The question, "What will you bring to our company?" is a direct approach to unearthing what employers really want to learn during an interview. Your answer should demonstrate that you are familiar with the company and have specific values or abilities to offer.
Showcase Organization Knowledge
An answer that demonstrates you have done your homework is impressive to a hiring manager. You might say, "In looking over your website and recent news articles about your business, I feel that my team attitude and experience working in groups would fit well into your company culture."
Another variation of this interview question is, "What do you bring to the table?" While this variation opens the door for more personal reflection, you still want to seize the opportunity to prove enthusiasm for the company and the potential contribution you could make.
Noting key accomplishments or distinct qualities that you offer strengthens your response. It is also beneficial to apply your answer to the specific department or job, as well as the organization.
For a sales position, you could say, "I have demonstrated a strong ability to identify new prospects, build rapport and maintain long-term relationships. These abilities fit well with your organization's focus on customer service and retention, and prepare me to contribute well to the sales team's performance."