- 1 Why do you want to work in sales answer?
- 2 Why do I love being in sales?
- 3 What are your strengths?
- 4 Why do you want this job?
- 5 Why do we sell?
- 6 How can I enjoy selling?
- 7 What makes you a passionate sales person?
- 8 What are the weaknesses?
- 9 What are your skills?
- 10 What are your career goals?
- 11 Why are you interested in this job?
- 12 Why you are right for this job?
- 13 What is your motivation for applying for this job?
Why do you want to work in sales answer?
Other reasons for choosing a career in sales could be the opportunity to meet new and different people, the challenges of solving problems for potential clients, the thrill of the hunt, travel, building personal relationships with clients…the list is endless. Example Answer: “I’ve always loved meeting new people.
Why do I love being in sales?
Relationship building: People in sales tend genuinely to enjoy making contacts and spending time talking with people. Providing strong customer service: This can include skills like listening to customers, helping to resolve their issues, and providing a prompt response to any problems that arise.
What are your strengths?
Common strengths include leadership, communication, or writing skills. Common weaknesses include a fear of public speaking, lack of experience with software or a program, or difficulty with taking criticism.
Why do you want this job?
Remember that you are simply giving the reasons why you want the job and why you would be a good fit for the company. ‘This opportunity is really exciting for me as I will be able to…’ ‘I see the role as a way of developing my career in a forward-thinking/well-established company/industry as…’
Why do we sell?
The most successful sales people in the world start at an entirely different place. For these people, the “why” they sell is that they sincerely want to impact the success of the people with whom they work. They relish the opportunity to leverage their solutions to bring value to their customers.
How can I enjoy selling?
How to Be Great at Sales (and Enjoy Yourself)
- First, you must have a positive attitude. If you wake up dreading your job and hate what you do, it will be almost impossible to sell anything and your potential customers will see right through you.
- Second, develop personal and production goals.
- Third, prospect.
- Fourth, know your presentation.
- Fifth, ask for the sale.
What makes you a passionate sales person?
A sales person with passion truly wants to understand the prospect or customer and his or her unique needs and how an offering fits into that picture. When a sales person is fully invested in the offerings he or she represents, that passion can be contagious for customers and prospects.
What are the weaknesses?
Here are a few examples of the best weaknesses to mention in an interview:
- I focus too much on the details.
- I have a hard time letting go of a project.
- I have trouble saying “no.”
- I get impatient when projects run beyond the deadline.
- I sometimes lack confidence.
- I can have trouble asking for help.
What are your skills?
The top ten skills graduate recruiters want
- Commercial awareness (or business acumen) This is about knowing how a business or industry works and what makes a company tick.
- Problem solving.
- Perseverance and motivation.
- Ability to work under pressure.
What are your career goals?
Overall Career Goal Examples Could Include:
- Improving your networking skills.
- Switching careers.
- Starting your own business.
- Getting a promotion.
- Becoming an expert in your field.
- Assuming a leadership position.
- Earning a degree or certificate.
- Closing more sales.
Why are you interested in this job?
Example: “I’m interested in this job because I can see that, in this role, my skills could help solve this problem within your company. I also see an opportunity for me to learn and grow these skills, so we both would benefit personally, professionally, and financially.
Why you are right for this job?
My skill set is a perfect match for the job requirements. In particular, my sales skills and managerial experience make me an ideal candidate for the position. For example, at my last job, I managed a sales team of five employees, and we had the top sales record of our company branch.
What is your motivation for applying for this job?
A good answer to any interview question is succinct and makes use of telling detail. Whatever you say about your motivation, you need to back it up with examples from your studies, work experience and/or extracurricular activities, and it should relate to the skills and aptitudes required for the job you’re going for.