Victor Lipman describes insights on interviewing from expert Christina Nepstad:
Nepstad goes on to suggest making an objective, clear-headed inventory of your own strengths and weaknesses. As an example she lists her own.
Top three strengths:
Top three weaknesses:
Naturally, for specific interview purposes, you can put more meat on the bones and relate strengths and weaknesses to past experiences and the potential position at hand. Nepstad advises, “Communicate from a place of strength” and “don’t let your 20% define you.” Always good to understand them. But don’t be sabotaged by them.