You're ready to answer the hard questions, but don't forget the easy ones:
Every question the Interviewer asks you is really only one question:
“WHY SHOULD I HIRE YOU?”
It's important to be prepared for the general introductory question the hiring manager might ask. The hiring manager is likely to ask about your background so they can be sure they're hiring the most qualified candidate. Not all employers are skilled at interviewing. You need to prepare for each interview to ensure that your background and skills are adequately presented to the interviewer. Be clear and concise. If you have properly rehearsed, this should not be an issue. For example, If asked “Tell me about yourself” say, “I’d love to, where would you like me to start?” This will set the direction/priorities of the interview. The interviewer also wants to know what they can expect from you on a practical level.
Check some surely anticipated questions below:
Tell me about yourself.
How did you hear about this position?
Describe some of your greatest strengths.
What's been your greatest accomplishment as a (position)?
Why do you want to work at our company?
Based on your understanding of the position and company what interests you about this career opportunity?
Tell me about a time you collaborated with your colleagues to ensure quality of work?
How do you think you could improve our (position) process?
And, of course: Why should I hire you?
So, there you have it. Always remember to prepare for the interview by thinking of answers to the most common questions. And when it comes to bragging about your accomplishments, don't be afraid to do it! With these tips, you'll be sure to slam your next interview!