As stated in https://bintanvictor.wordpress.com/2010/08/13/vague-vs-normal-vs-specific-answers-in-nontech-interviews/, during non-tech interviews, stories are a good way to organize your thoughts, and make yourself memorable.
To prove a _team_player_ —
These aren’t stories but … voted most helpful colleague in Zed; knowledge sharing; hands-on guidance over freshers; one of the most gregarious guys on the floor, making friends across department boundaries.
To prove “help those in need” —
rated substantially-exceed by all the freshers I helped, mostly Indian freshers; Never turned away a help seeker
To prove constructiveness in conflict —
presenting alternative designs to senior managers
To prove knowledge sharing —
To prove “can work with difficult colleagues” —
Chih Hao who likes to criticize my code ..
To prove under-pressure — biggest release of 2009
To prove personal sacrifice —