Hi PrepLounge, If during the fit interview, we get hypothetical/forward-looking questions like "How would you convince someone you just met that your solution is superior?" or "How would you plan for a large project?", how would we answer these? Do we give our general 'framework' for addressing such problems then give an example of the time we applied it (PEI stories)? Or do we give the general framework and explain in detail the logic for doing the specific steps? Thanks! :)
Edit: by 'framework', I do not mean case frameworks or ways to structure my answers (e.g. STAR). I mean the set of internal rules that I apply to such behavioural situations. For example, to convince someone, I would first do X, then Y, then Z. Do I then follow this up with a story of when I applied these principles OR do I follow up by going more in-depth and explaining why I would do X first, why I would do Y next, etc. (skipping my story)?
My understanding is that I would have to first explain generally what I would do before even going into the story, otherwise I would come across as 'not answering the question being asked'