A competency based interview is where the interviewer uses specific questions to discover your key competencies and skills, with each question asking you to describe your behaviour in specific working situations, backed up by real-life examples. For more information, check out our guide to competency based interviews.
Your interview at Deloitte can take from 1 to 2 hours, though it usually lasts about 75 minutes. You will be interviewed by a manager from the department you’ve applied to. All interviews are standardised; the interviewer will read out prepared questions and record your responses.
Why Deloitte?
Always Use Example in your Interview, and this is no different. You can increase your commercial awareness and career motivation by giving a couple of examples about what Deloitte is currently doing.
Show that you have thoroughly researched the about the company details – Refer to Deloitte’s annual turnover or first quarter results doesn’t really say very much and won’t make you stand out from the competition. You can still cite these results, however, as long as you talk about what they mean. Think about other recent developments – for example, how will Deloitte’s recent acquisition impact the firm’s consulting business? Explain how these developments are relevant to you and your interests.
If you were running Deloitte for a day, what would you do?
Deloitte is looking for someone who can make and implement clear decisions, and has exceptional planning and organisational skills. You will likely face follow-up questions that challenge your opinions; your interviewer will play Devil’s advocate to make sure you have considered things from every angle.
You could suggest, for example, that you would identify a number of areas for the business in the technology sector. If you gave an example, you would have to consider the potential impact on Deloitte’s other geographical markets and additional service lines, as well as the long term impact on business development in these areas.www.iibmindia.in
Assuming that you are selected, what will be your strategy for next 60 days?
If I am selected for this position, I’ll use my initial 60 days in understanding my role carefully in terms of the contribution to the business and increasing the overall profitability. I’ll sit with my line manager and other juniors to understand what has already been done and what its impact has been. From there on, I’ll formulate my strategy to growth in close conjunction with managers and see that it is properly implemented.
How would you improve upon our product/ company?
Since I will be coming from an altogether new environment, I am bound to possess a new perspective towards everything here including the company, product, customers, environment, strategy etc. This will enable me to constructively question things which anyone else here might not do. This will help in improving the things and making the product & company better. Having worked closely with product development team I understand how the research for product development is carried out and how is customer requirement analysed; I’d be able to provide a value addition there too.

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