"Soldiers who don't want to be Marshals are not good soldiers." Everyone should have their own career design. In the description of such questions, we must answer according to the characteristics of the job position. Some positions require employees to transcend themselves. For example, a groundbreaking position requires an ambitious candidate. In turn, some positions require candidates to be loyal to their duties and tolerate loneliness. For example, some professional skills and highly skilled positions.
2. Thoughts on answering the question of "hopping".
The topic of "jumping bad" is also a tricky issue. There are many reasons for leaving and resigning. When answering such questions, candidates should be calm and objective. If you have experienced multiple transfers, you should prepare the response in advance.
If the candidate is a professional "hyperactivity disorder", two situations may occur: one situation is that the ability level is relatively high, and there is an enthusiasm for eager to try, so always challenge the profession and challenge oneself; the other is that the relative ability is poor There are few opportunities for you to choose, and the factor of leaving is mainly the unit. Therefore, when the candidate describes the resume, while highlighting his rich experience, he must take into account the problem that many employers do not like to recruit those employees and employees whose "jumps" are unstable factors.
3. Thoughts on how to think about others
What you think of others and how you think of yourself is an important reflection of whether a person has a sense of teamwork, public relations, and learning. If one cannot see himself correctly and others, he cannot think of work correctly. In the examination of civil servants, when it comes to colleagues around you, candidates should evaluate themselves, the advantages should be more than the disadvantages, on the premise of affirming the advantages, look at the deficiencies of colleagues. If during the interview, talking about yourself and other people belong to a group of problems, then it is best to talk about yourself and less about colleagues, and to grasp the attitude and moderate attitude.
4. Thoughts on answering "career and benefit choice" questions
During the interview process, candidates often encounter "dilemma" choice problems, such as "personal interests and career choices". Simplified answers are not a very satisfactory answer. We should regard "choice of interest" as a choice of value, a choice of the principle of fairness, and a choice of challenging ourselves. Of course, the main premise is the choice of career. In the interview, you must adhere to this principle, otherwise, it means that you will give up this opportunity.
5. Thoughts on answering "family background" questions
Social and family backgrounds are important to an individual. The examiner generally asks the test taker's family situation, such as the family population and work situation, the family's financial source and income. Candidates should answer the questions in this regard in relation to their purpose. For example: the help of the family environment for quality training, especially the help of the family environment for future jobs, is where the examiners are interested. That is to say, good family conditions will play a positive role in forming a person's personality. On the other hand, if the family conditions are not good, it may also contribute to the formation of an excellent quality, which is like what we usually say "the children of the poor are headed early", "there will be no seeds, and the white house will be the official secretary."
6. Thoughts on answering the "express expression" questions
Candidates must be careful when describing their strengths, and do not list some of the areas that are not their own. During the interview process, candidates may sometimes have questions when answering their strengths and hobbies. For example, when the candidates mention their hobbies and strengths, the examiner may be interested or disagree, and then ask you to expand the description. . If the answer is inappropriate or incomplete, not only will the examiner have an opinion on your self-evaluation, but more importantly, it will affect the test results.
Candidates should be clear. Why do most units value testees' special hobbies? Mainly because specialties and hobbies help to improve people's two abilities: one is the positive desire to perform and a positive, optimistic, and upward attitude towards life; the second is the person who is good at performance. The first is open and willing people. An open mind and acceptance are necessary conditions for one's development.
7. Thoughts on answering the "face failure" question
When answering this question, candidates should pay attention to avoid two inappropriate answers: one is that I have never failed in my life; the other is that the failures I have suffered have hit me hard, and I still ca n’t recover.
Flowers have no red days, and people have no dry days. People encounter difficulties and frustrations in life. In fact, the description of failures and setbacks is also a good time to prove yourself from the reverse. No matter how capable a person is, how much difficulty will be encountered. Similarly, different people have different levels of understanding and tolerance of different difficulties and setbacks. The same thing may be sunny and thunderous for A, but it may be easy for B. So in the face of difficulties and setbacks, show your mentality, and especially your strong side. We must face up to difficulties and setbacks without being overwhelmed by them. At the same time, we must learn to draw lessons from failure, and develop the consciousness and ability to turn bad things into good things and setbacks into motivation.
