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How to Answer “What Is Your Greatest Weakness?”

How to Answer “What Is Your Greatest Weakness?”

In an interview, talking about your weaknesses and flaws is difficult. We’re here to make it easier.

Today, I want to talk about one of the most common and aggravating interview questions of them all: What is your greatest weakness?

Are you rolling your eyes? Most candidates hate this question and consider it pointless. After all, they aren’t about to confess candidly to their biggest flaws in the middle of a job interview.

However, this question has become a cliché for a reason. Interviewers continue to ask it even though they know they are unlikely to get answers that are 100% honest.

Why? Because the way you answer a question about your weaknesses is very telling. You may not even realize what you are communicating when you answer this question.

And let’s face it, you’re probably doing it wrong. Most people do. I say that as an interview coach who has now worked with thousands of job seekers. At least 90% of my clients need help with answering the weakness question.

Here are the mistakes that they typically make (you may be able to relate):

1. Trying to turn a negative into a positive.

You’ll find many books and articles that advise you to “turn a negative into a positive” by sharing a supposed weakness that is actually a desirable quality in an employee.  A few examples:

• I am too much of a perfectionist.

• I work too hard sometimes.

• I care too much about my work.

Clever idea. At this point, though, it’s an old trick and the interviewer sees right through it. She has seen many candidates try the same song and dance. In fact, this approach will likely make her think you are hiding something.

2. Refusing to answer the question.

Some candidates will assert that they can’t think of a single weakness. This is probably because they don’t prepare for the question properly and freeze up, afraid to say the wrong thing. This answer also makes you look like you are hiding something.

3. Revealing a weakness that raises red flags.

Another mistake is to be too candid and confess to a weakness that would hinder your ability to excel in the role. I once had a coaching client answer, “I have trouble getting up in the morning and getting to work on time.” His real weakness was that he was way too honest.

Read on for our advice on how to avoid these mistakes and talk about your weaknesses in a way that is both honest and smart.

Interview Questions About Weaknesses


Here are some of the different weakness questions that are regularly asked in job interviews:

• What is your greatest weakness?
This is probably the most common phrasing.

• What are some of your weaknesses?
Here you are being asked for more than one. The interviewer knows you have that one B.S. weakness prepared and wants to push you for more (see also: follow-up questions below)

• What are your strengths and weaknesses?
Some interviewers will ask you to sum up both strengths and weaknesses in one answer.

• If I called your current/previous manager, what would he/she say that you need to work on?
This phrasing is tricky. By planting the idea of calling your current/last manager, the interviewer is trying to subconsciously encourage more honesty (Some candidates immediately start thinking, “What if he actually calls her?”)

• Tell me about a development goal that you have set.
This question probes for weakness, but also emphasizes your ability to proactively set development goals.

• If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?
Here’s another phrasing — again asking for your GREATEST weakness, or at least the one that you feel is most limiting.

• What do you most want to improve in the next year?
This phrasing takes a more positive approach, but it is still a question about weaknesses.

Follow-up Questions About Weaknesses


You should also be prepared for follow-up or probing questions, especially if your answer to the original weakness question was vague or unconvincing.

• But how has that weakness negatively affected you?
You’ll often hear this follow-up question if you’ve failed to describe a REAL weakness (see “turning a negative into a positive” strategy above”)

• OK, how about a real weakness?
This is a more pointed follow-up when the interviewer is skeptical about your answer.

• Can you share another weakness or area for development?
A tough interviewer may ask for more than one weakness, especially if the first one provided sounds false or over-rehearsed. Some interviewers just know that candidates often prepare only one weakness and want to see what they come up with on the spot.

Why Interviewers Ask About Your Greatest Weaknesses

So why do interviewers ask about weaknesses when they know that most candidates don’t answer honestly?

They’re trying to get past your nice, presentable interview facade and get a sense of what you’re really like to work with — the good, the bad, and the ugly.

Even if you don’t answer honestly, your answer tells them something about you. If you dodge the question or try to fake your way through, the interviewer will wonder if:

1) You’ve got scary secret weaknesses that you won’t discuss.

2) You think you’re perfect because you have no self-awareness.

