Exponential thinkingSet passionate goals, chase them restlessly and make the most of every opportunity that crosses your path. We love it when an evangelising attitude like that brings us big wins.
Hunger for impactMaking every project your own, driving it successfully to the end is a quality we admire. And we have a special knack for seeing that about you and acknowledging you for it.
Seamless collaborationWe are all for superstars, but we also love team players. Which means we look out for those whose talent thrive just as well in the collective as it does alone. It’s the secret sauce to staying Extraordinary Together.
Relentless focused executionA go-getter attitude is a virtue that we look for. This means we expect you to see things through with an unyielding zeal and agility – delivering what’s expected and right on time.
Exponential thinkingTell us about an instance when you thought of an unconventional idea or gave things an individualistic spin, which effected good change in your place of work. Even if it was minor.
Hunger for impactTake us back to the time when your sense of accountability helped save the day. . Tell us how actively you unlearnt, re-learnt and put into practice new insights from the environment and from you successes as well as failures.
Seamless collaborationDetail the ways in which collaboration has been your approach to finishing tasks, doing it in a way that makes everyone feel included and the output stand out.
Relentless focused executionRecall an incident when you pulled out all the stops to ensure getting a project out the door. The more passionate and focused you are, the better.
Be open, honest and conversational. Don’t just say things. Back it up with practical and personal examples from your life.
Take it a notch higher by showing us how passionate you are about being a part of the team, how much homework you have done on us. Leave the rest on us.
Don’t forget to give us a sneak peek into your long-term goals. It might help to organise your thoughts on all of it from beforehand and practice it aloud with friends or family.