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30 Questions and Answers by Rachelle Enns

Updated August 21st, 2018 | Rachelle is a job search expert, career coach, and headhunter
who helps everyone from students to fortune executives find success in their career.
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How does this position fit into your career goals?
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Is this particular position a good fit? Is it a step up in your career or - a stagnant move that you are just complacent with taking until something better comes along? Assure the interviewer that this position will be challenging for you, is a step up in responsibilities, and that it fits with your overall career goals.
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  1. How does this position fit into your career goals?
  2. What unique qualities about yourself would you bring to our company?
  3. How will you earn the trust of your coworkers?
  4. How do you determine priorities when you have multiple tasks at hand?
  5. What experience do you have using team-based messaging applications?
  6. Where do you see yourself five years from now?
  7. Think about a difficult boss, professor or coworker. What made him or her difficult? How did you successfully interact with this person?
  8. When you suffer a setback, how does that emotionally affect you and your work?
  9. What are your salary expectations?
  10. Tell me about a time when communication became an issue when working on a team.
  11. What work situations excite and motivate you?
  12. Personality fit is important to us at Qatar Airways. How would you describe your personality?
  13. Rate your communication skills from 1-10 with proper examples backing your given rating.
  14. How do you get along with others at work?
  15. If you could start your career over again, what direction would you take?
  16. At Qatar Airways, exceptional customer service is our priority. How will you ensure that our service standards are continually met?
  17. When have you had to shift your priorities in response to sudden changes?
  18. The airline industry is full of unexpected scenarios. When have you faced an unexpected difficulty?
  19. What do you hope to gain most from your time with Qatar Airways?
  20. List the top 3 skills that will make you an ideal team member at Qatar Airways.
  21. As a Flight Attendant, you are responsible for ensuring that the safety of all passengers is a priority. What would you do if you felt there was a safety threat?
  22. All employees of Qatar Airways are expected to wear a uniform to work. Are you comfortable with this policy?
  23. Why are you the best choice for Qatar Airways?
  24. Employees of Qatar Airways are expected to be reliable, on time, and accessible when on shift. Do you consider yourself to be a dedicated employee?
  25. Aside from your experience working in the airline industry, do you have experience in other customer service based roles?
  26. In order to work for Qatar Airways you are required to pass a criminal record check. Are you comfortable accommodating this?
  27. As a Flight Attendant you will be asked to work a wide range of hours and a lot of overtime. Are you able to accommodate the unpredictable schedule associated with being a Flight Attendant?
  28. Have you received training on how to handle an in-flight emergency?
  29. Do you have any formal training in First Aid or CPR?
  30. Tell me about any airline related training that you have been through.
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15 Qatar Airways Answer Examples with User Answers
1.
How does this position fit into your career goals?
Is this particular position a good fit? Is it a step up in your career or - a stagnant move that you are just complacent with taking until something better comes along? Assure the interviewer that this position will be challenging for you, is a step up in responsibilities, and that it fits with your overall career goals.

Rachelle's Answer #1
"My primary goal in my career as a flight attendant is to become a senior team member and eventually train others in the airline industry. I feel that what Qatar Airways offers is a strong path towards those goals and I am excited about what this position has to offer."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"This position offers the next steps in my career and the growth that I am ready to see. I have spent the last couple of years attending additional coursework to get me here, and I'm excited to show Qatar Airways what I can do!"
Anonymous Answer
"This position fulfills the next step in my 5-year professional plan, which includes working overseas in a multicultural environment."
Lauren's Answer
Great response. An interviewer would be pleased to know that you are applying for a position that is in within your scope and career path.
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Anonymous Answer
"This position offers an opportunity to implement my background in claims management on a broader scale. I expect to grow and eventually take on more responsibility as a senior team member while training others on claims procedures to ensure a positive customer experience."
Rachelle's Answer
This answer is very specific. Wonderful job! You show the interviewer that you have a clear idea of where you want to grow with their company.
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2.
What unique qualities about yourself would you bring to our company?
There are some things that your resume cannot do. Showing off your fabulous personality is one of them, for instance! Talk to the interviewer about some of your unique qualities and be sure to tie these qualities into how they will benefit the company, should they hire you.

