I do have a question - my interviewer (McK) gave me the feedback that my stories for Personal Impact and Inclusive leadership “were not the most exciting”, yet showed a lot of empathy and how I deal with others. He said “you could keep them for the second round”, but make sure to display your drive and ambition as well.
What does that mean? Can I really keep them and just pronounce this more or is it better to tell other stories in the second round to help them draw a more holistic picture? I am just thinking that at least I know that these stories are not completely off and also it is super hard to come up with new stories (my backup stories I don't like that much). Naja, so is there any right or wrong here? Maybe I should tell a more spectacular story, e.g. how I convinced a CFO of a company, although this seems super ridiculous and made up in my head, but apparently McK is looking for that spectacular thing. Right now, I told them how I convinced a program manager at school.