Question 1: Your boss tells you that you didn't do well and instead, you did a bad job. You messed up big time and you cost the company a lot of money because we lost a customer. Your boss tells you that you need to work harder.
How do you react to this?
Question 2: You see your teammates playing around, while this is normally okay, you have work that is due in an hour - and your team hasn't done anything yet.
How do you solve this problem?
Question 3: You're a talented and capable individual. Of course you are, you made it to this test. Your client or team is asking for you to do something which you know you can
complete with only 50% of your talents and efforts. Knowing that you can be resting and comfortable in half the time and effort, you start working.
What do you do though?
Question 4: You're at work and you're not doing anything. Everyone around you is busy and doing their best while you, on the other hand, are otherwise unoccupied. You know you can either surf the internet, your social media pages or your favorite streaming service or even play League of Legends (or your favorite game).
How do you spend your time?
Question 5: You're feeling stressed at work and everyone else on your team are stressed. You want to take a leave but your team will be left to fend for themselves because there's an event coming and with it your deadline. Please remember: It is within your rights to take your leave.
What do you do?
Question 6: You've been with the company for 6 months now. You're a regular employee now and you're friends with everyone in the team. Awesome, you're hitting your stride. However, you find your work to be repetitive because you already mastered the skills that are required of a probationary employee.
Are you happy where you are? Explain.