There's no right or wrong answer for this question as everyone's answer will be different. In this instance, the interviewer is looking to find out what makes you tick and what you really value. Therefore your answer needs to reflect this. Whatever your answer is, make sure you say why.
This is a tricky one as it is basically asking you to blow your own trumpet and say why you are better than the other candidates. However, there is a tactical way to do this so don't just dive straight in.
Often employers will ask questions about your personal life to get an insight into your personality and gauge how well you are likely to fit in with their existing employees. Although this question is relatively informal, make sure your answer is sensible.
The interviewer is looking to assess your relationships with your colleagues and how you engage with other team members to test whether they think you'll be a good match for their team. Avoid giving vague or hyperbolic claims as this will make you seem out of touch and disengaged.
Instead, prepare for this question prior to the interview by asking your existing colleagues what they would say about you and think about examples you can use to back their comments up. Qualities that your future employers would likely want to see include being positive, hard-working, dependable and easy to get along with.
Never had problem with the sup, because he knows a little bit about the job.
A good way to approach this question is to explain the measures you put in place to prevent an issue from spiraling into a stressful situation, for instance balancing projects effectively and keeping to a tight time schedule. Give an example of when you were faced with a difficult situation and how you kept a cool head.
The interviewer will be looking for you to demonstrate that you are able to work well under pressure and stay focused on the task in hand. Getting overwhelmed by stress can be counter-productive, especially when working in a team, so employers will look to avoid hiring candidates who crack under pressure.
Because I have an idea of what im goind to do as an asbestos.
This question gives you the perfect opportunity to show that you have thoroughly researched the company you're applying to work for. Show that you have a good understanding of the role and what is required by speaking about how it aligns with your personal career goals.
When answering this question it's important to keep the focus on the employer and explain what you can do for them, not the other way around.
Having worked in a coffee shop before, I understand that doing the same thing over and over again can weight on some people. However, I truly enjoy preparing a fresh cup of coffee for customers and have found ways to keep my head in the game. I love talking to people, so one way to stay focused is to carry on a conversation with the customer while preparing the coffee. In the event of downtime, I am great at finding tasks to complete, whether it includes cleaning the main area or restocking shelves behind the counter.
Very happy, because I know any mistake I made its on me.