Show you are keenly interested in a job by asking probing questions about the role, such as, “How will success be measured?” and “What’s the growth trajectory of this role?”

It can also be helpful to send prepared questions to the interviewer in advance of a meeting, according to Joe Mullings, CEO of The Mullings Group, a search firm. That shows initiative, while also ensuring a substantive conversation — one that you’ve had a chance to prepare for in advance.

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