Questions to Determine Team Fit-ability.
David J Eddy Nov 30 '17 Updated on Dec 01, 2017
During the hiring process the battery of administrative and technical questions can be overwhelming; yet do little to determine if someone will be a good fit for a team. What are some of the questions you do / would ask to determine if someone would integrate well with your team?
Here is some questions I have / would ask if hiring:
1. What's the greatest day of your life? 2. What was the best way you delegated a task? 3. What was a time you didn't know how to do something, how did you deal with it? 4. What is teamwork to you? 5. Kirk, Picard, Sisko, Janeway, Archer, or Lorca? 6. What can your hobbies tell me that your resume can’t? 7. What are your 3 ideal job qualities? 8. If you received a million dollars tax free; what would you do with it? 9. If you could open your own business, what would it do? 10. What is one thing you believe that most people do not? 11. How well do you adopt changes in work flows and design patterns? 12. What personality traits do not get along well with? 13. What are two things you passionate about? 14. Favorite display technology not CRT or LCD? 15. How did you feel the very first time you got a program to work?