Working out your strengths and weaknesses isn’t just important preparation for an interview, it’s an essential part of your ongoing career development.
Most people don’t take the time to really understand their character traits and how they impact on their performance at work. But thoroughly exploring what you are good, and not so good, at will have long term benefits for your career.
Focus on your strengths to stand out from the competition
Knowing your strengths and weaknesses means you are more likely to apply for jobs that suit your skills and interests. You will also provide confident answers about your strengths and weaknesses in an interview and have a better understanding of the value you offer an organization, which can differentiate you from the competition.