Define your leadership style for us and tell us why you've adopted it. What would your former subordinates say about the effectiveness of your leadership style?
This is usually a softer line of questioning where the interviewer has the chance to learn more about you and assess your personality and work demeanor. Highlight accomplishments that meaningfully illustrate who you are, your approach and priorities, as well as ones that showcase your successes. Sometimes offering up references can be a good strategy for dispelling doubt about performance and attitudes about coworkers. You may want to quote what references have said about you in the past to support your candidacy. References are like testimonials. The person that ends up getting hired often has better references and can demonstrate a better track record.