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How would you handle a situation where your Procter and Gamble supervisor did not properly communicate information to you?

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    How would you handle a situation where your Procter and Gamble supervisor did not properly communicate information to you?

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      Others don't always communicate with you in the style that you would prefer. Talk to the interviewer about a time when you have handled a supervisor who does not interact with you in a way that you like or that is clear to you.

      "Whenever I have had a supervisor who does not properly communicate with me, I first try to learn their style of communication and emulate it. I also try to ask a lot of questions and document instructions in writing as much as possible in order to make sure I'm understanding."

      Michelle's Answer

      "I try to be independent and find as many answers as possible on my own. As much as I would love to always work with supervisors who are great communicators, that is not always a realistic ask. I also try to repeat instructions just to verify that I'm hearing and interpreting what the supervisor really wants."

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      Anonymous Answer

      "Usually, when given a task I try to repeat the task from the standpoint of the supervisor, and in case of any misunderstanding request a different approach in clarification where I would write down the main points of the task. Ultimately I think a person should learn the most by himself, we can't always count on our supervisor to guide us all the time thru the given task."

      Cindy's Answer

      Good! Taking the initiative to clarify what you don't understand is key and flexing with your manager's communication style is also very important.

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      Anonymous Answer

      "First, I would review every information provided and what is to be done to be able to ask precise questions that I need and save both of us time."

      Marcie's Answer

      Great. Making sure to first look over everything the supervisor has provided/communicated to you is definitely important so you can prepare appropriate questions. Mention too how you would then follow up with the supervisor to get those questions answered. You could also discuss how you would think outside the box and use other resources when appropriate to gather the information you need.

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