What’s most important to you when you join a new company?
A. Having the freedom to take ownership and learn from your own mistakes.
B. Working in a supportive team, and making sure everyone is at their best.
C. Constantly adapting to new trends and finding ways to stay ahead of the competition.
D. Taking everyone’s opinion into consideration when making a decision and encouraging people to be honest and speak out.
How would others describe working with you?
A. Is very proactive and always one step ahead, comes up with solutions before problems have even been identified.
B. A team player, always asks for input from team members and is very considerate of others.
C. Makes all decisions with our customers in mind and believes in going the extra mile to improve customer satisfaction.
D. Is always consistent and rigorous about following processes.
Your manager has asked what you want to work on in the next six months. You say your goals revolve around:
A. Learning more about taking risks and new approaches to doing things.
B. Learning more about helping others succeed.
C. Learning more about how to improve the customer experience and satisfaction.
D. Learning more about building a diverse and inclusive environment.
You have to make a decision in 24 hours but you don’t have all the facts. Do you make the decision anyway?
A. Yes, taking calculated risks and being able to reflect on my own mistakes helps me learn.
B. Yes, but not before I ask for a few of my colleagues’ opinions on the matter.
C. No, I am not comfortable knowing my decision has the potential to negatively affect our customers.
D. No, I believe in complete transparency. Following processes is very important to me.
A colleague has informed you that some numbers put together by someone in your team don’t match up. What do you do?
A. I take personal responsibility for the mistake, I should have noticed it sooner.
B. Set up a meeting with all the team members in my team and discuss the problem without singling anyone out.
C. Find a solution to fix the problem as soon as possible, and make sure it doesn’t impact our customers.
D. Let my colleague know they have made a mistake and work together to find a way to prevent this from happening again.
Your entrepreneurial spirit often takes you above and beyond your responsibilities. Among your colleagues, you are known as someone willing to take risks and try new things. You’re not afraid to fail because you know that learning from your mistakes is the best way to move forward.
You thrive when you’re surrounded by people and do your best work as part of a team. People come to you for help because you always have a valuable input and give constructive feedback. You’re considered indispensable in a team but work is not the only thing that motivates you. You care a lot about the well-being of others and you constantly try to find new ways of working so people can have a healthy work/life balance.
Customer & Market Excellence
You are driven by your desire to constantly improve anything you’re working on and always try to find new opportunities to gain knowledge, whether that’s in or outside of work. You care a lot about high standards and going the extra mile. You always know what the latest trend is or what’s coming next, because you like to be one step ahead.
You’re seen as a role model in your group of friends, and the teams you’re part of. Your commitment to social responsibility never goes unnoticed, and people trust you. You care deeply about diversity & inclusion and always seek to make the people you work with feel like they are part of something bigger.