What are Your Strengths?
A job interviewer is not looking for personal attributes that better mankind. The interviewer wants to know what professional skills you bring to the table for improving the performance of the company or non-profit organization. Your list of strengths should be short and sweet, not a lengthy discourse that makes you appear worry of winning a Nobel Prize. Focus on professionals skills that have particular relevance to the position. For example, if you interview for a management position, describe the leadership traits that make you stand out from a crowded field of job candidates.