Rachelle's Answer #1
"I have a unique ability to strike up a conversation and build rapport with nearly anyone. This skill is a great help when it comes to customer service and sales. My up-selling percentages are always very high."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"I have a strong ability to lead teams of people no matter their background or personality. I can relate to many people because I approach them on their level and get to know them in a way they are most comfortable."
Anonymous Answer
"I offer many unique qualities that can assist Qatar Airways. Some of my abilities include time management, being a fast learner, and the ability to analyze the environment. Time management is a strength I have used to prioritize tasks and ensure the meeting of deadlines or objectives. As an adaptable person, I pick up on new skills and projects quickly while surveying the environment for new operative efficiencies. I can easily keep up with trends or changes throughout the day while minimizing miscommunication with coworkers. I consider myself a conscientious employee, which is another unique strength I can bring to Qatar Airways."
Lauren's Answer
Great, well-rounded response. I assisted with grammatical edits and sentence structure. Be prepared to go into detail about ways you have analyzed an environment to improve production or quality. And, think about specific times when you have relied on your skills in a fast-paced work environment. Thinking ahead to different work scenarios will help you prepare for an interview.
"I offer many unique qualities that can assist Qatar Airways. Some of my abilities include time management, being a fast learner, and the ability to analyze the environment. Time management is a strength I have used to prioritize tasks and ensure the meeting of deadlines or objectives. As an adaptable person, I pick up on new skills and projects quickly while surveying the environment for new operative efficiencies. I can easily keep up with trends or changes throughout the day while minimizing miscommunication with coworkers. I consider myself a conscientious employee, which is another unique strength I can bring to Qatar Airways."
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Anonymous Answer
"I have strong communication and interpersonal skills that help me build effective working relationships with people at all levels. I am also patient and empathetic towards customer needs and expectations."
Rachelle's Answer
These are nice qualities and align very well with the goals of Qatar Airways. I like how confident you are in your response.
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3.
How will you earn the trust of your coworkers?
Workplace relationships are important to nurture. Talk to the interviewer about how you plan to earn the trust of your new co-workers, should you be offered the position.

Rachelle's Answer #1
"I feel that the best way to earn the trust of my co-workers is to be helpful, always do what I promise, and be honest with them at all times. Strong relationships have to be built on these principles."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"Here are some ways that you can build trust with your coworkers:

- Show common courtesy. Say hello, hold the elevator door, bring coffees now and then
- Be respectful in your communication, avoid over cc'ing unnecessarily in emails
- Avoid being a distraction, and respect the use of their time
- Respect their personal space and the line between work life and personal life
- Always ask if they have time before diving into a conversation
- Try to find the answer to your questions before running to ask a manager or co-worker
- Connect with them on LinkedIn but avoid more personal social media platforms
- Treat everyone the same, regardless of their job title
- Do not complain about your job to your coworkers
- Reach out to new employees and make them feel comfortable
- Own up to your mistakes and fix them
- Be timely with your followups and meet your deadlines"
Anonymous Answer
"By effective and respectful communication and showing common courtesy. Treat everyone fairly. Reach out to colleagues and make them feel comfortable. Help in defusing workplace conflicts and frictions by discussing important issues. Ensure timely followups and meeting deadlines."
Rachelle's Answer
These are all exceptional ways to earn the trust of your coworkers. Excellent answer!
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Anonymous Answer
"By being respectful and sensitive to their work needs as well as always doing what I am expected to do accurately and on time. Also, by showing common courtesy and treating everyone the same way."
Rachelle's Answer
'Treating everyone the same way' touches on important workplace efforts towards inclusion. This is a very good answer! You sound self-aware and thoughtful.
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4.
How do you determine priorities when you have multiple tasks at hand?
When you feel torn between multiple projects or tasks, how do you decide which one needs your attention the most? Assure the interviewer that you can be diligent when it comes to assessing your priorities.

