Submitted by chuckbo on
I've enjoyed the recent podcasts about answering "tell me about yourself" and resume construction. It seems that we have an underlying assumption that we're interviewing with professional interviewers. But it's not uncommon for me to see interviews being conducted with managers who may only interview once ot twice/year. Do any of the recommendations change when interviewing with a team lead, especially if it's an internal interview instead of an external interview?
The Fundamentals Are Consistent
interviewing with someone who stinks as an interviewer can be frustrating. Especially when you know it and they don't.
For me, I don't think much changes, though I'd welcome differing opinions.
great, thanks for sharing,
great, thanks for sharing, very helpful!
Also, there are some casts for that...
You might start with this one here: https://www.manager-tools.com/2012/03/how-deal-bad-interviews-chapter-1-bad-questions
And continue on with the subsequent chapters. For example here is a link to chapter 2: https://www.manager-tools.com/2012/05/how-deal-bad-interviews-chapter-2-distracted-interviewers