You heard about a new service the company is launching, which is somewhat related to a project you helped create in a college senior year project; you find the potential exciting. Ask if the interviewer would like to hear about your project.
Our company has a mission statement; do you have a personal mission statement — or personal vision? Describe the wide circle of contacts and other intangible benefits you can bring to the company. Check out the brand new podcast series that makes learning easy with host Eric Martsolf.
Before you try to write your mission statement, be sure to look at your needs, values, and interests first. One strategy is to put keywords on sticky notes and think about them for a few days. Sometimes messages like your mission statement just come to you while driving or in the shower.
Make sure to write your ideas down when you get a flash of insight. Examples are teacher, learner, strategist, farmer — any word that applies to you. For example, maybe you like to educate, inspire, sell, or run.
This picture can be derived from your vision statement, which I explain in the next section. How do you plan to do that?
To assume the responsibility of a Marketing and Sales Executive to receive the required experience in strategic planning, business development and lead sales teams for top results in order to improve my success records. Looking for a position that requires working on planning civil infrastructures and to enhance my technical knowledge and skills in civil engineering.
Securing a position as a training manager, where I can maximize my training experience, program development skills and teaching abilities. Obtaining a HR management position, where I can effectively use my expertise in staff recruitment and job application process.
Working as an administrative position that will enable me to use my strong organizational skills, and ability to communicate well with people. Achieving the maximum earnings in a short period of time in order to retire early or to open own business.