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  • - Hi there, it's JT

    - 你好,我是JT。

  • and welcome back to Work It Daily.

    並歡迎回到《每日工作》。

  • In today's video, I'm going to give you

    在今天的視頻中,我'的視頻,我會給你

  • eight smart questions to ask hiring managers

    向招聘經理提出的八個聰明問題

  • in job interviews.

    在求職面試中。

  • But before I do that,

    但在我這麼做之前

  • I just wanna remind you to click the link below

    我只是想提醒你點擊下面的鏈接。

  • to subscribe and hit the bell

    訂閱並按下鈴鐺

  • to get instant notifications every time

    以獲得即時通知,每次

  • we create new career content to help you get ahead.

    我們創造新的職業內容,幫助你取得進步。

  • Alright, so what do you do when you're in an interview

    好吧,所以你做什麼,當你'在面試中。

  • and we get to that end where the hiring manager

    我們得到的最後,在那裡,招聘經理。

  • looks at you and says, "Do you have any questions for me?"

    看著你說,"你有什麼問題要問我嗎?"

  • Well, of course you do!

    嗯,當然,你做!

  • In fact, it is very important that you ask questions.

    其實,你的提問是非常重要的。

  • I wanna tell you that recently

    我想告訴你,最近

  • an employer I know reached out to me frustrated

    我認識的一個僱主沮喪地找到我。

  • and said, "I hate when I ask that question

    並說:"我討厭問這個問題。

  • "and the person says, 'No, everybody's been really nice,

    "而那個人說,'不,大家都很好&39;。

  • "'I think I'm okay.'"

    "'我覺得我'還行。'"

  • That person, he told me, does not get hired

    他告訴我,那個人,不會被僱用的

  • and the reason for that is that they have real concerns

    而原因是他們有真正的顧慮。

  • if you aren't asking questions,

    如果你不問問題。

  • if you aren't doing your due diligence

    如果你不做你的盡職調查。

  • and if you aren't having enough value in yourself

    如果你沒有足夠的價值在自己身上

  • to ask some clarifying questions

    問一些澄清的問題

  • to make sure that this place is the right place for you.

    以確保這個地方是適合你的地方。

  • Remember, we always tell you here at Work It Daily

    記住,我們在 "每日工作 "總是告訴你。

  • that you are a business of one,

    你是一個企業的。

  • selling your services to an employer

    向僱主推銷你的服務

  • and you wanna make sure that it's a good partnership.

    你要確保它'是一個良好的夥伴關係。

  • So to do that, you've gotta ask questions

    所以,要做到這一點,你''得問的問題

  • to make sure that this is the right place for you.

    以確保這裡是適合你的地方。

  • It's like kicking the tires or looking under the hood

    就像踢輪胎或看引擎蓋下的東西一樣

  • to make sure that you're making a good investment.

    以確保你'進行了良好的投資。

  • So with that in mind,

    所以,有鑑於此。

  • let's take a look at the eight questions

    讓我們來看看這八個問題。

  • you should be asking in your next interview.

    你應該在下次面試時問。

  • So before I break down the eight questions,

    所以在我分解這八個問題之前。

  • I'm gonna tell you that they fall into four categories

    我要告訴你,他們分為四類。

  • and we call them the four C's.

    而我們稱之為四個C's。

  • Now, by covering off on these four C's,

    現在,通過對這四個C'的覆蓋掉。

  • you're gonna make sure that you're asking

    你要確保你問的是

  • all the questions necessary to make a good decision

    所有的問題,以作出正確的決定

  • about this employer.

    關於這個僱主。

  • And those four C's are

    而這四個C是

  • connect, culture, challenges, and close.

    連接、文化、挑戰和密切。

  • What do I mean by that?

    我說的是什麼意思?

  • Well, connect simply is you connecting

    好吧,連接簡單是你連接

  • to that hiring manager, to that person

    對那個招聘經理,對那個人

  • that you'll be working with.

    你將與之合作。

  • You wanna ask some questions to help you bond

    你想問一些問題來幫助你們聯繫

  • in the interview.

    在採訪中。

  • As far as culture goes,

    至於文化方面。

  • you wanna make sure this is the right

    你要確保這是正確的

  • corporate culture for you.

    企業文化為你。

  • Does this company believe and have values

    該公司是否相信並擁有價值觀

  • and go about business in a way that you respect

    並以你尊重的方式去經營。

  • and that you trust so that you can put

    和你的信任,所以你可以把

  • your best foot forward?

    你的最好的腳向前?

