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  • Mark Millward

Do you have any questions for me?

When preparing for a job interview, asking thoughtful questions can help you gain valuable insights into the company, the role, and your potential fit. Here are some key questions you can consider asking during an interview:

  1. About the Role:

  • Can you elaborate on the day-to-day responsibilities of this role?

  • What are the characteristics of someone who would succeed in this position?

  • What’s the most important thing I could accomplish in this role in the first 90 days of employment

  1. About the Team:

  • How would you describe the team dynamics and collaboration within the department?

  • What is the team’s communication style?

  • Are there any team-building activities or events?

  1. About the Company Culture:

  • What values does the company prioritize?

  • How does the company support employee growth and development?

  • Can you share any recent success stories or examples of employees who have thrived here?

  1. About the Industry and Market:

  • What trends or changes do you see in our industry?

  • How does the company stay competitive in the market?

  • What challenges does the industry face, and how does the company address them?

  1. About the Company’s Vision and Strategy:

  • What are the company’s long-term goals and vision?

  • How does this role contribute to achieving those goals?

  • Can you share any recent achievements or milestones?

  1. About Employee Support:

  • What resources are available for professional development and learning?

  • How does the company support work-life balance?

  • Are there mentorship or coaching programs?

  1. About Performance and Expectations:

  • How is performance evaluated in this role?

  • What metrics or Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are used to measure success?

  • What growth opportunities exist within the company?

Remember to tailor these questions to the specific job and company you are interviewing with. Research the organization beforehand and come prepared with thoughtful inquiries.

Asking relevant questions during an interview not only demonstrates your interest but also helps you assess whether the position aligns with your goals and values. Be sure to choose questions that resonate with you and the specific job opportunity.


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