11. How do you deal with pressure or stressful situations?
Cite an example that will showcase how you can manage stressful situations through compromising. Compromising works at any given professional situation because it becomes a winning card for everyone without creating any damage.
Perhaps you had gone through a similar situation? Cite that as an example and make sure to highlight how the conflict ended ‘productively’.
12. What do you like to do outside of work?
This is another version of ‘what are your hobbies?’ and an ice breaker question. However, your answer to this will give off a little something about your personality. To keep it professional, choose to say something athletic, creative or any family/group activity. No alcohol-related hobbies allowed.
13. Do you have any questions for us?
The answer is yes. This will mean that you are interested and enthusiastic. Possible questions: “What is it like working in this company? Or “How soon can I start if I get the job?”.
14. What is your greatest strength?
Okay, now you can brag a little. Just don’t overdo it. The most important thing is that when you answer, you will have to cite an example that can validate that particular strength.
15. What is your greatest weakness?
Hot seat again! Be realistic because no one’s perfect – and mention tiny flaws. Remember to point out what you have done to overcome it and that you are continually striving to improve yourself.