. Compete for the promotion. The panel members are looking for diamonds among a pile of rocks.
A very powerful technique that is often overlooked or misused is illustrative. Understanding the memorized definition of leadership; Describes pre-written scenarios; Or the discussions about supervisory style are fine, however, such average descriptions can be considered pale when exemplified by real examples or verbal images so that the panel can see what you see or feel what you feel.
As an example, most candidates can write integrity using cliches; "Integrity does the right thing when nobody else is listening". This is a nice statement, but does it really determine integrity? Others have other moral characteristics, such as honesty, high morals or vigorous values; All of which help integrity, but not all together.
With the help of speech, integrity can be defined as an armed security that can never be harmed or compromised; It is a nuclear submarine with no breakage depth and no cracks will damage the hull, the mother will not drop under pressure and water will not endanger the underworld; This is a line of policemen standing on their shoulders with their shoulders coupled with holding back a riotous mob who nobody gets through the integrity of the line. Such illustrations are followed by a concise definition; Integrity is a compromise-free completeness and completeness that should not be violated. Now, instead of panel members, they only listen to sincerity, correct things, principles, and values, and show solid firearms; They see a submarine that is deep in the ocean's surface against great pressure; They remember when they had once been to the shoulders of other officers because of the civil disturbances or the big quarrel that had violated. Members of the panel not only hear what they say, they also see it, and it is a powerful communication and this technique can be used for any subject.
Equally Effective for Speaking Speech – Using Metaphors and Analogies – Using Examples of Real Life. For example, a candidate may answer a motivational question not only by defining it, but also by describing how he used more techniques in the past to motivate others successfully. It represents a candidate who is there and has come and has a tangible experience. Finally, the candidate has this experience valuable and necessary for the position he or she competes with.
The contemplative, correctly used, can be very powerful and allows the candidate's words and descriptions to come to life, enabling the panel to hear and hear the answer. Compare interview responses that provide only one definition that contains descriptive representations and then follows a concise definition and then relies on a real example and the choice is clear. Test well!