Be upfront about your expectations in terms of compensation in hand, workplace culture, travel, and so on. Be honest about your skills and experience. Listen well, make sure you have understood the question/answer. If not, feel free to confirm, the hiring experts at the company are trained to explain well.
Ask questions about the culture and lifestyle. To survive in consulting here you need to be happy going from project to project, team to team, city to city, plane to hotel to plane. It can be a great way to network, see different places. Great for college grads.
The advice that I would give to someone interviewing at Capgemini is to have great eye contact and to be confident.
Answered - Healthcare Consultant/Claims Processor (Former Employee) - Pensacola, FL
Listen and understand. Great consultants are smart and listen to their customers. Inability to listen is a key reason to be bumped.
Answered - Director - Enterprise Cloud Services (Current Employee) - San Francisco, CA
Practice a few questions on the mirror you will be perfect ;)
Answered - PROOF READER LEVEL 2 (Current Employee) - El Paso, TX
Be confidence and focused, be precise to the point.. portrait yourself well, give the best of you
Answered - Process associate (Current Employee) - Bangalore
As questions about feedback and growth opportunity.
Answered - MANAGER (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL
Be confident and relax and give an interview
Answered - Sr. Business Analyst (Former Employee) - Mumbai
Must be confident.
Must have excellent communication skills as there is a direct interaction with the clients.
Must have excellent technical skills.
Must have good logical and thinking capabilities.
Answered - Senior Software Engineer (Former Employee) - Mumbai, India
Be technically sound
Answered - Project Manager (Current Employee) - Atlanta, GA