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Give an example of a time that you were managing someone older than you who, because of this age difference, pushed back against your management and explain how you resolved this conflict.
While I have had great experiences in the past working with very professional colleagues who never displayed this kind of behavior, had it happened, I would have tried to help this colleague understand that there was a reason I was promoted and that my past experiences will be beneficial to the team as a whole and this individual as well.
I was expecting very technical questions but did not get any questions i thought were hard. In retrospect, i think they expect you to be pretty smart after getting your mba from a top school. I think they were most interested in finding out if they liked you enough to work with you in a highly intense work environment where you are expected to do everything quickly and perfectly -- no fails allowed. Your resume and past experience is very important, you must have some solid accomplishments and prove it. Must be a quick thinker in the interview and don't show any weakness because this truly is a highly intense environment.
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