3) You think you’re perfect because your standards are very low.

4) You’re a con artist. (this may be okay if you’re in politics or public relations)

I have seen strong interviewers get tripped up with the weakness question. It can be very difficult to talk about your flaws in a stressful situation like a job interview. Negative topics require added diplomacy (See also: Answering behavioral questions about failure).

Meanwhile, you’re nervous and thinking about 1,000 other things (Is my hair sticking up? Is my breath okay? Why did he just frown like that? What am I going to say if he asks why I left my last job? How am I going to remember that teamwork example? Can he tell that I’m sweating?)

However, there is a way to answer that is honest and authentic and still increases your odds of getting a job offer.

How to Answer “What’s Your Greatest Weakness?”


(and other interview questions about your flaws and weaknesses)

A good weakness answer has two important parts:

Part 1) Your weakness
Briefly describe a real weakness that wouldn’t be a major handicap on the job (Read on for how to choose a “good” weakness)

Part 2) How you are already working on it
Part 2 is the critical component. Discuss your proactive efforts to improve. This shows that you are self-aware, have a drive to be your best, and that the weakness will not slow you down.

Part 1: How to Choose a “Good” Weakness

• Be authentic.
Don’t select a weakness just because it sounds good. You will make a better impression with sincerity. That doesn’t mean you have to share a weakness that makes you look bad. If you’re like most of us, you have several weaknesses and at least one of them will be interview-friendly as defined by the additional guidelines below.

• Pick a weakness that is acceptable for the job at hand.
Be aware of the job requirements and don’t cite a weakness related to any of the required skills or desired qualities. If you’re an accountant, don’t talk about hating math or lack of attention to detail. If you’re in sales, don’t confess to being too reserved or lacking persistence.

• Select a weakness that is relatively minor and “fixable.”
By fixable, I mean it’s something you can improve through work and motivation.

For example:

Fixable: “I get nervous when speaking in front of large groups.”
(You can get better through practice and learning new skills — and this is a common development area.)

Harder to fix: “I am very shy and often have trouble speaking up in meetings.”
(While there’s nothing wrong with being shy, an interviewer could assume that the candidate would have trouble collaborating in a team environment. This is a preference or personality quality that would be more difficult to change.)

• Describe your weakness in a concise, neutral way.
Don’t feel like you have to go into great detail. Be brief and, most importantly, avoid sounding defensive or overly negative.

Read on to the last section for examples of good weaknesses to describe in job interviews.

Part 2: How to Demonstrate That You Are Working on Your Weakness

In the second part of your answer, you need to describe how you have already taken steps to improve in your area of weakness. Here’s why:

1) A great candidate is always looking for ways to learn and grow

2) A fabulous candidate then takes the initiative to improve

Use your answer to demonstrate your motivation to be the best at what you do. This is how to truly emphasize the positive when talking about your weakness.

Examples of Strong Answers to “What Is Your Greatest Weakness?”

Example 1: Delegation

“I think one area I could work on is my delegation skills. I am always so concerned about everything being done right and on time that I can get stuck in that mentality of “If you want it done right, do it yourself.” Unfortunately, that’s not always possible and I’ve realized that I can slow things down if I am too controlling.

I learned this recently when given the opportunity to manage the department’s summer interns. I had never managed direct reports before, so this was a hugely educational experience in many different ways. It definitely taught me how to delegate and my manager noticed the difference in my management style at the end of the summer. I know that I can benefit from additional development in this area, so I signed up for a management skills training course and am always looking for opportunities to manage projects for our group.”

Why It Works: This is a great example for a junior-level employee in a role in which delegation abilities are not critical. Please note that the last sentence in the first paragraph is important because it acknowledges how the weakness can be a problem and why it’s worth working on.

The weakness is acknowledged and described, but the emphasis is more on how the candidate has sought out ways to improve.

Keep in mind that this is not such a terrific answer if you’re applying for a job that requires you to manage people.

Example 2: Too Direct

“Sometimes I can be a bit too honest when I provide feedback to coworkers. My personality is naturally very straightforward and to the point, and most of my colleagues really value that, but I have learned that there are times on the job when more diplomacy is required.

