I actually did most of the talking. The current employees were terrified to talk for fear of retribution from the current manager and director. I asked manager style and no one would talk. That should have been my first clue not to take the job
I describe a momemt when I was deemed one of the fastest working people in my department. I and I would get done with my file before everyone else. However some people did struggle, so even though we were paid for production, I would stop often stop several times to help struggling co workers, and I that in turn lead to me getting a promotion.
This was difficult mainly because it was the very first question they threw at me. I hadn't even applied to the job directly, so I didn't have a good idea of what they were looking for and that made it difficult for me to describe myself in a way that showed how I could meet their needs.
Its easier to draw out, but they're looking for creativity. You can write out assumptions like: not every basket needs to hold an egg, you can place baskets within baskets, etc. So in addition to the obvious permutations you can also start eliminating baskets and create combinations of baskets inside baskets and such.