By them asking personality-type questions, I am wondering if they are having issues with things like "office politics." Which would explain why they might ask "how would you handle this situation" kinds of questions. And, by going to dresses/suits and heels, maybe they are trying to revamp their office morale.... Maybe it isn't the position you want, especially if it doesn't fit your personality any longer. But, hey, at least you got the experience of interviewing over since you may need the practice to find the position that does suit you. Good for you. I am so proud of you, especially knowing that you came away from it wondering if it is what you really want even tho you know it may mean more interviews. It shows you have guts and you aren't jumping the gun to run from your current position. Just remember, listen to your gut instincts....if you are offered the position, ask questions before deciding what you want and if your gut still tells you no, then listen! You are amazingly strong for going through that kind of interview...I am just so proud of you!!
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