The interviewer would like an honest reply regarding your performance in your most recent position. The way in which you reply can be a bit tricky if you were terminated, or if you were laid off. Be confident in your reply and, even if there were areas for improvement, focus your answer on what you know you did best.
"I am pleased with my performance in my most recent role. Although I was laid off in the end, I know for sure that I was the top performer in my office with the most positive client reviews and the highest referral rate."
"I like to perform my job well so that I can ensure a good reference, should my employment status ever change unexpectedly. It's important to deliver great work and perform above expectations. Yes, I am pleased with my performance, especially in the area of customer service and juggling multiple deadlines at a time."
"As a manager, I have expectations on my performance, as well as the performance of my team. It is important to me that I lead by example. I am pleased with my performance in the workplace primarily in the areas of leadership and process."
"Absolutely! I am very pleased with my work performance. I bring a great sense of passion to marketing and would say that my greatest strengths are in content writing, and research."
"My performance in my most recent role is something that I am proud to discuss. I received a great amount of positive feedback and customer reviews and did a great job encouraging the team during our busiest times. Also, I was very willing to pick up extra shifts and stay late, as needed."
"As a sales professional, I am pleased with the efforts that I put into my current position. The better I perform, the more I earn because it is a highly commissioned role. This commission is a great motivator for me but not the only one. I also want to perform well so that I represent my employer in the best possible way, and so that my clients are always happy with the product they are receiving."
"I am very pleased with my performance, at all times. I take my job seriously. As an educator, I realize there are so many children relying on me. I love to see the impact that my dedication makes on my students, and I enjoy being reliable for those around me."