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Jun 11, 2022
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Editor's Guide: Recently, Internet companies have been laying off employees on a large scale, while recruiting a large number of school enrollments with high salaries. In such an environment, the competition for recruitment is particularly fierce. How can the category email list product manager get the intention of the question maker during the interview? The author of this article shared his category email list own experience, let's take a look. Hi, I'm April 10th Product Manager. Recently, large factories have laid off staff, and many positions have stopped recruiting. Many friends who are looking for jobs say that this year is too difficult. This time, I took out my experience and category email list experience of recruiting and interviewing, and shared with you, the method of being an interviewer to inspect product managers in recent years, and 3 interview skills, I hope to help people who are destined. Recently, I communicated with category email list a friend who is looking for a job, and someone asked why I read a lot of interview questions, but I still didn’t answer it well, and I couldn’t pass the interview. I found that many people can't answer well, mainly because they don't understand the interviewer's intention to ask the question, and they don't know what he wants to examine. Moreover, different interviewers have different judgment standards, and online routines may not be effective. In a management training, I learned category email list a classic human resource - the iceberg model. Since then, I have been using it to assist in recruiting people, and inspecting people is more logical and comprehensive. Later, I watched Mr. has different judgment standards, the category email list logic of investigation is similar. By understanding this logic and problem-solving ideas, you can better show yourself. 1. Iceberg Model and Investigation Logic The so-called iceberg model refers to the ability of human beings, like an iceberg, divided into two parts above and below the water. 1. The upper part of the iceberg
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