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Leading Questions - Solutions1:25 with Tomer Sharon
Let's discuss how to avoid asking leading questions during your interviews
Let's go over the questions, and see which ones are leading questions. 0:00 1, would you rather use the current version or this new, improved one? 0:04 The words new and improved hint that you think this is a better product. 0:10 Hence, this is a leading question. 0:14 2, how does this compare to the way Facebook works now? 0:17 Now, while this might seem as a non-leading question, it is, 0:21 because you're hinting that Facebook works well now. 0:25 3, what did you think about that? 0:29 Well, this might seem as a non-leading question, it is a leading question. 0:32 It hints that you should think something about that while, in fact, 0:36 you might not think anything about that. 0:39 4, would you click here to submit? 0:42 This is a clear leading question. 0:45 It's as if you are saying click here to submit. 0:47 5, what's wrong with this? 0:50 This is a leading question, hinting that you think something is wrong with this and 0:53 you're looking for the participant to agree with you. 0:57 6, please show me how you would respond to this message. 0:59 Again, this is a leading question, because you're hinting that 1:05 there should be a response from the participant to this message. 1:08 7, would you use a feature that helps you track sales pipelines? 1:11 Well, this is a trick question. 1:18 It's not a leading question, but 1:19 it's a very bad question because it's asking about the future. 1:21
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