Many people stop working on their skills as soon as they get their first job. School has finished, and so has learning. It is time to earn money. Or am I wrong?
People who are not going forward do not remain on the same spot. They are actually falling backwards, because other people work on their skills, becoming better office workers.
This should not happen to you–at least you should do your best to convince the interviewers that you still try to learn new things, trying to improve your productivity, efficiency, and knowledge.
Office software, effective communication, MS Outlook, internet, making good coffee. Things change in time. One can not remain on the top of their game if they do not strive to improve.
Every time I start in a new job, I try to learn something about the filed of business. Manners on the meetings, innovations, market trends. What is more, I try to learn to work with new office software, to improve my working efficiency, and to be able to take care of any office tasks.
Unfair advantage in your interview
I hoped you enjoyed our analysis of eight common administrative assistant interview questions, and feel better about your chances in an interview.
However, if you really want to stand out in your interview, and ensure that you won’t fail just becasue one of the other job applicants was better prepared than you, have a look at my Administrative Assistant Interview Package . Answers to 30 most common interview questions, and winning interview strategies will guarantee your success.
Thank you, and good luck in your interview!
Your Personal Interview Coach