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The Behavioral Interview “Story”:  Structure, Details, and a Hero (You)

The Behavioral Interview “Story”: Structure, Details, and a Hero (You)

A lot of talk in the business school classroom, the boardroom, and on the job search is about “telling your story”–making your ideas, your concerns, and your accomplishments a compelling narrative though the use of classic story-telling structure, rich in relevant detail.¬†Focusing on such topics as leadership, overcoming obstacles, failure, teamwork, and communication,¬†the behavioral interview as part of the job application process rests upon the premise that your past actions and behaviors offer a pretty good window into your future professional performance; consequently, it is critical that you as a job searcher communicate that slice of your professional past in a brief (90 seconds or so), compelling, and clearly structured…

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