I took a training class on conflict management and it really opened my eyes to the need to communicate differently with different people. So now I am much better at providing constructive feedback, even if it doesn’t always come naturally.”

Why It Works: This weakness is described well. The candidate notes how directness has been a weakness while also making it clear that he is not a raging jerk to his coworkers.

In the second part, he talks about concrete steps that he has taken and how he has improved.

Example 3: Public Speaking

“Honestly, I would say that public speaking is an area that I could work on. I tend to get nervous when asked to present to a large group of people. In small team meetings, I’m the first one to stand up and present. But put me in front of a big group and I can get flustered.

I actually spoke to my manager about this and we set it as one of my development goals for this year. I took an internal presentation skills class and attended some meetings of Toastmasters, a networking group for people who want to practice public speaking. With some practice, I started to feel more comfortable. Last month, I even volunteered to represent our team at a division-wide town hall. I only had to present for 10 minutes, but I did it and got great feedback! It was actually kind of fun, so I plan on continuing to seek out opportunities to improve in this area.”

Why It Works: Fear of public speaking is a common fear. In this sample answer, the candidate makes it clear that she has no trouble communicating in general (which could be a red flag). It’s just getting up in front of a big group that scares her.

She goes on to describe how she identified the weakness, spoke with her manager about it, and then took proactive steps to improve. She even has a little triumph at the end.

Example 4: Impatience

What Is Your Weakness?

Share your weaknesses or your experiences with the weakness question in interviews.

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About the Author

Pamela Skillings is co-founder of Big Interview. As an interview coach, she has helped her clients land dream jobs at companies including Google, Microsoft, Goldman Sachs, and JP Morgan Chase.She also has more than 15 years of experience training and advising managers at organizations from American Express to the City of New York.She is an adjunct professor at New York University and an instructor at the American Management Association.

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4415 Comment to How to Answer “What Is Your Greatest Weakness?”

  • JohnP

    I really hate this question, and have less respect for interviewers who ask it. Such a lame crutch.

  • You are definitely not alone. I think this is probably the most hated of all of the typical interview questions out there. Almost all of my clients complain about it.

  • Ariana

    I think that my greatest weakness was my anger management. Earlier, when I started working in the hotel, when a guest insulted me for any situation, I didn’t know how to control myself and answered them in the same way, with arrogance, but over the years I learned how to control my emotions and take a deep breath, so now I can express myself in a professional way and I also learned do not take the situations in a personal way, so got over it and so far have had no problems whatsoever. any suggestions? or is not the correct answer yet?……

  • Salim Sharif

    Is it ok to say that I do not prefer micro management style. I do understand why its important and when should this be applied but do not prefer to be micro managed or micro manage my own staff. In my view, micro managing can create distances in work relationship and lack of respect for the person who applies this. Hence work can be done on time but may lack quality due to absence of enthusiasm.

    I was wondering if this is ok for a managerial position.

    Regards.

    Salim.

  • Yusri

    Great blog. I need this. I have an interview next week and they’re going to ask me these sort of ‘hate’ questions. They know you’d be hating them, so they ask you to see how much you hated it by judging how would you answer them.

  • Yasir Ali

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  • Will Briggs

    I have found success in turning this question into an opportunity for humor to take the pressure off. “My golf swing,” was my latest answer. They interview team laughed, didn’t ask a follow up question related to weaknesses, and moved on to other topics. I got the job.

  • Fruit cake

    What is your greatest weakness ?
    I sometimes go into much detail when answering difficult interview questions.
    But I’ve had some self awareness training and don’t that do it anymore.

  • Fruit cake

    What is your greatest weakness ?
    I sometimes go into much detail when answering difficult interview questions.
    But I’ve had some self awareness training and don’t do it anymore.

  • Korey

    Just wondering if someone could answer this question as follows:

    Well, I have a weakness for Chocolate but I am trying to get help for it. Or maybe I have a blog in which I am so obsessed over that my dog has gotten fat because of lack of walks.
    Does strengths and weaknesses have to be about the job?

    How about I over analyze conversations and try to help clients when they talk about personal issues which can take up precious work time. I have learned that although I have to be sympathetic that I need to keep the focus on the job at hand.

  • Sravanthi

    Thank you. You have done a great job

  • Gail

    My favorite response to this question is to admit that when I was 6 years old, my first-grade teacher wrote on my report card that I had “a tendency to be a little bit bossy.” I was horrified at the time, but I made it something I’ve worked on over the years. It’s not a deal killer, it’s true, and it humanizes me without admitting a major failure or fault.

  • Valerie

    Thank you for this wonderful article. It has been more helpful than any other articles out there where they will suggest to do common mistakes as you presented here. The steps to come up with a weakness were really clear to follow, making the question about weakness rather easy to answer. I will be working on mine with those steps in mind. Thank you again.

  • Angela

    I always get nervous around this question and Friday, I had a phone interview and not preparing for the interview (didn’t really know it’d be a REAL interview) I slipped up. The question was “What irritates you at your current job”. Since I couldn’t say an annoying co-worker, I said that I get irritated when customers won’t listen when I am trying to help them. Bad answer, I know, but again, I wasn’t prepared. If I get the chance to interview again or in another interview in the future, I will definitely prepare more. Thanks for this and your other articles. They’ve been a great help!

  • Jess

    Great article- I do hate public speaking so will use this example in my interview tomorrow 🙂

  • Beth

    I recently discovered another potentially good way to answer this question. – use your inexperience in something specific as your weakness, because inexperience can be addressed much easier than lack of skill or talent, and you can always express a yearning to gain more experience in that area. E.g. “I don’t have much experience with large, extended teams but would love the opportunity to change this.”

  • Jennifer

    I did not see answers to these important questions – but can say the videos were helpful.

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  • Thank you for this article it was really helpful, I have not found one article yet that had good suggestion how to answer the old question “What is you greatest weakness?” In all honesty I’ve always hated that question being asked but thanks to your article it gives me some hope in answering it correctly… 🙂

    Cheers,
    S.G.

  • Thank you for this article it was really helpful, I have not found one article yet that had good suggestion how to answer the old question “What is you greatest weakness?” In all honesty I’ve always hated that question being asked but thanks to your article it gives me some hope in answering it correctly… 🙂

    Cheers,
    S.G.

  • Thank you for this article it was really helpful, I have not found one article yet that had good suggestion how to answer the old question “What is you greatest weakness?” In all honesty I’ve always hated that question being asked but thanks to your article it gives me some hope in answering it correctly… 🙂

    Cheers,
    S.G.

  • Thank you for this article it was really helpful, I have not found one article yet that had good suggestion how to answer the old question “What is you greatest weakness?” In all honesty I’ve always hated that question being asked but thanks to your article it gives me some hope in answering it correctly… 🙂

    Cheers,
    S.G.

  • Thank you for this article it was really helpful, I have not found one article yet that had good suggestion how to answer the old question “What is you greatest weakness?” In all honesty I’ve always hated that question being asked but thanks to your article it gives me some hope in answering it correctly… 🙂

    Cheers,
    S.G.

  • Thank you for this article it was really helpful, I have not found one article yet that had good suggestion how to answer the old question “What is you greatest weakness?” In all honesty I’ve always hated that question being asked but thanks to your article it gives me some hope in answering it correctly… 🙂

    Cheers,
    S.G.

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  • Graeme Phillips

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  • Graeme Phillips

    If you get asked the classic “tell us three of your weaknesses” question, say “counting…………………………………………………………………………………………….”

  • Graeme Phillips

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  • Graeme Phillips

    If you get asked the classic “tell us three of your weaknesses” question, say “counting…………………………………………………………………………………………….”

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  • Mr Perfect

    Why is the author assuming the interviewer is a “she”? Traditionally people would always use a “he”, but with the Feminism and all we these days are more accustomed to “he/she”, so this author seems to be establishing female superiority.

  • Mr Perfect

    Why is the author assuming the interviewer is a “she”? Traditionally people would always use a “he”, but with the Feminism and all we these days are more accustomed to “he/she”, so this author seems to be establishing female superiority.

