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9 Common Management Interview Questions
« on: November 16, 2014, 11:39:26 AM »

If you have a management interview on the way for you then check out following questions to be prepared.

Here are 9 common management interview questions:


1- Describe a time you have had to drive a team of experts that have not had any previous direction?

2- Talk us through a time when you had to take over a de-motivated team of individuals?  What actions did you take in the first six months and talk us through the results?
Strategic Direction

3- Describe an occasion when you created and designed a detailed action plan to meet medium to long term goals of the business?

4- Talk us through a time when you had to translate the organisations vision or strategic objectives into the departments strategy and then individual objectives?

Commercial Awareness

5- Talk us through a time when you identified a commercial opportunity and it resulted in an increase in profitability?

6- Describe an occasion when you had to significantly reduce the operating costs of the department or division or organisation?  Talk us through step by step what you did and how the plan was implemented?

People Management

7- Describe an occasion when you have had to manage a poor performer and how you turned this situation into a positive result?

8- Talk us through a time when you were involved in managing someone out of the business because of poor conduct?

9- Give us an example of a time when you successfully managed a difficult situation involving members of your team or department?

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Re: 9 Common Management Interview Questions
« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2014, 10:16:30 AM »
Being prepared is essential for any interview you might have. These questions are really useful, because if you know that you've managed to prepare the answers to these, you will be prepared for these and similar questions during your actual interview. The worst thing is if you're at an interview and you just don't know what to say, so taking the time to prepare yourself is very helpful.


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