I was on a modernisation project in Kitimat, Canada . I joined half way where there is a caos in system and delay in delivery’s, location of items were incorrectly in the system and due to all this system was giving glich so. Our team of four had to massively troubleshoot, change procedures and work extra hours for 4 months till everything was smooth functioning again. That was a big work pressure. My hours of works were 5.00am to 6.00 pm.
We are actually looking for someone with strong previous experience already purely as a digital project coordinator, assisting with EDM etc. Specifically in Digital, outside of your side business in this, have you had roles in this?
Rehashed relevant experiences however it seemed very much like they were just having me there to boost numbers of those interviewed and were asking for something to be on my CV that clearly wasn't. I thanked them for their honesty and politely exited the interview as clearly it was not going to eventuate in more than them hitting their 'number of people interviewed' numbers.
I responded that generally conflict results from a mismatch in expectations or a breakdown in communications, and can often be resolved by defusing the frustration caused by the conflict, then focusing on finding a solution to the original problems