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What is your ideal working environment ? 

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You face a challenging situation involving three people; your manager, a peer and a client. All are in an emergency and only person who can provide solution is you. How will you manage to satisfy them all?

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Firstly I will understand the exact problem they are going through and depending on the intensity of the problem I will suggest them. But at any given time, a client’s problem is of utmost importance and having a happy client would be important for the organization. Even my manager and an associate will understand it.

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How Adaptable Are You to Change?

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“I have no problems with change. I am sure in my ability to regulate my actions of behaviors as needed, and take up myself adaptable to all situations – not just change.”

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Tell me about a time you had to handle multiple responsibilities. How did you organize the work you needed to do?

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While attending college, I also worked at a law firm. I was successful because I practiced good time-management skills, and I made a to-do list every day. As I completed each task, I checked it off the list. It is funny how something so simple can keep you so organized. As a result of my to-do lists, I was able to visualize my daily progress.

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Tell us about a situation in which you had to adjust to changes over which you had no control. How did you handle it?

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The interviewer is interested in knowing how you are able to perform in a workplace where you are not the one who is ‘making the calls’. The typical workplace environment involves a tiered structure where there are those who make the decisions and those who perform the work. An entry level position most often assumes the role of the latter. 


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I am a performer of tasks. As a new employee, I understand that many of my duties will be directed by those above me. These will undoubtedly involve changes, and as long as I understand how the changes are related to the betterment of the company/business/corporation, I am fully ‘on board’. I once worked for a corporation where one of my duties was to prepare the annual report. As a result of input from the overseeing board and members, the format for that report was changed significantly. Although this meant that I had to relearn the report-writing process, with my understanding that this change would mean that the report was more accessible and easy to read, I had no problem with the demands of that change.

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