The front runners always win the biggest prizes. If you can not predict the future, you won’t be able to make right decisions today, in order to come with a right innovation in one year time. The company you work for will lose another battle, if not the entire war…
There are literally hundreds, if not thousands of companies battling for the market share, in every field of business. Therefor the HR leaders, or the CEOs, try to hire leaders who can predict what tomorrow will bring, and take measures accordingly.
Ask yourself right questions before the start of your interview
Think for a while about the following questions:
- What will be the leading product on the market in one year time, and in ten years time?
- What is going to change in five years time, if we talk about customer preference?
- What is the competition doing right now? What is their marketing strategy?
- Will the entire industry exist in ten years time? What will change until then?
- What will characterize a company with the highest market share in ten years time from now?
- Who will be the key employees in this business in ten years time?
There are actually many questions you can, and should ask yourself prior to yout interview. However, you should not forget to mention that the market situation can change quickly, and nobody can tell exactly what the future will bring. However, a good leader should think about the future all time, and you should show this attitude in your interview.
Acing the interview
Knowing the answers to the common leadership interview questions is a first step towards a coveted job contract. But you should also learn how to impress your interviewers, how to win their hearts, and how to turn your disadvantages to advantages in and interview. The audio recording I Will Get a Job , which I recorded for each responsible job seeker a few years ago, will show you how to do that. It is your best possible alternative for last minute interview preparation. Thank you for checking it out, and for supporting our website.
I wish you you good luck in an interview!
Your Personal Interview Coach