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  • - So what kind of work environment do you like best?

  • - Well, I like to have some potted plants in my office.

  • So this is Charlie.

  • This is Roseanne.

  • This is Gary.

  • He's a bit of a, we'll talk about Gary later.

  • Hmm?

  • Gary, did you, did you lose some weight?

  • - No, that is not how you answer this tricky question.

  • Now in your next interview, this question might come up.

  • It's a very, very common question to be asked.

  • What kind of work environment do you like best?

  • So you want to be well prepared for it.

  • So in this video, I'm gonna teach you three best answers

  • that you could give during the interview

  • if this question ever comes up.

  • I'm also gonna share with you one fatal mistake,

  • one common mistake that a lot of interviewee makes

  • when they hear this question.

  • Now first, when you get this question,

  • what kind of work environment do you like best,

  • understand this, understand the why?

  • Why are they asking this question?

  • No, they are not actually interested

  • in what kind of work environment you like best.

  • They have zero interest in that.

  • What the HR person, the manager, the supervisor,

  • what they are asking is, what they really want to know

  • is are you going to fit in our environment?

  • - [Interviewer] Well, thanks for coming down, Darryl.

  • - It was nice meeting you, Darryl,

  • I think you'd fit in great here.

  • - Yeah, yeah, me too.

  • - That's what they want to know.

  • They want to know have you done your homework?

  • Have you done your research?

  • How much you know about our company?

  • That's what they want to know.

  • So don't fall into trap

  • and don't go off a tangent telling them, "Oh, I like this.

  • And I like this.

  • Kind of like the candy bar.

  • I like the light.

  • I like to have a private office."

  • No, no one cares.

  • Here's what they want to know.

  • Does your work style

  • and preference fit with their company environment?

  • Are you able to perform, have you done your research?

  • Have you done your homework before the interview?

  • Are you investing time and effort

  • getting to know what kind of work environment do they have?

  • And are you self-aware what you need

  • and will you be an asset for the company?

  • That's what they want to know.

  • Always remember, when a company hires a wrong person,

  • is very, very costly to the company.

  • They are very, very careful.

  • So by answering this question wrongly,

  • they will disqualify you very quickly,

  • even though maybe on their resume, you look fine.

  • Maybe you have all the credentials, but in their minds,

  • "Well, maybe this person is not a good fit for our company.

  • I don't know that he

  • or she will be the right fit for our environment."

  • They will disqualify you.

  • However, by answering

  • this question properly, professionally,

  • the chances of you getting that job is so, so much higher.

  • So here are three best answers

  • to this particular job interview question.

  • I'm gonna give you the answer.

  • I'm gonna give you the script,

  • and I'm gonna break it down for you.

  • The interviewer asks you this question,

  • "What kind of work environment do you like best?"

  • Answer number one, "I'm not just looking to fill a position.

  • I am looking for a career."

  • Now why this line is so powerful

  • because immediately, you are telling the interviewer

  • I'm not just looking for a job or part-time thing,

  • I am looking for a long-term opportunity that I could excel.

  • So the minute when you say that,

  • "I'm not just looking to fill the position,

  • I'm looking for a career."

  • Hmm, the interviewer is thinking,

  • "Wow, this person is looking for a long-term career.

  • This person is looking to excel, great."

  • See right there, that simple line,

  • you're making a good first impression.

  • And then, then you say, "I applied to this position

  • because I believe I would excel in this work environment."

  • Now there are a couple of key words there

  • I want you to pay attention to.

  • Environment.

  • I repeat what they have asked and also talk about I excel.

  • I am confident in my ability to work

  • within a team or on my own.

  • Now that is very powerful.

  • You are trying to cover both bases.

  • You're comfortable working within a team

  • or working on your own.

  • To the interviewer, okay, that sounds good.

  • Then you say, "As your company encourages both solo

  • and group efforts,

  • I believe this is the perfect environment for me."

  • Now, there are a lot of things happening

  • within that one, simple answer.

  • Just because it's simple,

  • don't underestimate the power

  • of what I've just taught you.

  • There are lot of power words within that simple reply.

  • So pay attention to what we have just done here.

  • In a matter of seconds,

  • we've utilized a number of powerful emotional words.

  • I call them power words, career, excel, confident, teamwork,

  • perfect, within just one, simple reply.

  • So practice that.

  • That's just one reply that you could use.

  • Let me teach you the second one.

  • Let's say you are applying for more of a leadership

  • or management position and they asked what kind

  • of work environment do you like best.

  • Here's a script that you could use.

  • "I have always been leading people

  • and I believe this work environment

  • would allow me to thrive.

  • I'm calm under pressure and interact well with others.

  • No only could I lead a team of employees,

  • but I'm very comfortable dealing with clients as well."

  • You see how a simple answer positions you properly?

  • That's the power of words.

  • Answer number three.

  • "From your website, it looks like the environment

  • is fast paced and structured to expand.

  • And I enjoy working in an environment

  • experiencing rapid growth.

  • And I believe this is the ideal work environment

  • for my working style."

  • See what you've done there?

  • Comment below.

  • You've done a number of things.

  • Number one, you have demonstrated

  • you have done your homework.

  • Number two, you are not afraid to tell them what you want.

  • And number three, you are saying and you're communicating,

  • "Hey I'm very comfortable in this kind of environment.

  • I believe this is the ideal environment for me."

  • Now, when you finish replying,

  • when you finish answering those questions,

  • you don't want to have dead air.

  • You don't just want to wait.

  • What you want to do

  • is you want to continue the conversation.

  • You want to continue the dialog

  • because that shows that you are interested

  • and you are serious about this position.

  • So I call those redirection questions.

  • So you have picked one of those three answers

  • and you have practiced so it comes across natural.

  • Then you will ask one of these questions

  • to keep the conversation going.

  • What does a typical work day look like?

  • Are there meetings during the day?

  • Are there many group projects that we work as a team?

  • Now, that's very powerful

  • because you're already talking about as if you're already

  • in the company, we as a team.

  • So go back and watch this video multiple times and practice.

  • You want to practice many, many, many times

  • before that interview comes and comment below

  • and let me know if these techniques work for you,

  • and these scripts work for you.

  • For more tools and resources that will help you

  • to up level your skill and boost your confidence,

  • make sure head over to danlokshop.com.

  • Again it's danlokshop.com

  • and I'll see you in the next video.

- So what kind of work environment do you like best?

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