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LEADERSHIP: Tell me about the most memorable leadership moment that you believe helped define your leadership style. Follow-Up: Tell me more about your leadership style and give me a recent example of how you put it in practice in your current role.
CULTURE FIT: Tell me about a job or a team where you didn’t feel as though you were a good match for the company or team culture. What was that culture like and why didn’t you fit in?
RESILIENCE: Tell me about a time in your career when you felt out of your depth — even if just for a moment. Tell me about that situation and how you responded.
ADVERSITY: Tell me about the most difficult situation you’ve ever had to deal with at work. What was the situation, how did you react and what was the end result?
IMPACT: Tell me about the greatest work achievement you’ve had up until this point in your career that has had the biggest impact on the company you were working for.
VISION: Tell me about a trend that you saw coming before everyone around you. What was it and how did you leverage your vision to benefit your company?
INNOVATION: Tell me about the most innovative solution that you’ve developed. What was the problem, what did you innovate and what was the result?
LEARNING AGILITY: Tell me about a time when you were literally thrown into a situation where you had no experience and you had to quickly adapt and perform. What was the situation, why was it so new and what was the result?
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