Here's one for the community. I was recently interviewed by 5 different people (45 minutes each) for a position. I was asked the "What is your most significant acomplishment?" question by all but one of the interviewers. Would you use the same accomplishment for every interviewer or change it up each time?
I actually answered the same way, did not get offered the position, and the feedback that the recruiter gave me was "the interviewers were hoping to hear about more accomplishements." When I asked the recruiter to elaborate, he said that he would "recommend in future interviews to use different 'most significant' accomplishments for each interviewer because when the team met to discuss their interviews with me, they all were hoping to have a laundry list of accomplishments to compare, and instead they all heard the same story. The recruiter also said that he thought my example was very good but they wanted more examples.
This was an interview for a Marketing Manager role at a company with over $3 billion in sales annually.