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Using the examples/definitions you provided, I think a "situation" is more appropriate than an "experience." I wouldn't worry too much about the semantics though- the important takeaway is that generally the response should be based around a specific incident/acute scenario (or a few incidents/acute scenarios) that you were part of. 

It would be totally fine to base your answer around your experience of being a store manager, but when doing this you wouldn't just speak in generalities about the store's power dynamic, you'd illustrate the power imbalance through one or a few stories in which the power imbalance manifested itself (e.g. hiring decisions, division of tasks for store upkeep, navigating conflicts that arise, etc.).

 

 

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