There will not be right or wrong answers for situation questions like this.The interview panel in all probability would like to know only your response but not that of others.Further each one responds to such situations in his own manner which is conditioned by his own behavior which again is based on his knowledge and experience of such situations and not only that, there may be further questions on your response which you may it difficult to answer if you project other's response as your own. Secondly the response will depend on business context,and goals or culture.which you have not spelt Therefore, it is not appropriate to seek responses from others.however some basic guidelines may be of help to you in framing your own responses to such questions.
The idea must not be vague.it shall be clear.It shall be relevant to the context. It shall be practical and attainable, if it is a goal or a method or a solution.Presentation requires clear articulation of idea to the panel.
The context is not clear.However recruitment also requires sales skills as a recruiter is required to sell the profile to prospective candidates(customers) and shall be able to convert a contact into a transaction(acceptance of job offer). a recruiter shall have fair knowledge of employment market i.e about sourcing of candidates and competitors and salary packages etc.
This can be best answered by you as it is purely an individual preference.
Poaching is making an employee leave a competitor's service with attractive offers of package and career etc to join your organisation..
Recruitment experts can answer this.Probably the prioritization depends up on the value of the post to client's business, the urgency of filling the post and the level of seniority etc.
Hope this helps.
10th April 2016 From India, Mumbai
What role have you applied for?
Learned member above has clarified the points in nice and clear manner.
Ideas should be relevant and in proper context.
Whether they can be presented in a particular meeting needs to be seen right of what type of meeting and on what subject,meeting is being held?
Some ideas cannot be sprung on the boss suddenly in front of a mixed audience comprising of people from different departments etc.
Q2)A recruiter should be able to present his company in goodnight and a desirable place to work.To that extent he should be able to sell the company and its bright prospects to potential employees.
You thin why you are applying for a recruitment job.
Some people apply for this job for the thrill of interacting with many outsiders and make the most suitable outsiders into insiders i/e company employees.
Q4)Already well answered above.
Q5) Clarified by learned member above.
10th April 2016 From India, Pune
If you have prior work experience in the same field, you yourself can think and answer.
11th April 2016 From India