I've already shared the go-to questions used by self-made billionaires when a job candidate first walks into their offices, and here's a list of the final questions they use when wrapping up interviews. Leaving on a strong note is always important — finish with a punch and prepare for your interviews by considering answers to some of these questions.
- John Catsimiditis — What do you hate to do?
- Leon Charney — How did you feel when you walked out?
- John Paul DeJoria — Is there anything else you would like to ask me?
- Tom Golisano — When are you available?
- Michael Heisley — Are there any questions that you have?
- R.J. Kirk: Highly variable.
- Ted Lerner: Questions to elicit and evaluate integrity and character.
- Rob Maguire — Do you have the passion necessary to succeed here or are you just looking for a job?
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- Seth Merrin — Do you have any questions for me?
- Jorge Perez — What are your weaknesses?
- Wilbur Ross — What questions do you have for me?
- Alexander Rovt — What would you like to achieve?
- Phil Ruffin: How much are you going to sue me for?
- Tom Secunda — If I gave you the answer to this, I'd lose my ability to interview. Everyone would be prepared.
- Patrick Soon-Shiong — What would you like to do with your life?
- Allen Stanford — Where do you want to be in five years and 10 years and, again, why are you suited for the job.