Number the boys, "Contestant 1, 2, and 3"Ask the boys a question. The boy with the most points wins a date to Starbucks or Coldstone or Mc Donalds with the girl and two leaders.
They write down their answers, trying to sweep the girl off her feet with romance.
That being said, because most people know they’re supposed to prepare a couple of questions, I’ve now started paying very close attention to the quality of a question. Is it something this person is genuinely wondering about, or are they asking just to ask? I love when people ask me challenging questions like, “Where do you see the business going over the next 5 years,” or “What’s your favorite thing about your job? ” (although that question is obviously important and fine to ask).
If someone can make me think in an interview, chances are I’m really going to enjoy working with them every day. Show your passion One of the questions I always ask in an interview is, “What do you like to do for fun?
After all, in our business it’s not like we’re relying on special patents or complex machinery.
Our value exists solely in our people, and recruiting is our most important challenge as a company.
It makes for a more interesting office culture, which in turn leads to more creative thinking.
And while we’re here, I would like to mention the one thing that never fails to rub me the wrong way (other than typos in a resume).
I suppose it would be nice to hire someone who already knew the lingo or had a few techniques up their sleeves, but it’s so easy to pick that stuff up if you’re a smart, motivated person. Again this will tell you if you like the same kind of music, smooth jazz, classic rock, country. If you could be anyone else for a day, who would you choose? This will tell you if they plan or go with the flow, do they brew their own coffee or buy a cup on the way? Our advice if it’s the latter, break it off and don’t look back. This could tell you if they are greedy, to giving, or a moderate who will save some, use some, and give some. Bring the girl in and sit her in the chair on the other side of the curtain (cover her eyes while she walks in so she doesn't see the boys competing).If your group is small and she's able to memorize all the boys and guess who the contestants are, just have her face the wall the whole time. Then onto the next question until you've run out of questions.