- i am very shy so that i hesitate to ask anyone any questions.
- —Guest kriti
- My typing speed and accuracy is something in which I am trying to improve on everyday. I find I am slow because I don't want to make mistakes which will cost the company and myself not only money, but time to fix the mistakes.
- —Guest eastwoodc
What is your weakness
- Executive Assistant I hate public speaking. It doesn't matter how many times I've had to stand up in front of co-workers, strangers or people I know really well, I'm always nervous. What I have done to fix that problem is joined Toastmasters. The organization has helped me to overcome anxiety and some nervousness. I'm getting better and continue to improve.
- —Guest Edie
- Too empathetic. I tend to feel so much for a person going through a difficult situation that I sometimes get caught up emotionally instead finding immediate and practical ways to assist.
- —Guest Ida
Target to work completion
- My great weakness is work load when i have any work such time I just want to complete it before taking restbecause I don't want to leave it incomplete.This is reality of my life.
- —Guest vijendra
- I tend to get frustrated with myself when I get stuck working on a project. I have learned to take a deep breath and approach my work from a different angle. Also asking for another persons opinion works, as well as taking a break and working on a different project.
- I hate to be a loser-I like to be appreciated when doing something good and also work hard if not appreciated
- —Guest Sarah k
- I feel my greatest weakness is my emotions. I am a very emotional kind of person.
- —Guest shalini
- I have difficulties in handling money, I used to spend a lot in gadgets but I have realized that and I am now working on it.
- —Guest Nailsoon
Second guess myself
- I tend to second guess myself when I get a pushy customer. I know the answer but if the customer is obnoxious I get flustered and second guess my answer.
- —Guest Gloria
- I simply find it difficult to MARKET myself. When it comes to SELLING yourself, it is quite hard to convince a BUYER that you have the exact values matching his/her criterias.
- —Guest Hancock
- I would agree that phony answers like "I'm too much of a perfectionist" or "I take on too much responsibility" sound insincere and irritating to any competent interviewer since it shows that the person doesn't have the courage to admit even a minor flaw in their working style that they could improve on. The point of the question is to see if the candidate is honest with theirself and able to accept the fact that there is room to grow as an individual.
- —Guest Saja
- When I conduct interviews, this is one of the most important questions I ask. I want to see if someone will honestly look inside themselves and find a weakness. I usually don't even care what it is. If you give me a REAL weakness that you know you have to work on, you get major points in my book. HOWEVER, if you tell me that you're too much of a perfectionist, or that you don't like deadlines so you just get things done early, you instantly show me that you will have problems improving yourself because you can't find a real weakness. Being early, organized, perfect, etc., are NOT weaknesses.
- —Guest Michael
My Company is Like Family
- when I work for an organization I always consider I am working for a company which is owned by my family / parents and what ever the profits company earns due to that is coming the family. That much commitment I was showing to each of the company I had worked.
- —Guest anvar
- I think courage is my greatest weakness. In my job consulting with clients and being honest about the obstacles that stand in the way of their success is often scarry to discuss with them. In being a true consultant you have to have to have the courage to have difficult conversations that are in your clients best interest. I have found that just going for it , having the conversation, sharing the courage of your conviction and what you know they could do to improve, having honesty and integrity and showing the client you truly care about their business. Seeing a positive outcome from difficult conversations increases confidence and then future opportunities to consult honesty and openly become easier. Success breeds Success.
- —Guest Leelee