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Describe Yourself In 3 words Interview Question
How to Describe Yourself in One Word for an Interview Question
Similar interview questions: What dictionary word has your name in the definition? What word comes to mind when describing you? If you had to define who you are in one word, what would it be? How would your parents describe you to their friends in just one or two words? Why the interviewer is asking this question: The interviewer is trying to get to the core essence of who you are.
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Why Is This Question Asked?
If possible, include quantifiable results to demonstrate how you use your best attributes to drive success. Because I love what I do, I have a steady source of motivation that drives me to do my best. In my last job, this passion led me to challenge myself daily and learn new skills that helped me to do better work. For example, I taught myself how to use Photoshop to improve the quality of our photos and graphics. I soon became the go-to person for any design needs. Ambition and drive are two qualities that are essential to success and growth in many jobs. When an employer hires an ambitious candidate, they can rest assured this new hire will consistently seek ways to improve themselves and keep their eyes firmly set on their next goal.
Susana has spent many years creating and delivering training programs around personal development, self esteem and confidence. Learning how to describe yourself accurately is something we usually have to put some effort into. This seems to be especially true in most western cultures, where being honest about our skills, qualities, and attributes can be confused with being arrogant, "blowing your own trumpet," and being excessively self-indulgent. If we do learn to describe ourselves, we can become being our own confidence guru and simply acknowledge and appreciate our own positive qualities. If you've already been interviewed for a job, you know the question: What would you say is your best quality? It can be an uncomfortable question to answer, especially since you're already nervous about the interview. What do they want to hear?