1. Explain me where do you get your best leads? What's the process like from there?

People who are genuinely curious won't have to pretend to care when digging into customers' problems -- they actually will care, This rep will be following the right blogs, know a ton about your prospects' business challenges, and not be shy about asking questions. And curious people usually ask the best questions.

2. Tell us how do you prefer to communicate with those around you in the workplace?

It depends! If it's a quick question, I tend to use instant messaging. But if it's going to take longer than a minute to respond, then I'll send an email. If it's a sensitive conversation, or one that could be misunderstood, I'll set up a face-to-face meeting or make a phone call.

3. Please explain what is involved in typical data analysis?

Typical data analysis involves the collection and organization of data. Then, finding correlations between that analyzed data and the rest of the company's and industry's data. It also entails the ability to spot problems and initiate preventative measures or problem solve creatively.

4. Explain me have you researched about our company? What are our core values?

Yes, I researched extensively on your website. I am well aware of your mission and goals, i.e. Care, Service, Efficiency and Quality.

5. Explain me about a time when you had to deal with a difficult client or customer?

Any question that begins with, “Tell me about a time when…” is a behavioral interview question, where employers use your past experiences and behaviors as an indicator of your future success. So in this case, it's important to prepare a compelling anecdote of when you used your communication skills and professional demeanor to respond to a difficult client or customer.

6. Explain me how do you manage your time throughout the workday?

At the beginning of every day, I take 15 minutes to review my agenda and the work that needs to get completed. Then I schedule my time accordingly. If there are any questions as to the priority of a task, I have a quick alignment conversation with my manager. If new priorities arise, or if something urgent threatens my initial plan, I'll have another quick conversation with my manager to ensure we're on the same page.

7. Tell us what do you do when you don't immediately know the solution to a problem?

I research the answer! I love to figure out solutions to problems using a variety of different methods. These could include online searches, peer-to-peer coaching, or simply refreshing my memory using old textbooks.

8. Tell us how do your best managers work with their reps?

Being curious about your relationship with your future manager is a good sign. Different organizations promote different management styles. For example, Our sales leaders focus on training and coaching their reps rather than micromanaging their process, while managers at other companies may be more hands-on.

Before the recruiter extends you an offer, they'll want to know whether your preferred style of being managed aligns with their company's standard style.

9. Tell us why do you want to work with us as Data Entry Manager?

I want to work for you because I was greatly impressed from your mission and repute of delivering the best health services in the town. I want to make the most of my data entry and clerical skills to contribute to your bottom line.

10. Tell us what are your communication strengths?

My greatest communication strength would have to be my ability to relay information. I'm good at speaking in a simple, yet effective manner so that even people who aren't familiar with the terms can grasp the overall concepts. I think communication is extremely valuable in a role like this, specifically when presenting my findings. This is even more important when those findings could be beneficial or detrimental to other departments within the company and you need to make sure that everyone understands the overall message.

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