Can you tell me a little about yourself?

In my first job interview, They have asked me to tell about myself a little bit. But at that time, I could not tell anything about myself which was very shamed for me now I want to know how to tell your answer a little bit.

Can you tell me a little about yourself?

Silver Asked on November 22, 2018 in Interview Question.

Thanks you very much for your questions, Actually I also wanted to ask this question.

Can you tell me a little about yourself?
How do I present my self on the interview board if they ask tell something about yourself?

But I did not asked, I have got my solution from your questions answer.

on April 10, 2019.
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RE: Can you tell me a little about yourself?

Thank you very much for available Question. I am tellings this is a valuable Question because this is a common question for every interview especially Job interview.
So, of course, you should prepare yourself so that you can tell about yourself fluently if anyone asks you “please tell me about yourself”

Now I am going to tell you how to tell about yourself a little bit. If you read my full Answer then I believe that you can tell about you something very strongly.

Can you tell me a little about yourself?

How to Answer “Tell Me About Yourself”
Fear not, job seekers: There’s a super-simple formula that will help you answer this question with ease.
you’re probably going to get in an interview is, “Tell me about yourself.” Remember, instead, it’s probably your first and best chance to pitch the hiring manager on why you’re the right one for the job.

Remember, When you will tell about yourself, you need to talk about your Present position, Past experience or skill and future plan about your desire job (especially where you are interviewing).

A formula I really like to use is called the Present-Past-Future formula. So you must maintain this formula.

So, first, you start to tell about the present— where you are right now.
Then, Start to tell the past— tell a little bit about the experiences you’ve had and the skills you gained at the previous position.
Finally, finish with the future—why you are really excited about this particular opportunity.

Here is an example, If someone asked, “tell me about yourself,” you could say:

“Well, I’m currently an account executive at Dreamed Social Welfare Organization (DSWO), where I handle our top performing client. Before that, I worked at an agency where I was on 2 different major national health care brands product. And while I really enjoyed the work that I did, I’d love the chance to dig in much deeper with one specific health care company, which is why I’m so excited about this opportunity with Metro Health Center.”

Remember, you need to tell like this about yourself with confidence.

Remember, throughout your answer, you need to focus on the experiences and skills so that the hiring manager thinks that “You are fit for this job” and you are going to be most relevant for the hiring manager when they’re thinking about this particular position and this company. And ultimately, don’t be afraid to relax a little bit, tell stories and anecdotes—the hiring manager already has your resume, so they also want to know a little more about you.

Thanks again.

Brong Answered on November 30, 2018.

Yes, Present-Past-Future formula is really effective for interview. Knowledge World has answers perfectly.  If you can practice and tell about yourself with confidence, then you will be success in your interview. So you must maintain this formula.

on April 10, 2019.
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RE: Can you tell me a little about yourself?

Can you tell me a little about yourself?

it’s a good question.

Yes, Knowledge World has answers perfectly.  If you can practice and tell about yourself with confidence, then you will be a success in your interview.

So,  What you should do to tell about yourself perfectly on the interview board?
Remember, When an interviewer says, “Tell me about yourself,” he or she really wants to know how your experience is pertinent to the job you’re interviewing for.
So, For answering them perfectly, you need to practice more and more.
You must need this 3 things,
1. Focus yourself
2. Script
3. Practice

Let me elaborate ………..

1. Focus yourself
First, define what you do as it relates to the job, You need to think about three to five past experiences that are relevant to the job and try to quantify in terms of time, money or people. Then list three to five strengths you have that are pertinent to this job (experiences, traits, skills, etc.). All of this adds up to the message you want the interviewer to know about you when you leave.

2. Make a Script

Write a script on a paper that includes all the information you want to convey. Begin by talking about your present job and then start to talk about your  past experiences and proven success:

As for example, you can start like this: “I have been working as the customer service industry for the past 3 years. My most recent experience has been handling incoming calls from Internet marketing companies. For this reason, I particularly enjoy this company work, and the challenges that go along with it, I think this is the opportunity to connect with people. In my last job, I formed some significant customer relationships resulting more than  30% increase in sales in 2 months.”

Next, mention your strengths and abilities:

“My real strength is my attention to detail. I pride myself on my reputation for following through and meeting deadlines. When I commit to doing something, I make sure it gets done, and on time.”

Conclude with a statement about your current situation:

“What I am looking for now is a company that values customer relations, where I can join a strong team and have a positive impact on customer retention and sales.”

3. Practice:
Practice again and again with your script until you feel confident about what you want to emphasize in your statement on the interview board. Your script should help you to stay on track, but you should not tell such a way that the interviewer seems, you have memorized it. You don’t make sounds like a broadcast news announcer or a robot.
Always make sure that you are talking naturally, like a real person that people would like to have in the next cubicle or talk to at the happy hour.

If you can prepare yourself like this,  if you’re not asked this type of question to begin the interview, I think this, preparation will help you to focus on what you have to offer.

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Brong Answered on April 10, 2019.

Thanks you sir, I think This exercise will help me to  face the interview boards  question “Tell me about yourself” confidently.

on July 15, 2019.
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