SOARA

The SOARA (situation, objective, action, results, aftermath) is a job interview technique originally developed by Hagymas Laszlo – Professor of Language at the University of Munchen and Dr. Alexander Botos – Chief Curator at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research.wikipedia
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The SOARA (situation, objective, action, results, aftermath) is a job interview technique originally developed by Hagymas Laszlo – Professor of Language at the University of Munchen and Dr. Alexander Botos – Chief Curator at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research.
Examples include the STAR and SOARA techniques.

Situation, task, action, result

STAR
The SOARA technique is similar to the Situation, Task, Action, Result technique.
The STAR technique is similar to the SOARA technique.

National Institute of Economic and Social Research

National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR)
The SOARA (situation, objective, action, results, aftermath) is a job interview technique originally developed by Hagymas Laszlo – Professor of Language at the University of Munchen and Dr. Alexander Botos – Chief Curator at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research.