The interview process allows hiring managers and coworkers to get to know you and what you are likely to bring to the organization. One of the common ways is the classic question, “What are your strengths and weaknesses?”
Many people have different approaches to this question. But the objectively smart way to answer is identifying two or three weaknesses that have nothing to do with the job. This usually means soft skills that have no measurable impact on the role you are applying for.