Rachelle's Answer #1
"I will determine which project requires my attention by the number of hours we are behind and then the project size. I am comfortable delegating tasks when needed, but I am also aware that these times will require an additional commitment of hours from me. Never have I under delivered on a deadline."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"If, for example, I have more than one customer who needs me, I will page for assistance so that nobody is left waiting. It's essential to have team members that you can rely on to step in when you become too busy."
Anonymous Answer
"I list the tasks at hand and identify what is urgent vs. important. I will then prioritize them based on what needs immediate attention and also order them based on estimated effort. I also like to be flexible, and adaptable should other issues arise."
Rachelle's Answer
It's great that you added in your ability to be flexible and adaptable. Nice answer!
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5.
What experience do you have using team-based messaging applications?
There are many options for communication software and messaging applications. Give the interviewer a brief overview of the apps you use and assure them that you can learn about their internal system, should it be new to you.

Rachelle's Answer #1
"I have used a variety of team-based messaging applications. I am best versed in Brosix, AOL Instant Messenger, and Freedcamp. No matter which system you use I am sure that I can pick it up very quickly."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"Our current company uses Slack for most projects. Slack stands for 'Searchable Log of All Conversation and Knowledge,' which helps describe why it's so useful for a sales team. All knowledge of clients, products, and projects are at our fingertips. Which team-based applications do you use here?"
Anonymous Answer
"I do have experience using Webex; this application is very convenient and easy to use. Other than Webex, I do use Skype for business."
Lauren's Answer
Great answer. You included the applications and your opinion. I made minor changes.
"I have experience using Webex and Skype for Business. Both applications were extremely convenient and easy to use. I learn new applications easily, so I am open to other team-based messaging applications you use."
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Anonymous Answer
"My primary experience has been emailing and skype. I, however, believe I can pick up very quickly on any messaging applications in your company."
Rachelle's Answer
Good! If you feel comfortable, ask the interviewer which systems they use, in the event that you can practice in advance :)
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6.
Where do you see yourself five years from now?
Interviewing and on-boarding is a costly and time-consuming process for any company and hiring manager. Assure the interviewer that you are seeking a long-term fit with your next employer.

Take a look at the career growth options with the company. If any of these stand out to you, it's a great idea to mention them to the interviewer explicitly. Your expressed interest in those particular internal opportunities will solidify the fact that you are, indeed, seeking a long-term fit with them.

Rachelle's Answer #1
"I am looking for a long-term fit in my next position. As you can see, I had strong progress and career growth in my previous company. I would love to see the same success with your company. I did notice on your website that you have global leadership opportunities. If I could work my way into a role like that, I would be thrilled."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"It's impossible to know where you will be in 5 years but be sure to assure the interviewer that, given all possible circumstances, you could see yourself as a long-term fit for their position.

For example: "Ideally, five years from now, I would love to see myself growing into a more prominent leadership role within your organization. My career interests align very nicely with your company's goals which helps me to see a great long-term fit here."
Anonymous Answer
"In five years, I see myself working for a multicultural company and appointed as a Senior Manager. I believe I possess many leadership qualities that will be best utilized in that role. I will be living another goal of mine, traveling while working."
Lauren's Answer
Great answer! I included leadership, so that your interviewer notices your desire to move up. Your affinity of traveling while working is another great trait that makes you a strong candidate.
"In five years, I see myself working for a multicultural company and appointed as a Senior Manager. I believe I possess many leadership qualities that will be best utilized in that role. Additionally, I still see myself traveling while working. It is an aspect of my current work that I love and would like to continue."
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Anonymous Answer
"I would like to have grown into a trusted senior team member and taken on more responsibility."
Rachelle's Answer
The interviewer should appreciate that you have your sights set on being a senior team member, down the road. If you can give a specific job title or function, that would make your answer even stronger.
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7.
Think about a difficult boss, professor or coworker. What made him or her difficult? How did you successfully interact with this person?
Show the interviewer that you work well with most personalities even though you recognize there are some folks out there who are quite difficult to please.

