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Define your strengths worksheet

© Copyright 2008. Tara West 


Every interviewer and interview will be different – so too the questions that are asked – but 9 times out of 10 you’ll come across the question “What are your main strengths?”

Being prepared is a vital ingredient to ensure you respond confidently and with conviction. 

Confidence is all about knowing what makes you tick and what makes you a valuable individual from an “employable” sense. Conviction is about backing up your claims with sound examples.


Taking the time to define your strengths can be a valuable instrument in your job seeking toolbox!  

I've put together this Worksheet to assist you; provided free of charge! I hope you find it of benefit.  (Note:  worksheet branded under the Aussie Résumés brand.)


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