1. What kinds of people do you like to work with?
Personally, I prefer to work with people that are self-motivated. It is nice to be assigned to work with a group that knows how to get their portion of the job done quickly and efficiently. It is also great to work with people that are positive and willing to lend a helping hand if a problem arises.
2. Which one is more important to you at work, development in work related skills or the recognition from your supervisors?
I have always had a thirst for knowledge. So, developing my skills is one of the most important things for me. Many people would prefer recognition, but personal growth is all I need to achieve fulfilment. Move looking back to see how I have improved over time. It is an enrichening experience.
3. Do you think managers can be friends with their subordinates?
Actually, no. Although people might be able to be friendly toward each other, I find the relationship to be inappropriate. Allowing managers and subordinates to become friends will blur the lines within a work space. Before you know it, people won’t follow orders and there will be a lot of hard feelings to deal with.