Think about that one person at work who is seen as hard to please. Perhaps there is someone at work who tries to intimidate others. Talk to the interviewer about what made this person challenging and what their relationship was to you. Avoid speaking poorly of anyone and be sure to end your response on a positive note.

Rachelle's Answer #1
"I once worked at a locally owned shop where the owner was very demanding. When the owner would walk into the store, employees would announce over their headset system that the owner was in the building, so that everyone could prepare themselves for his entrance into their department. The owner had great intentions; however, his people skills were a little rough. I could see that he meant well, and I recognized that he wanted to do a lot of good things. When we interacted, I always took his feedback with the understanding that he didn't mean things as harshly as they came out."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"I once worked for an executive who was very difficult in meetings and with interacting with groups of others. I took it upon myself to help this person interact better with others. When she would bark orders, I would reiterate what she was trying to say to the group more professionally. It took some time, but she learned to behave in a way that made people want to work with her."
Anonymous Answer
"I once had this senior tech in Base maintenance who was very difficult with interacting with groups of others. I took it upon myself to help this person interact better and more professionally with others. This helped him to perform better as a team player as I could see that he was already experienced and good at his job."
Rachelle's Answer
It's great that you helped this person become a better communicator. If you could dive into how you went about doing that, it would complete your response.
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Anonymous Answer
"I would say a hard to please person. To interact successfully, I learned to focus on the issues at hand within the expected K.P.Is and to strive to deliver beyond expectation as overall, we are working towards a common goal."
Rachelle's Answer
Over-delivering on expectations is a good approach when working for someone difficult to please. Good answer!
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8.
When you suffer a setback, how does that emotionally affect you and your work?
Everyone handles the stress and disappointment of setbacks differently. Discuss with the interviewer how you typically cope with delays in the workplace.

Rachelle's Answer #1
"Experiencing a setback is always disappointing, and can be a bit disheartening, but I understand that it happens from time to time. If I experience a major setback, I will take a few moments to debrief with my manager and discuss what I could have done differently. Then, I move on!"
Rachelle's Answer #2
"Setbacks happen for a reason, and they do not affect me emotionally in the least. I am a very pragmatic thinker and stay focused on my project despite the challenges that come my way. I am a creative thinker, so setbacks are often used as a new jumping off point to something even better."
Anonymous Answer
"When I experience a setback, I become reflective and proactive. I take time to myself to think about what went wrong and how I can improve. I tend to be more reserved and quieter when I am pensive. Productivity does not waiver, but my demeanor may be more solemn."
Lauren's Answer
This is a good response, because the interviewer is getting as sense of your personality. I assisted with minor edits.
"When I experience a setback, I become reflective and proactive. I take time to myself to think about what went wrong, and how I can improve. I tend to be more reserved and quieter when I am pensive. Productivity does not waiver, but my demeanor may be more solemn."
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Anonymous Answer
"I think setbacks are a part of life, particularly setback on the job can seem disappointing and affect the morale. However, it is something that should be factored into the equation and therefore whenever I experience a set back a take a few moments to think about the cause and what could have been done differently? Setbacks cannot be reversed but they can act as a learning curve because a mistake should corrected before it becomes an error. I usually move move on forward after a setback."
Rachelle's Answer
Your answer is very thorough and shows excellent insight. Nicely done! I have reworded slightly for impact.
"I think setbacks are a part of life. Setbacks on the job can seem disappointing and affect morale; however, setbacks are something that should be factored into the equation. Whenever I experience a setback, I take a few moments to think about the cause and what I could have done differently. Setbacks are often irreversible, but they can be treated as a lesson. I always do my best to move forward after a setback."
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9.
What are your salary expectations?
The best way to discuss your salary expectations is to use your current earnings as an example. Be open, and honest. Transparency is the best choice when salary based questions arise.

