Looking back at your last position(s), have you done your best work?.I think so. I didn’t think that I would have learnt the technology at this level. If you don’t think this is your best then you will never be able to do best because these things bring you confidence. Use below method when answering the “How could you have improved your career progress?” question and you’ll blow the hiring manager away…
Looking back at your last position(s), have you done your best work?
This is yet another tricky question and is asked to assess how you rate your performance level on your own scale. If you say a ‘no’ then it shows that you do not have the will to perform at your best and if you say a ‘yes’ then it will show that you have reached the point where you wanted to and thus are satiated and hence would not put much effort in your future work/job.
So, you need to be diplomatic while answering this question. Consider the following points
- Tell that you maintain a learning approach towards work.
- Tell about how you have polished yourself every day to be better and better day by day.
- Highlight the peak points in your performance which led to appreciation and recognition.
- Mention that there is always scope for the betterment and hence one should not just get satisfied at one point and sit back.
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Now, it’s time for ‘participation’Assume that you are sitting in the interview room now. You have been asked to ‘Looking back at your last position(s), have you done your best work?’. Go ahead; give it a try on how to answer the same. Comment your own answers and get them reviewed.