My team is having 3 potential candidates cycle through the various team members for 30 min interviews. I am the lowest ranking guy and this is my first time conducting an interview from the other side of the table. Assuming all candidates have already been screened for technical ability, I want to focus more on fit. This person would not be directly reporting to me, but we'd have to work together on a daily basis with me teaching the new guy various technical things. What are some good ones? I personally don't like BS/typical questions involving strengths/weaknesses, having the candidate talk about a time they overcame conflict in the workplace, blah blah. Do people have some good suggestions that actually have relevance to daily work? I honestly feel like when I'm put on the spot during an interview to talk about how I approach a difficult problem or whatever, you can't help but just BS a bit and talk about something that may not be all that relevant. I also think that the actual content of the questions themselves don't matter as much as just gauging their interest level, their personality, feeling who would be the best fit, etc. I work in corporate finance if that makes a difference, but I'm only looking for fit question examples. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks.