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Leo Burnett
Associate Creative Director was asked...30 April 2015

"so...what's up?" (yes, seriously)

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"nothing much, happy to be here, what's up with you?"

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Why am I interested in this position?

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Nope, have not

Did you ever hear back on the result?

SALT Branding

Do you have kids? Who takes care of your kids? How old is your child? Do you want a big family?

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I responded because I wanted the job and inquired. Was told there was heavy travel involved... Less


Each person asked me questions about how the role I was interviewing for would interact with their own functions.

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I referenced my experiences with the different types of projects and presented work samples. Less

Swift Agency

I was asked what sort of projects and work interested me the most.

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I work that were intersections of compelling visuals, current technology solutions and a delivery of the core essence of the brand that I had sincerely enjoyed and was happy to share. Less

Havas Group

How will I impact the department?

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By being results-driven.

McCann Worldgroup

What do you like about managing a team?

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I like to help creatives get to the next level in the same way my mentors helped me. Less

Nu Works Interactive Labs

How well do you adapt to change?

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I'm a self-learner and I'm not dependent on external motivation to be able to unlock necessary knowledge and skill for me to move forward. Less


How much money do you think you deserve for your level of experience/ title?

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I expressed the market I was leaving would have paid someone with me experience about $125,000 -$150,000. Less


You seem very proud of your work for your current client. Why are you looking to leave?

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I know, it seems ironic. But the reality is, I want to build meaningful things for clients and not just rush things out the door for people who dont even give them a second thought before throwing the next ill-considered, brief-less project at me. That's not a good way to build a solid working relationship, and thats not the way great work is done. Less

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