In principle, we can cite examples of non-work related. Provided that they demonstrate your skills to those that actually come in handy in the future. Question 4. Tell us about a situation where you are in a conflict in a group of colleagues or misunderstood. Option: How do you resolve conflicts? Correct: Give an example of negligence of subordinates, and how you fix the situation … The examples should be limited to industrial relations. In fact, recruiters are always looking for people who get along well with other people, but at the same time solve the problem posed by. They are looking for someone who can rise above the conflict and emotions, to find a solution win-win.

The error is not the time to tell how much you hate your current boss or colleagues! Nor should we say, how hard to work in your company and how many arguments you have to change jobs. Nor can we say: "I never have problems with other people." Comment. This question gives you an opportunity to demonstrate your communication skills and experience of teamwork. The interviewer is looking for expressions of maturity and ability to stay calm, while others around you are losing them. Not Think of what you are waiting for a complete solution. Rather – an example of how you worked out a collective decision, taking into account the views of different parties. Learn more at: Ben Horowitz. Question 5. Where and who do you see yourself in 3/5/10 years? Option: How do you see your work career (the plan to do) after 2 years (five, ten years)? That's right: It should answer you in the future career plan, formulating goals and stages of personal career.