Rachelle's Answer #1
"Currently, I earn a base salary of $45,000 per year plus a potential 20% annual bonus. Last year my earnings were $52,000, and I would like to stay in the same range or slightly higher."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"Although my current salary is $45K/year, I am seeking $52K in my next position. Because I work for a very small organization, they are not able to offer me a competitive compensation compared to the industry marketplace."
Anonymous Answer
"I'm in a position to choose where I want to dedicate myself. I would like to be able to cover my bills and accommodation, but the salary is not my main focus."
Rachelle's Answer
This answer is vague. It's important to ask yourself if the hiring authority would gain any clarity with this response. Probably not. Our bills change based on if we have a big mortgage and expensive care vs. if we have roommates and take public transit. Try being more specific, which will not only help the interviewer but will also help you get what you want. If the salary is not your main focus, then tell the interviewer what is most important to you. I have provided an example below.
"I would be happy with a base salary in the $40,000-45,000 range with opportunities to grow. Salary is not my main focus as I value a complete benefits package, including health and dental care, flight benefits, and ample paid vacation time."
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10.
Tell me about a time when communication became an issue when working on a team.
Give an example of a time you when you couldn't seem to explain what you needed from other team members or, talk about how one of your team members couldn't communicate effectively. Be sure to include what the overall outcome was of the situation, and what you did to repair the communication issue.

Rachelle's Answer #1
"I worked on a team to solve a problem that could have potential effects on our ability to grow the business and reach our goals. Each person on the team was tasked with a different aspect, such as gathering data and analyzing it. We came together to discuss the results but couldn't seem to agree. We were struggling to listen to each person's opinion. I explained my observation, and I suggested we give each person a chance to talk through their findings and opinions, which helped us take a more collaborative approach."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"My current company recently went through a merger which has caused a lack of communication between the team as thoughts of job security flood people. I suggested my department head that we have a team building event. Gathering everyone together to remind them that we are still a team was beneficial."
Anonymous Answer
"We once had a situation during a short transit chk when there were multiple defects along with the transit chk and I had 2 techs supporting me on that occasion. The following were the defects on the day: 1. Bird strike on eng 5 which had to be 2. Cabin related defects. 4. Refuel fault prior to refueling. 3. Refueling + transit chk. I had a bit of a debrief with my team and laid down the plan of action. However, I noticed that one of the techs wasn't working to plan. I felt that he did not perhaps listen to my initial communication or that he wasn't following the discussed plan of action. I wanted to find out the exact reason for this. I quietly pulled him out of the process and in private, I asked him if he had properly understood my recommendation. I found out that there had been some miscommunication and subsequently made sure that the plan was once again communicated to him in a more clear manner and I made sure that he fully understood what was required and also the gravity of the situation. I realized that he did reciprocate in the desired manner."
Rachelle's Answer
You sound like an exceptional leader! This is a fantastic answer with a lot of great detail for the interviewer.
"We once had a situation during a transit check when there were multiple defects. I had two techs supporting me on that occasion. I had a bit of a debrief with my team and laid down the plan of action. However, I noticed that one of the techs wasn't working to plan. I felt that this tech did not perhaps listen to my initial communication as to why he wasn't following the discussed plan of action. I quietly pulled him out of the process, and in private, I asked him if he had properly understood my recommendation. I found out that there had been some miscommunication and subsequently made sure that the plan was once again communicated concisely. I made sure that he fully understood what was required and also the gravity of the situation. Moving forward, he complied with our plan of action."
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Anonymous Answer
"We were analyzing our processes to determine what was critical to quality on our insurance service based on the overall customer journey in the organization. This was to help us align our K.P.I.s to the customer journey eventually. It was difficult for us to agree. As the project lead, I decided to breakdown the project into small bits of analyzing each job process individually, which enabled us to agree and map our processes more clearly."
Rachelle's Answer
Breaking down the project into smaller bits is an excellent approach! Communication often breaks down when team members feel overwhelmed. Again, the interviewer should see your confidence in leadership in this answer. Nice :)
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11.
What work situations excite and motivate you?
It is essential, for your success, that the hiring manager knows how to keep you motivated and excited to come to work every day. Share with the interviewer what they could do to ensure that you are happy and productive.

