You got an interview with a fantastic health system. You meet all of their qualifications. Then you get to the interview, and the HR representative asks, “Describe how you resolved a problem at work.”
And you freeze!
Even experienced professionals have difficulty with the interview process. In fact, people with great credentials often do not know where to begin with open-ended behavioral questions.
Many organizations use behavioral interviewing (or behavior-based interviewing) to find out how you handled specific problems in the past and what personality traits you bring to your job. Hospitals and clinics want to reduce the