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Tricky interview question(s) – What kind of boss and coworkers have you had the most and least success with and why?

Interview question(s) that are designed to trick you. ( WHAT KIND OF BOSS AND COWORKERS HAVE YOU HAD THE MOST AND LEAST SUCCESS WITH, AND WHY? )….Why do they ask this? What makes it tricky? What response are they looking for?

Why do they ask this? Interviewers are trying to ascertain if you generally have conflicts with people and/or personality types. “Secondarily, they want to know how you can work at your best,” Taylor says.

What makes it tricky? You run the risk of appearing difficult by admitting to unsuccessful interactions with others, unless you keep emotions out of it. You may also inadvertently describe some of the attributes of your prospective boss. If you say, “I had a boss who held so many meetings that it was hard to get my work done,” and your interviewer turns beet red — you might have hit a nerve.

What response are they looking for? “They want to hear more good than bad news,” Taylor says. “It’s always best to start out with the positive and downplay the negatives.” You don’t want to be evasive, but this is not the time to outline all your personality shortcomings either. This is an opportunity to speak generally about traits that you admire in others yet appear flexible enough to work with a variety of personality types.

For example: “I think I work well with a wide gamut of personalities. Some of my most successful relationships have been where both people communicated very well and set mutual expectations up front.”

SOURCE: Business Insider

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