  • Mr Perfect

    Why is the author assuming the interviewer is a “she”? Traditionally people would always use a “he”, but with the Feminism and all we these days are more accustomed to “he/she”, so this author seems to be establishing female superiority.

  • Mr Perfect

    Why is the author assuming the interviewer is a “she”? Traditionally people would always use a “he”, but with the Feminism and all we these days are more accustomed to “he/she”, so this author seems to be establishing female superiority.

  • Mr Perfect

    Why is the author assuming the interviewer is a “she”? Traditionally people would always use a “he”, but with the Feminism and all we these days are more accustomed to “he/she”, so this author seems to be establishing female superiority.

  • Mr Perfect

    Why is the author assuming the interviewer is a “she”? Traditionally people would always use a “he”, but with the Feminism and all we these days are more accustomed to “he/she”, so this author seems to be establishing female superiority.

  • Stabby

    Or maybe she just used the same pronoun as herself? Or maybe her current boss is female and as such her last interviewer was? I have a job interview tomorrow and the interviewer is female, and my last three have also been female, so I’d probably use ‘she’ as well when writing. It has nothing to do with ‘female superiority’, it sounds like you’re being overly defensive and reading that into it.

  • Stabby

    Or maybe she just used the same pronoun as herself? Or maybe her current boss is female and as such her last interviewer was? I have a job interview tomorrow and the interviewer is female, and my last three have also been female, so I’d probably use ‘she’ as well when writing. It has nothing to do with ‘female superiority’, it sounds like you’re being overly defensive and reading that into it.

  • Stabby

    Or maybe she just used the same pronoun as herself? Or maybe her current boss is female and as such her last interviewer was? I have a job interview tomorrow and the interviewer is female, and my last three have also been female, so I’d probably use ‘she’ as well when writing. It has nothing to do with ‘female superiority’, it sounds like you’re being overly defensive and reading that into it.

  • Stabby

    Or maybe she just used the same pronoun as herself? Or maybe her current boss is female and as such her last interviewer was? I have a job interview tomorrow and the interviewer is female, and my last three have also been female, so I’d probably use ‘she’ as well when writing. It has nothing to do with ‘female superiority’, it sounds like you’re being overly defensive and reading that into it.

  • Stabby

    Or maybe she just used the same pronoun as herself? Or maybe her current boss is female and as such her last interviewer was? I have a job interview tomorrow and the interviewer is female, and my last three have also been female, so I’d probably use ‘she’ as well when writing. It has nothing to do with ‘female superiority’, it sounds like you’re being overly defensive and reading that into it.

  • Stabby

    Or maybe she just used the same pronoun as herself? Or maybe her current boss is female and as such her last interviewer was? I have a job interview tomorrow and the interviewer is female, and my last three have also been female, so I’d probably use ‘she’ as well when writing. It has nothing to do with ‘female superiority’, it sounds like you’re being overly defensive and reading that into it.

  • Joe

    I’ve never asked it when I interview; it’s not worth it – for me, I usually know in the first 5 minutes if someone is a fit, I mean, if I’ve called them in based on their resume, they should match up 🙂

  • Joe

    I’ve never asked it when I interview; it’s not worth it – for me, I usually know in the first 5 minutes if someone is a fit, I mean, if I’ve called them in based on their resume, they should match up 🙂

  • Joe

    I’ve never asked it when I interview; it’s not worth it – for me, I usually know in the first 5 minutes if someone is a fit, I mean, if I’ve called them in based on their resume, they should match up 🙂

  • Joe

    I’ve never asked it when I interview; it’s not worth it – for me, I usually know in the first 5 minutes if someone is a fit, I mean, if I’ve called them in based on their resume, they should match up 🙂

  • Joe

    I’ve never asked it when I interview; it’s not worth it – for me, I usually know in the first 5 minutes if someone is a fit, I mean, if I’ve called them in based on their resume, they should match up 🙂

  • Joe

    I’ve never asked it when I interview; it’s not worth it – for me, I usually know in the first 5 minutes if someone is a fit, I mean, if I’ve called them in based on their resume, they should match up 🙂

  • Joe

    Good point, although I would never ask that question, you make a valid point…I would THINK the person interviewing you should ask “when it comes to your job, what are…” The person is doing you a disservice because it’s a question to get to know YOU. I would argue the answer is in relation to your work…but still a good point.

