The Ultimate Guide On How To Prepare For A Competency Based Interview

The easiest way to check what competencies will be assessed is to refer to the job description. Make a note of any key skills or characteristics that are listed. For instance, if the job description states that the employer is looking for someone who “works well in a team”, you’ll know that teamwork is one of their core competencies.

Researching the company before your interview will also help you to demonstrate the competencies of “motivation” and “commitment”. If you can show your hiring manager or interviewer that you took the initiative to visit the company website, researching their products and services.

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