Note: I didn't have anything negative to say about my current role or employer. The employer is wonderful and the role is pleasant. I personally just found that I preferred my previous role and found that my skill set were better suited in project management than sales.
Since I was interviewing for a website design position, my future boss had my critique two magazine covers to see what I would change and why. The second part to that was to review my resume and fix/change anything about it.
This question was asked by my previous colleague. I feel like it was unfairly asked and put me on the spot in a very negative way. When I had said that, we had 5/6 people resign and we were only a company of around 20 people, around 10-15 projects on the go with only 3 Implementation Managers, one Quality Control tester, and no money, tools or resources to assist us. We had over 80 client accounts to manage and only a few client coordinators, three of which were part-time, so would ask us to help with the technical support. The company was also in the middle of a merger and everyone was anxious and worried of their job security. I answered this question honestly, that my confidence was low and I felt personally that I wasn't doing well even though everyone else thought I was doing a great job. Sometimes, you go through moments in your life, where you will feel down, but that didn't stop me from giving the work my absolute all!