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Do you see yourself a leader? When have you led a team?

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    Do you see yourself a leader? When have you led a team?

      How to Answer

      Perhaps you have led a club at work, been a coach for a youth sports team, or were on the advisory board for a non-profit organization. You should always be prepared to show the interviewer that you have a natural ability to lead others. Whether you have led a group of 500 or a team of 2, you must display to the interviewer that you are capable of handling the responsibility that comes with being a leader and mentor.

      Talk about your desire to be a leader. Share with the interviewer that you strive to be a role model for others. Explain that you jump at the opportunity to lead groups, encourage your counterparts, and be a face of the organization when challenges arise.

      "In my current position, I am the president of the social committee. I love that I have the opportunity to encourage employee engagement while being a positive influence on the workplace culture. I am a natural leader because I start with leading by example. As a leader, I make myself available to others who need mentorship, a bit of assistance in adjusting to their role, or just a listening ear when they've had a tough day. I am confident in my leadership abilities and look forward to joining your team in a leadership role."

      Michelle's Answer

      "I definitely see myself as a leader. Not only have I managed a team in two prior roles, but also I believe that leadership does not always equate to management. Leadership is more of a mindset than a title or specific position. I am sure to lead at all times by providing the best model, enthusiasm and work ethic of the organization. I am open to new ideas and love to tackle a new project which, to me, embodies leadership."

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      Anonymous Answer

      "I certainly do, often I would myself in situations where when it's up to the team to choose a leader among us, that the team would agree to choose me. Simply because they have trust in me and know me as a person that holds to great standards and can always count on me to step up in different situations and guide them step by step if they get stuck. I inspire to lead by example, so that's what I do."

      Cindy's Answer

      Good start. Can you discuss a time when you led a team? How did you win the confidence and accomplish the group task?

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      Anonymous Answer

      "Not only do I see myself as a leader, but I also love to take the lead. In general, I lead all the teams that I could (unless another person wanted to lead). I managed teams of 10 for 3 years at work and managed all of my team's projects at school."

      Marcie's Answer

      Excellent! This is a strong answer, but don't forget to include details about what kind of teams you led and what these teams accomplished under your leadership. The more details, the better!

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