  • With respect to challenges,

    關於挑戰:

  • you wanna know what's keeping them up at night

    你想知道是什麼讓他們夜不能寐嗎?

  • so that you can make sure

    以便你能確保

  • these are the kinds of challenges

    這些都是挑戰的類型

  • that you actually wanna work on

    你真正想要的工作

  • and leverage your skills to be successful at.

    並利用你的技能在成功。

  • And then lastly, close.

    最後再來個收尾。

  • You wanna end this interview, this conversation,

    你想結束這次採訪,這次談話。

  • on a high note.

    在一個高調。

  • You wanna leave very clear on what the next steps are.

    你要很清楚地知道下一步是什麼。

  • So once we know the four C's,

    所以當我們知道了四個C'後。

  • it gets really easy to create questions

    創建問題變得非常容易

  • that we can ask in the interview

    我們可以在面試中問

  • to make sure that we're getting the information we need

    以確保我們得到我們需要的資訊。

  • And that's what I'm gonna show you next.

    而這就是我接下來要給你看的。

  • So we're starting with connect

    所以我們從連接開始

  • and the first question you should always ask

    你應該問的第一個問題是

  • in an interview is,

    在採訪中是。

  • "How did you come to work here?"

    "你怎麼會來這裡工作?"

  • This is an opportunity for you to bond

    這是個機會,讓你結緣

  • with this individual by learning how they got hired

    通過了解這個人是如何被僱傭的,來與他合作

  • by the company.

    由公司。

  • What drew them into the company?

    是什麼吸引他們進入公司?

  • What made them decide this was a great place

    是什麼讓他們決定這裡是個好地方?

  • for them to work.

    為他們工作。

  • This is gonna give you a lot of insight

    這將會給你很多啟示

  • into their own decisions

    在他們自己的決定中

  • and what they're like as a worker.

    以及他們'作為一個工人是什麼樣子的。

  • The second question is,

    第二個問題是:

  • "What do you love most about working here?"

    "你最喜歡在這裡工作的什麼?"

  • It's really important that you ask

    這真的很重要,你問

  • a positive question that let's them talk about

    一個積極的問題,讓他們談論的問題。

  • all of the things that they love about the employer.

    所有他們喜歡的僱主的事情。

  • This is gonna be a great chance for you to bond

    這將是一個很好的機會讓你們建立聯繫

  • and share a love for the things that are great

    同甘共苦

  • about working at this company.

    關於在這家公司工作。

  • Plus, you're gonna be able to evaluate

    另外,你將能夠評估。

  • whether or not these sound like things

    聽起來是否像

  • that you really care about.

    你真正關心的。

  • Remember, these questions are designed

    記住,這些問題的目的是

  • for you to get insight into whether or not

    讓你深入瞭解是否有

  • this company is a good fit for you.

    這家公司很適合你。

  • So while they're very positive questions,

    所以雖然他們'是非常積極的問題。

  • it's also giving you a chance to evaluate

    它也給了你一個機會來評估。

  • whether or not it's a fit.

    是否合適'。

  • The second C is culture,

    第二個C是文化。

  • specifically corporate culture.

    特別是企業文化。

  • And the two questions you're gonna ask here

    你要問的兩個問題是

  • are around individuals that have been hired at the company.

    是圍繞著在公司被聘用的個人。

  • The first question is,

    第一個問題是:

  • "Tell me about the most successful hire

    "告訴我最成功的僱傭

  • "you've made recently.

    "你'最近做的。

  • "Why has that person been very successful in their role?"

    "為什麼那個人的角色非常成功?"

  • This is gonna help you understand who's being recognized

    這可以幫助你瞭解誰被認可了。

  • in the organization as a high performer.

    在組織中作為高績效者。

  • And you wanna listen carefully.

    而且你要仔細聽。

  • Let me give you an example.

    讓我給你舉個例子。

  • If they tell you about a person who came in

    如果他們告訴你一個人進來了

  • and worked 80 hours a week

    並每週工作80小時

  • and took everything that they had to do

    並把他們必須做的一切

  • and worked with no budget

    並在沒有預算的情況下工作

  • and really was able to knock it out of the park,

    並真的能夠把它打出來。

  • does that sound like a place you wanna work?

    這聽起來像一個地方 你想工作嗎?

  • Does that sound like a place with work life balance

    這聽起來像一個工作和生活平衡的地方嗎?

  • that has their ducks in a row?

    有他們的鴨子在一排?

  • No!

    不!

  • So if they're recognizing that as a good hire,

    所以,如果他們認識到這是一個好的僱傭。

  • then you know this probably isn't the right place for you.

