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Prove to him/her that you consider how your decisions impact others within the organization and the public’s perception of it.
Truth be told, only the top candidates get to meet the Executive. Those who do, are typically among the top two or three candidates. So, an executive may ask what you think about the way that the organization has handled certain types of business situations.
Every organization has a unique workplace culture. Management wants to bring new team members on board whose personal values support that culture. That’s because they will engage existing a future employees to support the company’s mission, vision, and values.
A job seeker asked, “What can I expect during my interview with the Vice President following two prior interviews with HR and department management?” Execs can determine a lot from your conversation about what you how you spend your non-work hours and what you value. These characteristics might include conflict resolution, leadership, confidence, etc.
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When you meet with an executive, don’t underestimate the value of your answers to their questions about your interests and hobbies, and community service. They can determine a lot from your conversation about what you how you spend your non-work hours and what you value.