What’s the best question to determine moral courage in an individual, during a professional interview?
Tell me of a time you fired someone because that was the right thing to do for the company
It’s fancy to suggest that one should always do the right thing.
However, calling something right means that there is a “wrong” instantly created in the universe.
Firing an individual because it’s the right thing to do for the company, is possibly wrong for the person being fired.
And if you can show that you dealt well with it, I can show you the intersection of empathy and decisiveness.