Nadiam Nesbitt sat two young men across from one another, called them Interviewer and Interviewee, and posed a question: “You’re the manager at Starbucks. What kind of questions would you ask him?”
The Interviewer blushed, averted his eyes, pleaded, “I don’t know anything about Starbucks.”
“What skills would you look for?” Nesbitt prodded.
“If he knew how to make coffee?” the Interviewer asked tentatively.