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What did you like best and least about your previous
job? "One thing I liked about my last job was
that it allowed me to develop my
leadership

skills. FOR EXAMPLE, I was put in charge of a project where I had
to earn
the

"buy-in" of people from multiple different departments -- including
Marketing, IT,

Product Development, and even HR. I held all the responsibility for
getting this

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teammates

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that the team

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their work

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self-interests.

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learned
from your

mistakes? "Good
question. Well, I have been
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every job I

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actively try to

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be

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where their

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that

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