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Tell us about a time you saw someone handle a difficult situation, how did they resolve it?

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remaining calm, getting more facts, changing locations, using defecting phrases when you have only one half of the story.

Have you ever faced conflict in the work place and how do you handle it? What do you do if you have an irate customer?

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How to resolve arguments in the meeting when everyone disagrees with each other?

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How do you deal with confrontation?

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Questions focus on teamwork, innovation and strategic thinking. Extra points for execution skills.

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The question that stands out the most was the last one. we were asked to explain what we would do in a situation where conflict between employees became heightened.

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How have you handled conflict with an employer in the past?

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How would you handle conflict with a member of the opposite sex

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If you suspected an employee was entering false information into the sales software, how would you resolve the situation?

There were agency-specific questions about federal & state rules/regulations, how past experience qualifies you for the current job application (i.e. communication, organization, program knowledge, use of resources, support to other supervisors, documentation expectations, time/claim processing expectations, ability adjust for multiple demands, openness to change, ability to remain flexible with agency changes, training ability. The "question" is a 5 minute presentation of how all of your skills learned are applied to current job demands and the potential job environment. Making sure to mention all or most of the qualities/benchmarks on the predetermined list that each of the supervisors have in front of them and then explain how your current skills incorporate into the pre-determined benchmarks. For each cycle of hiring, these benchmarks vary in an effort to avoid staff from sharing answers from the applicant (more relevant to internal job applications).

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