describe a past interview experience when you felt as if you could have responded to an interview question differently. What was the question that was asked? How did you respond to it during the interview? Looking back at the question, what would you have liked to mention?
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I had applied for a sales job in a well recognized firm dealing in petroleum products. As expected I looked sharp and smart, I was also well prepared for the interview. I had all information about the company directors at Shell and all information I could get about the firm's operations.
The first question in that interview completely changed my hope to ever work in Shell. I was asked about a real life experience.
Imagine you have been hired at Shell and you were sent to represent your boss in a meeting. What would be the best way to introduce yourself?
That question found me unaware. Since I did not expect that, I decided to play smart. I simply answered that I would introduce myself as Githu and proceed with the meeting.
Little did I know that I would lose my opportunity at that point. I was actually expected to start by thanking the panel for according me the opportunity to attend an interview in the firm. I also was expected to start the introduction by saying my full names and the firm I was representing in the meeting before anything else.
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Nov 24th, 2015
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Nov 24th, 2015
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