The ability for investigators to multitask is an essential part of their daily investigative work. This attribute is generally not learned, but is already an innate ability that the individual person possesses. However, if someone without this skillset is tested incrementally, he or she can excel in this area as well. (My exact answer is purposely withheld for security reasons.)
The question common to the first two phases that made me think most was to reflect on a past professional challenge by describing the details that represented difficulty and what my actions were to overcome the challenge.
My best example involved colleagues (at the senior leadership level) who had breached acceptable judgement or standards of conduct. Holding them accountable while maintaining organizational integrity was a test of talent. While personal relationships are valuable, they could not get in the way of the proper outcome. Unwavering commitment to professionalism as the utmost priority ensured emphasis remained on what was most right for the organization rather than personal feelings or impacts on individual relationships.