Rachelle's Answer #1
"I am most motivated, on the job, when tasks are organized, and the vibe is positive. I value strong teamwork and good leadership."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"I am most motivated on the job when I feel like an active contributor and an important member of the team. When I feel listened to and valued, I am excited to do my best work."
Anonymous Answer
"Work situation that excites and motivate me the most is where other team members and I actively discussed and sharing our opinion. By doing this, we elevate our knowledge and quickly getting solutions for each issue."
Lauren's Answer
This response ties in beautifully with the previous answer. See my suggestion below.
"I am the most excited and motivated when I feel a sense of harmony and togetherness within my workgroup. I like hearing others’ opinions and feel refreshed when we talk out any issues (as in the previous scenario I mentioned)."
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Anonymous Answer
"I am most motivated whenever there is a challenge, teamwork, and good leadership. I do understand that not every moment is challenging, and it is usually the routine stuff. However, a sense of ownership, time constraints, and uncertainty of the moment keep me motivated and ready for the next event. I can adapt well to sudden changes."
Rachelle's Answer
Very good answer! The interviewer will have a great idea of how to motivate you should you be hired.
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12.
Personality fit is important to us at Qatar Airways. How would you describe your personality?
Personality and character are two very different things. The interviewer is looking for more information on your traits vs. your integrity. This answer could include buzzwords such as introverted, energetic, and confident.

Rachelle's Answer #1
"I would describe my personality as approachable, light-hearted, and positive. I believe that, if asked, my colleagues and supervisor would say the same about me."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"I am confident, friendly, and a go-getter. Are these personality traits that you are looking for in your next hire?"
Anonymous Answer
"How I describe my personality, I'm a typical blood type A person. I'm meticulous, detail-oriented, like rules and also love to plan. I'm easy to fit in in a new work area cause I like to analyze the environment."
Lauren's Answer
Great answer. I helped with the sentence flow of your answer.
"I describe myself as a “Type A” personality; I am meticulous, detail-oriented, and prefer rules and a structured plan. I constantly survey and analyze my environment to best serve the needs of the group or task at hand."
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Anonymous Answer
"I believe that I am confident, positive, and approachable. I have a sense of integrity about myself. I do not appreciate talking negatively about anyone or the company."
Rachelle's Answer
Great! It's important to focus on positivity, so I am sure the interviewer will appreciate your answer.
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13.
Rate your communication skills from 1-10 with proper examples backing your given rating.
On a scale of 1-10, how skilled are you in communication? Why did you choose that particular rating for yourself?

