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Kotak Mahindra Bank
Sales Manager - Home Loans, Credit Card Division was asked...7 December 2013

Why do you want to be in sales? What makes you think you are fit for sales job? Why home loans/credit cards?

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because I am working with HDB Financial SERVICES Ltd as sales manager in loan department . Actually I have 6 year experience .So i want job with kotak bank Less

I know that about sales


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If you had to do your taxes in 24 hours, how would you do them.

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Samsung Electronics

None. Just standard. She asked "What role and product do you want to oversee?" ... my answer was the position I am interviewing for (otherwise, why would I be there?!")

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Mobile phone - from mid to high end range at Marketing Manager level.

The position which I applied is digital marketing executive and I know that I will do well in that field and will work hard in order to achieve sales target in given time without fail Less

The role is Product Marketing Manager, if I will be in this position, I will definitely review the market or previous research and sales data first. Then I will find and/or create demand for our products by using best fit strategy . If there is demand the sales will get high for sure. For the products , every product have their ways of sales and marketing strategies. Less

Encompass Health

Tell me about a time where you had to handle a unsatisfied customer, what did you do, and what was the outcome?

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Shared an experience within my career where I had resolved a customers complaints, taking Ownership of the issues and finding a solution. This resulted in a happy client with a strengthened relationship. Less

When I was working at Walmart as the Overnight Shift Stocker, I would see customer come in and get mad because they did not see an item they wish to purchase. If I see a customer having a hard time and is unsatisfied with their outcome, I would walk up to them and ask if they need any help. If I can find the item in the store I would go and get the items for the customer. But if we did not have the item in the store, I would tell the customer in a nice and clam manner, that we do not have the item in the store and is there's any substitution they would like to take the place of that item. Very often I see customer mad at the fact that Walmart do not have what they came for, especially when they call the store or check the website to make sure the item is in before they come to the store. Less

Ispahani Group

Steps of market research

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Do you believe at your age that you have the drive to deal with a highly regulated revenue mix

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Yes i have the drive and competency to deal with the complications of the revenue model Less

Harley-Davidson, Inc.

They were all tell me about a time... When you had a confrontation with your boss. When you dealt with a difficult customer. Where you were right and the customer was wrong. When you had to discipline a subordinate...

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STAR method - situation, task, actions, results

Avery Dennison

Give me an example of how you build trust through influence.

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Listen. Talk less. Don't make commitments or promises you can't keep. Then start acting on your group of influences ideas. Once they feel you are working "for" them, you are investing in your relationship bank account. Less


What is your life goal?

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Ownership Equity, Get paid what I'm worth, not what the market will bear.


Would you consider proving yourself and your skills as a entry level representative before we promote you to a manager?

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I have over 20 years in sales management - this was an insult and I told them so - to go back to entry level with no base pay and 100% commission. Less

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