When asking this question, an employer is n’t interested who you find it difficult to work with. They want to know what you do to ensure an effective working relationship with such individuals.
A possible answer for this question could be: “I get on with all types of people, but get frustrated when working with those who don’t share my work ethic."
In these situations, I find that by developing a good rapport the person, letting them know how important their contribution is to getting the job done, and appealing to their better nature………things get done.”
When communicating complex ideas, you keep your message simple and straightforward – avoiding technical jargon and overusing statistics. You don’t expect people to have the same background knowledge as you and are careful to introduce your idea in clear, concise terms. You find that giving examples, using pictures and graphs helps clarify difficult concepts and can be useful as people have different learning styles. You always encourage questions and if somebody is having difficulty understanding, you are quick to adapt your style.