Omg...these behavioral interviews are such a joke. I've been thru several myself and luckily succeeded them. Pisses me off when they go from one question to 50 more....they basically wanna know how you would handle the situation, or if you got into an arguement with your boss or co worker. See how smart you are.
I would start out with asking the fellow employees (Team members as every other company calls it but some still are/act like bitches) and see if they have been in a similar situation.
Taking on new challenges. Well that's a new one, but I'd say do/try your best to meet deadlines for a customer or whatever. There's always gonna be fast paced...but safety comes first no matter what the situation. Parts can be made again....human parts cannot.
There's always gonna be likes/dislikes within a company/corporation. Just gotta follow the rules man....regardless how much we hate it. Maybe if an idea came to mind to improve it or make it worthwhile to other employees/co workers.
Using logic to solve a problem. Most companies don't have the time to actually show you to solve a problem or situation. So, that said, you gotta put your thinking cap on and just try/do your best at solving it.....there's no harm at giving your best. A for effort. Wheather it's wrong or right, they could look at ya and say that was a good try, however next time....blah blah blah. Or ask how it's done. At times, your thinking may be needed.
last one...disagree with your boss. I would say stick to what he tells you, even if your 100% right. I would still say I'll do it your way. But if it's wrong and it gets brought up, just say you were following what you were being told, but told him your way would be more better or correct.
Hope this helps...I could go on and on....but it's gettin' to me lol.
Can I ask what job this is for? Name of company?
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