It is amazing how many times I get to the end of interviewing senior leaders for one of my clients and they have no interest in asking questions. Maybe it's because I have done such a great job providing in-depth details on my client, their vision, culture and the job in hand, but surely you should be better prepared. Executive search consultants do assess a candidate's interest!
These 3 questions are a good starting point.
1. What qualities will a person in this role need to be successful in your company culture — as an individual and as a worker?
2. What's the company's position on education and development, including student-loan reimbursement and tuition assistance?
3. How does the company keep employees excited, innovative, and motivated?
Read the full article below.
At the end of most job interviews, the hiring manager will turn the tables and ask, "So, do you have any questions for me?" Most candidates use this time to learn more about salary and job requirements — but David Melancon, CMO at JUST Capital, a nonprofit that measures corporate performance against the public's definition of "just" business behavior, says there are a few questions that are far more important, but most people fail to ask them.