  • Joe

    Good point, although I would never ask that question, you make a valid point…I would THINK the person interviewing you should ask “when it comes to your job, what are…” The person is doing you a disservice because it’s a question to get to know YOU. I would argue the answer is in relation to your work…but still a good point.

  • Joe

    Good point, although I would never ask that question, you make a valid point…I would THINK the person interviewing you should ask “when it comes to your job, what are…” The person is doing you a disservice because it’s a question to get to know YOU. I would argue the answer is in relation to your work…but still a good point.

  • Joe

    Good point, although I would never ask that question, you make a valid point…I would THINK the person interviewing you should ask “when it comes to your job, what are…” The person is doing you a disservice because it’s a question to get to know YOU. I would argue the answer is in relation to your work…but still a good point.

  • Joe

    Good point, although I would never ask that question, you make a valid point…I would THINK the person interviewing you should ask “when it comes to your job, what are…” The person is doing you a disservice because it’s a question to get to know YOU. I would argue the answer is in relation to your work…but still a good point.

  • Great examples. This is a question that trips up a lot of people!

  • Ian Wolfe

    Yeah good stuff Pamela

  • Chris Zarichney-Kupraszewicz

    Good ONE!!!!

  • Channing Shattuck

    “What is your greatest weakness?”
    “Two-day-old sushi, am I right?”

    Silence.

  • Aimee

    Using something you’re inexperienced in doesn’t always work. I tried this at my last job interview and the guy interviewing me went “great but that doesn’t tell me your weaknesses.” That was the only thing I’d ever been told to say so needless to say I got a bit flustered after that shut down.

  • Georgina Lyons

    You’re not going to get an honest answer so what’s the point? Plus the whole working on it thing? You could be lying through your teeth. I’m sure there are a few other questions you can ask (or better yet call thier referrees or past employees) to get a better sense of who they are as employees/

  • Michael Varcoe

    being honest is a weakness… WOW

  • CAM

    Thank you for this forum, These suggestions definitely help, I have an issue with answering the interviewer question directly, circling the answer and with more information than needed. What steps, advice,articles, classes are available and recommended that may be helpful?
    Thank you!

  • Radu Florian

    Excellent! The slightly different ways to answer one of the most difficult questions in an interview, are very well backed up by logical “psychological chess” moves!
    I couldn’t agree more. I counsel my candidates to respond in a very similar manner.

  • HARSHIT KHANDELWAL

    can i say this “my greatest weakness is solving Rubik’s Cube. i can solve the top two layers but can’t solve the bottom one, and i am working on it.”

  • John Ten

    OMG, that’s funny.

  • John Ten

    This won’t do – sounds like begging. you have to make them feel like it’s their loss if they don’t pick you up. Do so professionally of course.

  • John Ten

    I got a version on weakness working for “government” agency who as you know loves to follow policy and procedures.

    One of my biggest weakness is I follow orders and never question procedures and status quo. Although this has its merits but in order to improve, we must be open to change in the face of changing Information Technology trends and better and more efficient ways to leverage the latest available Best Practices to keep up with the times.

    Some might think it’s a strength – who knows – depending on who you work for.

  • harsh

    I am in Marketing and sales, would it be right if i say my greatest weakness is i am quick reactive?

  • Jennifer Cox

    Thanks “PAN” for the advice!! (:

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.

  • Jeff Curran

    My only weaknesses are the ones that the company did not disclose as something that they consider to be weaknesses.

    This discussion is a two way street.

    Interviewer: “What are your strengths and weakness?”

    Me: “Show me a list of strengths and weaknesses as defined by your company culture. I’ll be more than happy to discuss each one in detail”.

    For example, “my weakness is that I avoid conflicts”. Well, maybe I avoid conflicts because I don’t want to get fired. That’s a company weakness. If the company culture punishes employees for getting into conflicts, my weakness is a result of the culture. Sometimes conflict is good, especially when it results in solutions.