    那麼你知道這可能是不合適你的地方。

  • Now the second question you wanna ask

    現在你想問的第二個問題

  • is the polar opposite,

    是兩極分化。

  • "Tell me about a hire recently that didn't work out.

    "告訴我最近一個沒有成功的僱傭。

  • Why did they fail in their role?"

    他們為什麼沒有發揮作用?"

  • And once again, you wanna listen closely

    再一次,你要仔細聽

  • to the answer because we wanna see if the traits

    因為我們想看看這些特徵是否是

  • or characteristics of that person who failed

    或特徵的人

  • sound like yourself.

    聽起來像你自己。

  • If you don't think you can be successful there,

    如果你不'認為你在那裡不能成功。

  • if this person sounds like they really

    如果這個人聽起來像真的

  • couldn't have ever won in their job,

    不能'在他們的工作中從來沒有贏過。

  • then you're gonna know that this isn't

    那你就會知道,這不是

  • the right place for you.

    是您的最佳選擇。

  • Now the third C is challenges

    現在第三個C是挑戰

  • and specifically the challenges the company

    以及公司面臨的具體挑戰

  • is going to be facing in the coming year.

    是未來一年將面臨的。

  • So that first question you wanna ask is,

    所以你想問的第一個問題是:

  • "Tell me about the biggest challenge

    "告訴我最大的挑戰是什麼?

  • "you think the company will experience this year

    "你認為公司今年會經歷

  • "and how will this job help to overcome it?"

    "這份工作將如何幫助克服它?"

  • What you're doing there is showing them

    你在那裡做的是向他們展示。

  • that you understand, you're a business of one,

    你明白的,你'是一個企業的。

  • you're a service provider and that what you're going to do

    你是一個服務提供商,這就是你要做的。

  • is help them solve a problem and alleviate a pain.

    是幫助他們解決問題,減輕痛苦。

  • So by asking them what that pain or that problem is

    所以通過詢問他們的痛苦或問題是什麼?

  • and how you can help solve that,

    以及你如何幫助解決這個問題。

  • you're really sending a message to them

    你真的是在給他們發資訊了。

  • that you understand your role if you get hired.

    如果你被錄用,你要明白自己的角色。

  • The second question you wanna ask regarding the challenges

    你想問的第二個問題是關於挑戰

  • is around performance.

    是圍繞著性能。

  • "How will I measure my own performance

    "我將如何衡量自己的表現

  • "to ensure that I'm having a positive impact

    "以確保我有一個積極的影響,

  • "on this challenge?"

    "在這個挑戰?"

  • Once again, you're taking full ownership

    再一次,你完全掌握了主導權

  • of your work, of your effort,

    你的工作,你的努力。

  • and by telling them that I understand

    並告訴他們,我明白

  • that I'm supposed to do that,

    我應該這樣做。

  • you're sending a clear message to them

    你在向他們傳達一個明確的資訊。

  • that you really will be accountable for your actions

    你真的要為你的行為負責任

  • and that's a great selling point there.

    而這也是一個很好的賣點所在。

  • At the same time though,

    不過與此同時。

  • if they come back to you and say,

    如果他們回來對你說:

  • "Well, there's no real way to measure

    "嗯,沒有真正的方法來衡量'。

  • "and we won't have any idea of whether or not

    "我們不會有任何想法是否或不

  • "you're making an impact,"

    "你'正在產生影響,"

  • that would be a huge red flag to you

    這對你來說是一個巨大的危險信號

  • because you're gonna wanna be able to do that

    因為你會想能夠做到這一點。

  • in order to get a promotion or get a raise.

    以求升職加薪。

  • What kind of company can't measure your impact?

    什麼樣的公司不能衡量你的影響力?

  • That's the sign of a company

    這是一個公司的標誌。

  • that you probably don't wanna work for.

    你可能不'想工作的。

  • So you can see again

    所以你可以再看看

  • why these questions are really important,

    為什麼這些問題真的很重要。

  • not only do they set you up well with the employer

    他們不僅能讓你在僱主那裡得到很好的發展,而且還能讓你在僱主那裡得到很好的發展。

  • by showing that you know what you're talking about,

    通過顯示你知道你在說什麼。

  • but it also is giving you some key insight

    但它也在給你一些關鍵的啟示

  • into whether or not you wanna work there.

    到你是否想在那裡工作。

  • Now the fourth and final C is about close

    現在,第四個也是最後一個C是關於接近

  • and that's how to properly close out this conversation.

