣做

  • When you are asked to present your background, or talk about your previous experiences, why

    當你被要求介紹你的背景或過往經歷時,為何

  • don’t you take your printed out presentation and walk them through the pages?

    不要帶著你影印的簡報資料,將內容帶過一次

  • Try to get that presentation printed out professionally and binded with nice quality material.

    試著讓影印的簡報看起來更專業,而且結合有品質的內容

  • So, when they saytell me about yourselfthen just say;

    所以,當他們說 : 「請你自我介紹一下。」,你只要說 :

  • Can I instead just show you?

    「我能夠秀給您看嗎 ?

  • I prepared a short presentation on thisThey will definitely say yes.

    我準備了一個簡短的簡報。」他們絕對會說可以

  • This will work wonders if you are an experienced hire,

    這個方式對有豐富工作經驗的人適合

  • or at least havesomeexperience to show.

    或者至少有「一些」經驗能講的人

  • Thissomeexperience can be small as an internships, on the job trainings, even

    「一些」經驗可以是實習、在職訓練,甚至

  • your part-time roles during studies will be fine.

    你邊讀書邊兼職的經驗也可以

  • The slides may look like... I'm not sure I can put a copy over here. So they may look like this.

    簡報的模板可以像是 ... 我不確定能不能放複製頁面在這。看起來會像這個樣子

  • If you are interested, I will put a link to a page where you can download it.

    有興趣的話,我會放連結在下方,你們可以去下載

  • Just remember to customize it to your needs.

    只是要記得把它客製成你需要的版本

  • You don't need to sign up or enter your e-mail address.

    你不需要登入或打你的郵件地址

  • It's a direct download.

    可以直接下載

  • This template is a good starting point.

    這個模板可以是個很好的開始

  • But you can make it more visually appealing.

    但你可以讓它看起來在視覺上更吸引人

  • While preparing your presentation, focus on your;

    準備報告時,專注在

  • - Key achievements - Make it relevant to the job you are applying

    關鍵的成就上,讓它與你應徵的工作產生關聯

  • for - Demonstrate why you are qualified for this

    然後展示為什麼你有資格徵得這個職位

  • role. The final step is the most obvious one;

    最後步驟是最顯而易見的一個

  • Practice!

    練習 !

  • You need to practice like crazy. You need to practice your speech and delivery until it becomes second nature to you.

    你要瘋狂地練習。你需要練習說,直到變成像你的第二天性一樣自然

  • There is no stuttering, uhmms, wells, it's just smooth delivery with consistent and pauses

    不會有口吃、恩、呃的情況,就是流暢的講出一致的內容,記得停頓

  • and eye-contact.

    和眼神接觸

  • Show them how charismatic you can be!

    展現你有魅力的一面 !

  • Before, I conclude the video, can you please do me a favor and like this video if you benefited

    在結束前,我總結一下,麻煩大家幫忙按讚,如果你覺得這支影片

  • from it?

    對你有用的話

  • Also, this is a very new channel.

    這是個很新的頻道

  • Creating these videos take so much time.

    製作這些影片需要花很多時間

  • So, would you please subscribe to my channel if you'd like to see more videos like this?

    所以,如果想看到更多像這樣子的影片,請大家記得訂閱我的頻道

  • They will be good indicators for me to see if I should spend more time on preparing more

    這可以讓我知道是不是要多準備這一類的

  • videos.

    影片

  • Finally, I have one more awesomeness for you today.

    最後,我準備了一個禮物給大家

  • I prepared a 3-day video training where I teach you how to prepare, pass, and most importantly

    我準備了一個三日影片訓練課程,內容是教導如何準備、通過和最重要的

  • land interviews with multinational companies.

    拿到跨國公司的面試機會

  • it's a free training by the way.

    順道一提這是完全免費的

  • It runs for 3 days so please make sure you are committed to it before signing up.

    這會花上 3 天時間學習,所以記得在登記課程前下好決心

  • Trust me when I say I share some real life changing tips here.

    當我說我會分享些實際生活訣竅,請相信這是真的

  • Alright that's it for today.

    好,以上就是今天影片的內容

I think you'll agree with me that when you are asked this dreaded questiontell me

我想你們都同意當你被問到這個可怕的問題,「請介紹

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如何做超棒的自我介绍呢? (Tell Me About Yourself)

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