A senior GE executive explains how she tests job candidates
|12/24/2016||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
If you want a job at the top with General Electric, then you had better be able to think on your feet.
“I’m big these days on the quality of being able to figure things out,” Beth Comstock, GE’s vice chairwoman, told The New York Times’ Adam Bryant during a recent interview.
In job interviews, Comstock said that she likes to test candidates to understand their methods for figuring things out.
She’ll do this by asking questions like “Give me an example where you didn’t have any rules, and what did you do?” and “What was the toughest situation you’ve ever encountered, read more >>>