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"When applying for a position as a director, be prepared to have your leadership skills and judgement tested by many case studies. These scenarios help employers understand what kind of leader you will be for a team or department at their company, so confidence, quick thinking, and examples of how you have fixed similar problems in the past will be highly advantageous towards receiving an offer."

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(for this you need to understand that Panduit sells mostly pieces and parts, but thinks of itself as a solutions provider): How would you position Panduit's solutions in the financial services industry space?

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Panduit wants to hear that you can sell value, not sell on price. You should tell them you're willing to walk away from a sale before you'd undermine your own pricing system in a given region or industry.

When I first interviewed with Panduit, I was asked one single question -- Have you ever danced with the Devil by the pale moonlight? That was the defining moment......

What value to you feel you can bring to our company.

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How do you feel about working for a startup company that is only working on a small project with a small budget?

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How many hours are you willing to sacrifice for this project knowing that you are currently working full time doing 35 hours a week ?

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How good is your B2B, B2C, Interactive and offline experience?

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Prior experience in Gaming / Entertainment software selling solutions, which I did not have much.

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Several rounds of interviews and questions around skills/ commitment/ achievements/ technical/ business acumen. Several inappropriate questions around information on my current organization

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How would you help us change and become a high performing company?

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I was asked to bring in some material from my previous employer banking out confidential bits. I refused and it did not affect the hiring decision

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The most difficult question was about why I thought there was no business opportunity in a certain field where the interviewer was convinced there was an opportunity... It was difficult because I didn't want to convey to him that he didn't know what he was talking about, but I knew I was right.

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