Can you give me an example of a time that you went above and beyond expectations?
“At my last job, I was given a project and the expectations for it, but I knew that the minimum requirements were not going to get the job done properly. I had to work weekends, but I did it how I knew it had to be done.
Can you give an example of when you went above and beyond your job duties to help out ?*?
Here are some examples of things people do when going above and beyond the call of duty: Working overtime and/or weekends with or without being asked. Doing something outside your job description because a responsible party was unavailable.
How do you answer Tell me about a time you went above and beyond?
How to answer “Tell me about a time you went above and beyond”
- Think about a project you completed with a clear goal.
- Discuss why you chose to go above and beyond.
- Explain how you went above and beyond what is required.
- Explain the outcome.
What are you most proud of interview?
Job Interview Tips For Answering “What Are You Most Proud Of?”
- Choose An Accomplishment That’s Relevant.
- Focus On The Future.
- Think About Why Exactly You’re Proud Of This Accomplishment.
- Practice Your Answer Vocally.
- Keep It Conversational.
What is the most thing you regret in your life?
The regrets most of us have is that we didn’t correct some or most of those “little things” along the way. We can’t control our spouse but we can control our actions and we know – deep down – we could have done more.
How do you say someone and your self?
2 Answers. “I” is correct. The speaker is the subject of the sentence, the one performing the action, and so you use the subject version of the pronoun. You use “me” when the speaker is the object, the person being acted on.
How do you answer the question Tell me about a time you made a mistake?
The best way to answer this question is to talk about a specific example of a time you made a mistake:
- Briefly explain what the mistake was, but don’t dwell on it.
- Quickly switch over to what you learned or how you improved, after making that mistake.
What am I most proud of examples?
“My greatest accomplishment was being the youngest employee to be promoted to a manager position in the history of my current company. I worked hard for this and am proud that my dedication to leadership coursework paid off.” “I am most proud of my GPA! I graduated with a 3.7 GPA while working part-time.
What is your biggest regret interview question?
If you regret turning down that great job opportunity, tell the interviewer how you overcame the mistake in the long run. You say: “Rather than feeling sorry for myself because I turned down the XYZ job, I started looking for other opportunities that I knew could lead me to great—possibly better—learning experiences.”