8. Thoughts on answering "motivation" questions
Examination motivation is an inherent factor in one's behavior. As a candidate, in addition to the basic conditions, basic conditions, and basic abilities that meet the requirements of the job, motivation for job search is particularly important. In the interview, the test taker's description of the job search motivation can provide the examiner with three important information: first, understand your person, career design, and pursuit of life ideals; second, understand what you want to do once you are accepted Work, how to work; the third is whether the statement of motivation for job search is accurate, clear, truthful and vivid. In the process of expressing job search motivation, it is an important opportunity for you to show your talents. Generally speaking, in addition to clarifying your own value pursuits when expressing your job search motivations, you should also introduce some key aspects in professional skills to let people know that your career choices are consistent with your own quality and value orientation. If the examiner agrees with your career choice, your chances of success will be greatly increased.
9. Thoughts on responding to "self-evaluation" questions
"Human beings have self-knowledge". Whether a person's view of himself can reflect the authenticity, accuracy, objectivity, and comprehensiveness is an important factor in the expression of quality and ability.
In evaluating yourself, you must first fully affirm yourself, so that you can fully highlight your competitiveness and competitive advantages, and also give the examiners a firm, confident and good impression. However, keep in mind:
Be truthful and not false in the expression of your own evaluation. Examiners are generally experts in human resources. Before or during the interview, the ability characteristics of the candidate can be basically summarized based on the information available. If the candidate ignores this, exaggerating the talk in order to achieve the job search goal may be counterproductive. In any interview, character traits are most important to examiners. If the truth is lost, the candidate's efforts will not achieve the desired results.
In evaluating yourself, pay attention to the use of non-verbal communication skills. The main thing is to distinguish between affirmation and display. It is impossible for a person to have no shortcomings. When talking about shortcomings, be general and concentrated. Don't have too many short descriptions of the shortcomings. When it comes to shortcomings, in addition to stating that the shortcomings are now clearly recognized, particular emphasis must be placed on showing confidence and ways to change the shortcomings. In your own evaluation, don't talk about it in general, it is better to use facts to explain the problem.
10. Thoughts on answering "difficult" questions
During the interview process, there may be two kinds of test questions with different purposes, one is a normal aptitude test, and the other is an extraordinary aptitude test. Sometimes, the examiner improvises challenging questions based on pre-designed questions; such questions are considered "exalted questions" in the interview. Candidates should not be taken lightly when dealing with such questions. The answer to the question determines the success of the interview. For example, tax officials may raise issues that face the test of fair law enforcement and private law. Such as: "If you are a tax administrator, in your jurisdiction, your relatives have committed tax evasion, what will you do?" Faced with similar questions, candidates cannot simply answer, because in real life This type of problem is not a simple problem in itself. In the face of tax evasion by relatives in your jurisdiction, the tax officer can choose to enforce the law impartially, discuss it on a case-by-case basis, or discuss it with the social environment. In short, when answering such questions, we must not only violate policy principles, but also embody reasonableness, authenticity, and credibility.
11. Response thinking
During interviews, the examiner often throws off-guard questions to examine candidates 'resilience. They mainly examine candidates' responses to emergencies and difficult problems under pressure. To examine the ability of the candidates to quickly and dexterously transfer angles, adaptability, and touch-bypass, candidates must quickly make correct judgments and treatments. Be quick in thinking, emotionally stable, and considerate. Candidates should follow the principle of "calm down, prompt remedial treatment, and then hold accountable", keep calm, soothe emotions first, then remediate in time, propose solutions to the problem, or record and report the problem, or coordinate the solution, supervise, and then to the superior Reporting, accountability, etc. For example, the examiner asked if the tourist found food poisoning, what should the tour guide do? First of all, avoid panic and control emotions of other passengers; call the emergency number immediately, and try to make the poisoned person induce vomiting during the waiting period, and let the poisoned person drink plenty of water to accelerate excretion and relieve toxicity, please ask the hospital to issue a diagnosis certificate; promptly report Travel agencies and hold the catering unit accountable.
There is also a resilience question. The questions raised are often aimed at candidates answering the content of the questions themselves. The questions are more acute. At this time, candidates should control their emotions and tell themselves that the examiner is not malicious. They are only examining their emotional stability, self-control ability, Responsiveness, resilience, self-awareness, etc. For example, the examiner asks, from a psychological point of view, in order to leave a good impression on the examiner, during the interview, candidates always try their best to show their strengths and cover up their shortcomings. Is this the same mentality now? In the face of such pressured questions, the examiner is more concerned about not what the candidate answers, but how to answer. Candidates should pay attention: First, don't be nervous and flustered, don't consider yourself or other people's interview performance is not satisfactory, so the examiner deliberately set questions to make themselves difficult, let alone think "a big disaster is coming." Second, be honest. Seeking truth from facts recognizes that no one is perfect, and everyone has shortcomings and deficiencies, and everyone wants to be applauded. Therefore, candidates are encouraged to avoid weaknesses during the interview process, and even the examiner's preference is understandable. Third, the answer can reflect tact and humor as the best policy. In this way, the examiner will think that the candidate is not only unprepared, but also has the ability to resolve stress and tension.
