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Relationships & Contacts

Explanation

The questions aim to assess the interviewee’s ability to build and maintain positive relationships with others. The questions cover various aspects of relationship building, including the interviewee’s communication skills, ability to listen actively, their approach to resolving conflicts, and their level of empathy towards others.

The questions also explore the interviewee’s experience in networking and building professional relationships, as well as their ability to establish trust and rapport with colleagues, clients, and stakeholders.

Overall, the questions seek to understand the interviewee’s ability to build strong and positive relationships, which are essential for achieving individual and organizational goals. The graphical summary is just a summary and not in any way an analysis of the interviewee’s ability to build relationships. Note that the is not a personality analysis, only a presentation of the given answers.

Question A

A) What kind of relationships and contacts do you have with others in your current job?

  1. – I have few to no relationships or contacts with others in my current job.
  2. – I have some relationships or contacts with others, but they are not strong.
  3. – I have some relationships or contacts with others, but they are not particularly strong or weak.
  4. – I have several strong relationships or contacts with others.
  5. -I have many strong relationships or contacts with others in my current job.

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Question B

B) What do your relationships and contacts provide you?

  1. – My relationships and contacts do not provide me with any value.
  2. – My relationships and contacts provide me with limited value.
  3. – My relationships and contacts provide me with some value.
  4. – My relationships and contacts provide me with a good amount of value.
  5. – My relationships and contacts provide me with a great deal of value.

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Question C

C) Which relationships do you value the most?

  1. – I do not value any of my relationships or contacts.
  2. – I value only a few of my relationships or contacts.
  3. – I value some of my relationships or contacts.
  4. – I value many of my relationships or contacts.
  5. – I value all of my relationships or contacts.

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Question D

D) How do you think others would describe you?

  1. – Others would describe me as uncollaborative.
  2. – Others would describe me as somewhat uncollaborative.
  3. – Others would describe me as neither collaborative nor uncollaborative.
  4. – Others would describe me as somewhat collaborative.
  5. – Others would describe me as very collaborative.

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Question E

E) Tell me about a situation where you had to create new contacts. How did you go about it? How did it go?

  1. – I was not successful in creating new contacts.
  2. – I was partially successful in creating new contacts.
  3. – I was able to create some new contacts, but it was not particularly successful or unsuccessful.
  4. – I was mostly successful in creating new contacts.
  5. – I was highly successful in creating new contacts.

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Question F

F) What do you do to maintain your professional relationships? Is there anything you could improve on?

  1. – I do not make any effort to maintain my professional relationships.
  2. – I make very little effort to maintain my professional relationships.
  3. – I make some effort to maintain my professional relationships, but there is room for improvement.
  4. – I make a good amount of effort to maintain my professional relationships.
  5. – I put in a lot of effort to maintain my professional relationships and constantly look for ways to improve them.

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Question G

G) Describe how you use your network to achieve your goals. Tell me about something you have accomplished in this way that you would not have been able to achieve otherwise.

  1. – I never use my network to achieve my goals.
  2. – I use my network only on rare occasions to achieve my goals.
  3. – I do not have a network to leverage, or do not use it to achieve goals.
  4. – I use network when necessary, but do not always rely on it.
  5. – I actively leverage network to achieve goals, can rely on colleagues for support and resources.

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