You have three types of interviewers.
The first one focuses on performance
The second one focuses on culture fit
The third one focuses on credentials
The first one wants you to bring value to the company
The second one wants you to stay at the company
The third one wants to avoid making mistakes when hiring
The first one asks you: "tell me how you solved this problem in the past"
The second one asks you: "tell me what motivates you at work"
The third one asks you to read out your resume
The first one cares about what you can deliver
The second one cares about you as an individual
The third one cares about where you come from
The first one looks at the future
The second one looks at the present
The third one looks at the past
The first one might be American, the second one French and the third one Japanese.
They probably all have a point. But they also probably believe that their way is superior.
However, instead of choosing one way, combining points of views might be a better strategy.
Just like when looking at a physical object, observing at it from the front or from the back can be very different. But knowing both gives you a much richer understanding.
Similarly, looking at someone from various angles will give you more perspective and your decision will end up being more robust to errors.