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Why do you need this job at Target?
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I would like to use my degrees in business with a company that has history.
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Why do you need this job at Target?
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I would like to use my degrees in business with a company that has history.
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How would you define good customer service?
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Give an example of a time in which you felt you were able to build motivation in your co-workers at work.
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When I was the program manager of the summer swim league at tacoma lawn tennis club, I was in charge of coming up with a plan, organizing, and running the swim meets. I was able to build motivation in my coworkers by communicating the importance of their task, and making sure they were comfortable and prepared for doing the job they were assigned. I held a meeting before the meets to ensure everyone knew what their role entailed, and why it mattered. If they didn't quite understand, we did a role play or gave a visual example of what their task was. I used a very positive approach when I was talking with my coworkers, and made sure that they knew that they could have fun while working in the swim meet, which motivated them to do a good job. I ran more than a few meets this last summer, and my supervisor told me that the meets went better than he had ever seen them before.
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During my time working at Tri-State Iron Works LLC., we would all work on a job site usually between 6-7am to about 5-8pm. The first half of the day would always go by fast and was where energy was at it's highest. After our lunch break, which was at 12pm, most of my co-workers were drained and had little motivation to continue. What I did was go make a quick run to the store, and buy everyone their favorite drinks. If I had enough battery life, I would put on a fun playlist in which everyone had music that they could enjoy. The most effective thing that I believe gave them the most motivation was to have a sudden burst of energy where I would pick up the pace at a pace where I had a fun rythmn to work too.
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Describe a time when you had to sacrifice quality to complete a job?
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One time, my office was tasked with a very short suspense for information. A job that would normally take 1-2 hours to complete, needed to be accomplished in a half to quarter of the time. All the required data and information was provided, but it did not look very pretty and was not to the highest quality for presentation purposes.
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A busy night at petsmart, and facing had to be left for better customer service.
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Some times at Pet Smart the appearance of the store has to be put aside for better customer service or for those last customers that have last minute questions.
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Sometimes at PetSmart customer service will take priority of facing of the shelves close to closing.
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Sometimes at PetSmart customer service will take priority of facing of the shelves close to closing.
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Why would you like a position at Target?
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