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Goal-oriented individuals are most likely to achieve desired results. In order to achieve something, one must be able to identify and understand what the desired outcomes are, knowing what needs to be done in order to create a path / plan, and be able to carry out a smooth flow or transition in achieving the specific result. Creativity and practicality will always come in handy when proper procedures are defined so that all desired outcomes are achieved within the required parameters (doing so ethically). Behavioral interview questions that focus on achieving results will seek to find instances where the candidate has met or surpassed the required standards and have made good use of resources. The candidate should also be able to discuss the success indicators that let them know whether or not the goal or the objective was achieved.

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