Do you still work with Nintendo? If you do could you email me, I am pursuing a position and would like any advice. It is not in engineering it is actually as a retail rep. email is - email@example.com
I answered that I enjoy a company with open access to various resources and departments. I like open communications and a respect for work life balance. I like a company that engages their workforce and allows them to pursue new responsibility and be innovative.
This is the answer she mocked: It's all dependent on the person and the project but first I would keep an eye on their body language and look out for anything that shows stress or worry (forehead on hands, fidgeting, etc). This will typically tell you if they're having a bad time before they verbally say it to you. If I see some "worrying" body language, I'll go over and ask how it's going and if I can do anything to help. The interviewer fake-pulled out some hair and said "Aaaagh! Worrying body language!" Then calmer, "No, but I do see how that's a valid point."
None. If you have sales experience, you are offered this position. You will pass this "training" as long as you show up, and you will be left to fend for yourself to sell "leads" provided to you by SMS. This is a quintessential "boiler room" high turnover sales position.