Rachelle's Answer #1
"I rate my communication skills as a 9/10 as I will, on occasion, have times when I am not as clear as I would like to be. My supervisor and co-workers will attest to my clear and concise communication skills."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"Communication is critical in the airline industry. I would rate my communication skills as a 7 out of 10 because there is always room for improvement. Because I am an open leader, my team will let me know if I need to clarify anything. Communication needs to run smoothly, both ways."
Anonymous Answer
"I rate my communication skills between 6 and 7. I rate myself rather high due to my previous experiences as a Project Manager and Team Leader. Under my direction, projects were completed successfully and on-time. I credit those achievements to the way I lead my staff; I provided clear expectations, ensured they had the necessary materials to get the job done, and checked-in with them periodically to help the projects along."
Lauren's Answer
Good start. I included specific things you could have done to achieve positive results.
"I rate my communication skills between 7 and 8. I rate myself rather high due to my previous experiences as a Project Manager and Team Leader. Under my direction, projects were completed successfully and on-time. I credit those achievements to the way I lead my staff; I provided clear expectations, ensured they had the necessary materials to get the job done, and checked-in with them periodically to help the projects along."
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Anonymous Answer
"I would rate my skills as probably 7 out of 10 as there is always room for improvement. I believe that I am an open personality and my team and colleagues will let me know if any clarification is required. I believe communication should be transparent and run both ways."
Rachelle's Answer
This is a good rating - make sure you give yourself enough credit! :) Try to eliminate words like 'probably' as they sound uncertain.
"I rate my communication skills as an 8 out of 10 since I am excellent, but there is always room for improvement. I have an open personality, and my team will tell me if I need to clarify any instructions. Communication should be transparent, both ways, at all times."
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14.
How do you get along with others at work?
Think about your relationships with coworkers, past and present. Which ones were healthy? What were the dynamics of those working relationships? Think about what you enjoyed about some of your relationships with past coworkers. Excellent communication, sense of humor and support are all great qualities that make co-working relationships fun.

Rachelle's Answer #1
"I get along great with my coworkers. I try to maintain a positive attitude and be supportive, whether I am offering to assist someone who is overwhelmed, or if I am taking time to listen to someone who is having a bad day."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"I put a lot of effort into my relationships with my coworkers. I believe that harmonious relationships in the workplace are important for the happiness of everyone as well as for productivity levels."
Anonymous Answer
"I have had great relationships with peers in all the places I have worked. I tend to make friends easily and bond by talking over food and coffee. When coworkers genuinely like one another, productivity and group tasks seem to be easier and more efficient. I think talking over food is a good way to get along with other co-workers."
Lauren's Answer
This is great! Your interviewer will get to know your personality by your response.
"I have had great relationships with peers in all the places I have worked. I tend to make friends easily and bond by talking over food and coffee. When coworkers genuinely like one another, productivity and group tasks seem to be more comfortable and more efficient."
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Anonymous Answer
"I get on well with my co-workers at all levels. I think the key to getting along well is being positive, supporting others in day to day matters, listening to someone who has had a bad day and suggesting solutions, making other team members feel valued and important team players. I little sense of humor also helps along. I refrain from talking negatively and passing sarcastic remarks. I try to address issues and concerns as directly and discretely as possible."
Rachelle's Answer
Your people skills sound awesome! Who wouldn't want to work with you :) Great answer with just a couple of minor tweaks.
"I get along well with my co-workers at all levels. I think the key to getting along well is being positive, supporting others in day to day matters, listening to someone who has had a bad day and suggesting solutions, making other team members feel valued and reminding them they are important team players. A little sense of humor goes a long way. I refrain from talking negatively and passing sarcastic remarks. I address issues and concerns directly and as discretely as possible."
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15.
If you could start your career over again, what direction would you take?
A hiring manager will be able to tell a lot about your personality by learning about your other career interests. If you could do anything over, what would you do, and why?

Rachelle's Answer #1
"I certainly do not regret the direction I have taken my career; however, if I had to start over in a new direction completely I would likely pursue my Degree in Education and become a teacher. Both of my parents were teachers, and they seemed to have a very fulfilling career. I enjoy coaching and leading others so, any tasks in my current career that related to these skills, are very welcome."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"I would take the same direction! I love what I do, and wouldn't change a thing. This industry brings a lot of excitement and fulfillment to my life."
Anonymous Answer
"I would take more serious thinking into Network Security or cloud technology."
Lauren's Answer
I assisted with minor grammatical changes.
"If I could start my career over again, I would look into network security or cloud technology."
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Anonymous Answer
"I would still do claims management. I am a problem solver by nature and love coming up with solutions and new ways of doing things."
Rachelle's Answer
Being a problem solver is a fantastic strength to bring to the workplace, and you do a great job showcasing this strength in your response.
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