Situational/Scenario Interview Questions

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Situational/Scenario Interview Questions Situational/ Scenario interviews- are situations or scenarios the interviewer will provide the interviewee to see how they would respond to that situation. This allows the respondent to provide a hypothetical response even if they do not have experience in the field. 1) You are in a meeting. Your manager blames you for not doing well on a task, in front of all your peers and managers from other divisions. You believe that your manager is wrong in his critique, and that he might have come to this conclusion hastily without knowing all the information. You feel you are being treated unfairly in front of your peers. You feel that your reputation may be affected by this critique. What would you do in this situation? 2) What would you do if the work of a subordinate or team member was not up to expectations? 3) A co-worker tells you in confidence that she plans to call in sick while actually taking a week's vacation. What would you do and why? 4) How would you handle it if you believed strongly in a recommendation you made in a meeting, but most of your co-workers shot it down? 5) In a training session, you find that the trainer has a thick accent, and you can't understand what's being said. What would you do? 6) What would you do if you realized at deadline time that a report you wrote for your boss or professor was not up to par? 7) How would you deal with a colleague at work with whom you seem to be unable to build a successful working relationship? 8) You disagree with the way your supervisor says to handle a problem. What would you do? 9) Who would you talk to if you discovered that a co-worker was disclosing confidential information that should not be divulged? 10) When would it be appropriate to bring in your supervisor while dealing with an angry customer? 11) How would you attempt to make changes in the process if you

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