12, planning organization coordination questions response ideas
This type of question has a fixed answer mode, and the answer is generally divided into three stages: planning, implementation, and summary. According to the characteristics of the event, determine the theme and content, formulate a budget based on the theme and content, and implement after reporting. The implementation phase is divided into five parts. First, it is necessary to unify the thinking and division of labor through meetings to implement detailed plans and responsibilities to each post. Second, it is necessary to prepare sufficient materials, including people, property, materials, time, and land. Third, notify the relevant participating departments. Fourth, arrangements for special events and requirements, such as coordinating the participating units, support from leaders and guests, and media public relations. The dynamics and special situations that occur during the activities shall be handled and reported in a timely manner. Fifth, after the event, follow-up matters need to be reported, such as the return of materials, filing of documents, seminars, etc. The summary includes timely reporting, putting forward opinions through forums, identifying gaps, revising plans, writing a summary and submitting to leaders.
13. Thinking of answering questions
When answering the questions of handling people and dealing with the questions raised by the examiner, different ways should be used to get along with different people. We must respect the principle of superiors, obey the arrangements of superiors, know how to keep secrets, and refrain from discussing superiors, etc. We must obey the collectives of superiors, ask for one-way requests without being humble, maintain a neutral attitude, and do not talk nonsense; Be honest and humble. When encountering contradictions, first find your own shortcomings and deficiencies, and use third parties to communicate and resolve conflicts. You must be tolerant, learn from each other's strengths, and help each other without discrimination. Help each other, treat colleagues' strengths and weaknesses, achievements and mistakes correctly, help more, encourage more, and seek common ground while shelving differences. In short, to maintain tolerance and equality, regardless of right and wrong, understand that there is no shortage of gold, no one is perfect, and correctly treat the shortcomings and deficiencies of leaders, comrades, and myself.
14.Analyze thinking ability and answer ideas
When answering such questions, we must maintain a dialectical way of thinking and always see both sides of things. "If you have a principle to talk about a principle, you need to make a statement first." Combined with examples, clarify the point.
For example, ask a question, as the saying goes, multiple friends and multiple paths, what do you think about this? Considering the positive and negative aspects of things, candidates should first clarify the general principles. Objectively speaking, friends should be more beneficial. This actually reflects a person's ability to communicate and social activities. However, the mutual help and assistance of friends is based on sincere exchanges and can be changed with heart. This is the positive part. On the other hand, it does not deny that some friends exist only for the sake of interests, it is an emotional exchange under certain conditions, and a conditional emotional investment. When there is no difficulty, one side helps and understands the other. Of course, this kind of friend is not as many as possible.
15. Thoughtful question answering ideas
Understand the meaning of the question; try to find the point of entry, find the entry point; explain the two aspects of the problem clearly from the perspective; unify the two aspects of the problem;
16. Thoughts on the response to social phenomena
Explain the phenomenon reflected in the words given; dialectically view this phenomenon: this phenomenon does exist, and in some areas, it is more serious in some areas, but it is a local phenomenon. Although the harm of this phenomenon is a local phenomenon, the harm cannot be underestimated; the root cause of this phenomenon is caused by the imperfect legal system, incomplete system, inadequate supervision, and quality improvement; finding solutions; full of confidence, Give hope. Essentials: social phenomena (desirable, opposition, condemnation, objective existence, ugly, severe crackdown, indignation, pride,).
The routine is: First of all, this social phenomenon may exist, and whether it is a local or overall problem. The big picture is good, the mainstream is good. Just a few, very few. The party and the state are working hard to solve these problems, and I have even more of this obligation; the core: analyze whether the phenomenon is in line with the party and state's policies, social progress, judge whether it is good or bad, and the causes and effects; Treat and take corresponding measures. It is not a short-term issue for a phenomenon to be resolved. It is necessary to think carefully, make a long-term consideration, and prepare for a long-term solution.
17. Answer questions about understanding of policy guidelines
Specify the content of the policy guideline; clarify the background of the proposed policy guideline; point out its significance; point out the way to achieve it; contact itself, there are different hotspots for the policy guideline every year, anyway, they answer according to the above routine.