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What would you do in the first month in this job?

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For the first month, my role would be to understand the goings on of this business; what currently works, why things are done in a particular way, and how these are helping the business' goals. I would not attempt to make any radical changes, as I do not assume that what I think is best, would be best for this business.
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What would you do in the first month in this job?

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For the first month, my role would be to understand the goings on of this business; what currently works, why things are done in a particular way, and how these are helping the business' goals. I would not attempt to make any radical changes, as I do not assume that what I think is best, would be best for this business.

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Give me reasons why you would succeed at this job.

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I am interested with accounts and finance jobs.

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I'm very entrepreneurial and take ownership of projects that are assigned to me. I have very high expectations of myself and strive to meet these expectations. I'm very detailed oriented, but love working with others to achieve a shared goal.

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I am interested with accounts and finance jobs.

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Describe the most difficult scheduling problem you have faced.

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Possibly my one time management and delegation. In my previous role, I would have different projects with different priorities and deadlines attached to them. I struggled to keep my head above the water, with all the work I had assigned to me. I was encouraged by my mentor to come up with a system that would list my current projects and order these in terms or priority. This would then give me a better understanding of what I had on my plate and give me the opportunity to identify what tasks I could delegate to junior teammates.

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Have you ever met resistance when implementing a new idea or policy to a work group? How did you deal with it? What happened?

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Yes, I have. I would constantly ask for feedback as to why there was resistance and work out if there was a key influential personal that was causing this resistance. I would sit down with them to discuss their concerns in depth and try to resolve these concerns.

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Tell us about a time when you were particularly effective on prioritizing tasks and completing a project on schedule.

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What personal skills have previous leaders above you, shown, that you hope to recreate if hired in a leadership role?

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Consulting with co ordinators.

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The ability to listen and inspire others.

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Consulting with co ordinators.

7.

Have you ever trained someone before?

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In my previous role, I would assist new employees in using our software and protocols. I have also got experience in training clients to use particular software programs.

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How would you motivate accountants in the middle of a busy audit or tax season?

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I would get them to suggest a reward and a target to be hit.

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Why do you want this leadership role?

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I like to lead the people.

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This would be a great opportunity for me to stretch myself in terms of leadership and professional growth.

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I like to lead the people.

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What do you know about our accounting firm?

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Very good firm with good refutation also.

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I know that you are one of the top firms in the area, that focuses on client experience and holistic financial advice.

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Very good firm with good refutation also.

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What goals do you have for this position?

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To get to know the company and team - how everyone ticks. To make a difference in each of my team's lives, help them achieve goals in there careers.

12.

Do you hope to reach partner one day?

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Are you comfortable meeting and engaging customers?

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This is my favorite part of being an accountant. I love that we can use our unique set of skills to assist our clients achieve their business and personal dreams.

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