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By asking insightful questions, you can demonstrate your interest and commitment to
suceeding in the role, and, you can also gather crucial information about the company
culture, strategic direction, and career advancement experiences of current employees.

Since more companies are utilizing the "Hiring By Consensus" interview method, which
subjects the candidate to multiple interviews with groups of people, which necessitates the
candidate prepare and impress not just a single person but a group of people with different
interests. Properly preparing for individual and multi-person interviews has become a vital
and necessary part of an Interview Preparation and Interview Communication Strategy.

Short, directed, and concise questions during an interview can tell you about how the person
you are meeting communicates. Are they fact-based communicators or winding storytellers?
You should also be careful not to ask or respond to questions in a storytelling format yourself.
Treat every interviewer at a panel interview well and give them equal time if you can manage it.
Since all panelists influence the hiring decision. Brush up on your panelist's backgrounds.
You may find some commonality of interests that might sway the interview in your favor.

Tell me about a time you failed.