    這就是如何正確地結束這次談話。

  • So the question that you wanna ask,

    所以,你想問的問題。

  • and this is gonna sound a little crazy

    這是要去聽 有點瘋狂

  • but I tell you, it really works, is,

    但我告訴你,它真的有用,是。

  • "If there were some skills or experience

    "如果有一些技能或經驗

  • "you wish I had that would make me a better fit

    "你希望我有,這將使我更好地適應。

  • "for this job, what would they be?

    "對於這份工作,他們會是什麼?

  • This is your polite way of asking

    這是你禮貌的問法

  • if they feel you have any shortcomings

    如果他們覺得你有什麼不足之處

  • or if there is something deficient

    或有不足之處

  • about what you've presented to them today

    關於你今天向他們介紹的東西。

  • during the interview.

    在面試中。

  • This is a chance for them to call out

    這是個機會,讓他們喊出

  • and explain any certain skills or experience

    並解釋任何特定的技能或經驗

  • or things that might make them hesitate in hiring you.

    或可能讓他們在僱用你時猶豫不決的事情。

  • And so asking this question shows that you understand

    所以問這個問題說明你明白

  • you're not a perfect candidate

    你不是一個完美的候選人

  • but that you do wanna know what you could've done better.

    但你確實想知道你可以做得更好。

  • By the same token, if they do share something with you,

    同樣的道理,如果他們真的和你分享一些東西。

  • you now have an opportunity to say,

    你現在有機會說。

  • "Oh, but I didn't share this experience."

    "哦,但我沒有分享這段經歷。"

  • Or, "Maybe I didn't tell you about

    或者,"也許我沒有告訴你。

  • "this skill set that I have."

    "我的這套技能"

  • It's a chance for you to overcome that objection,

    這是你克服這種反對意見的一個機會。

  • maybe realizing that you didn't give them everything

    也許意識到你並沒有給他們所有的東西

  • they needed to hear today.

    他們今天需要聽到。

  • So that's a really important question to ask.

    所以這是一個非常重要的問題。

  • Now that last question is,

    現在,最後一個問題是:

  • "What are the next steps in the process?"

    "下一步的工作是什麼?"

  • And that's because you wanna understand where you stand

    那是因為你想知道你的立場。

  • and what has to happen next for you to get hired.

    以及接下來要發生什麼事情,你才能被錄用。

  • You don't ever wanna leave a job wondering

    你不會想在離開工作崗位的時候想知道

  • when you'll get a phone call,

    當你'會接到一個電話。

  • when they'll follow up,

    當他們'會跟進。

  • when they'll make their decision.

    當他們'會做出決定的時候。

  • So asking this question is gonna help you

    所以問這個問題會對你有幫助

  • get that information

    得知

  • and they're likely gonna tell you some things like,

    他們很有可能會告訴你一些事情,比如。

  • "Well, we have a few more people to interview,

    "嗯,我們還有幾個人要面試。

  • "you'll hear by this date,

    "你'會在這一天之前聽到。

  • "you'd need to come back in for another interview,"

    "你'會需要回來的另一個採訪,"

  • but at least you'll have that information.

    但至少你'會有這些資訊。

  • You won't be staring at the phone

    你不會再盯著手機了。

  • or staring at your email

    或盯著你的電子郵件

  • and wondering whether or not you got the job.

    並想知道自己是否得到了這份工作。

  • The other great thing about that is that

    另一個偉大的事情是

  • if they give you a date or a deadline

    如果他們給你一個日期或期限

  • and it comes and goes,

    而它來了又走了。

  • you now have a valid reason to follow up with them

    你現在有一個合理的理由去跟進他們的情況

  • and say, "You know, when we spoke in the interview

    並說,"你知道,當我們在採訪中談到

  • "you mentioned this would be the next step,

    "你提到這將是下一步。

  • "that date's come and gone, is there anything else I can do

    "那個日期已經到了,我還能做什麼嗎?

  • "to further my candidacy?"

    "以促進我的候選資格?"

  • So this is a really important question

    所以這是一個非常重要的問題

  • for you to ask for your own peace of mind.

    為你求得自己的心安。

  • At the same time, it's gonna give you

    同時,它還會給你帶來

  • a sense of how structured this company is

    瞭解這家公司的結構

  • and really how well thought out their own hiring process is

    以及自己的招聘流程到底有多周全。

  • so that you can get a clear sense of whether or not

    以便你能清楚地瞭解到是否

  • they're the kind of company you wanna work for.

    他們是那種你想為之工作的公司。

  • There you have it,

    你有了它。

  • the four C's.

    四個C'的。

  • Connect, culture, challenges, and close.

    聯繫、文化、挑戰、密切。