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  • Hi, everybody.

  • My name is Richard McMann from the interview Training company.

  • Past my interview dot com on in this tutorial, I'm gonna teach you how to pass any kind of leadership or management interview.

  • So if you've got one coming up, please stick around.

  • Watch it from beginning to end because I promise you the questions and unique answers are going to really help you to pass.

  • Okay.

  • Welcome to this tutorial.

  • That's me there on the right inside.

  • My name is Richard, but one very passionate about helping people to pass their interviews.

  • I've been doing it over 20 years now.

  • And in this video, I'm gonna focus specifically on a leadership on the management type interview.

  • I'm gonna give you sample questions to prepare for Onda.

  • More importantly, I'm gonna give you a load of unique answers as well as normal.

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  • Okay, let's get straight into it.

  • Question Number one of the leadership on management interview.

  • Tell me about yourself and why you are suited to this leadership or management role.

  • So it's a pretty much guaranteed question.

  • The 1st 1 you are likely to get asked in any kind of leadership or management interview.

  • Now, two tips for helping you to answer these successfully.

  • Tip number one.

  • My advice when responding to this question is to focus on these competences.

  • The competence is off.

  • Being able to inspire motivate your team being ableto work under pressure to achieve the company goals.

  • Also being able to solve difficult problems by working on your own initiative on also making sure you make the right decisions at the right time.

  • And I'm gonna give you an answer in a second, which encompasses all of those competences.

  • Now tip number two.

  • Tell the panel that you will work hard to meet the organisational objectives.

  • You will also be loyal and trustworthy, and you will act as a positive role model on representative for their company on.

  • I'm pretty much sure if you say all of those things combined, you will answer this with the top marks, you know, the highest marks possible.

  • So here is my suggested answer for you.

  • Tell me about yourself and why you are suited to this particular leadership and or management role.

  • Here we go.

  • I'm a hard working, determined, loyal and competent leader, a manager and I have the appropriate level of experience and expertise to not only inspire and motivate the team but also ensure they worked tirelessly towards achieving the company objectives.

  • Now I've studied your organization in detail, and you are clearly an innovative and forward thinking company who has ambitious plans for the future.

  • Now, based on my own personal career goals on my enthusiasm for this type of role, I feel we will be able to work collaboratively together effectively to meet your targets and your future plans.

  • Now that's a really solid answer.

  • Now, of course, you can even take notes and write down those answers, or I will tell you at some stage, join this video where you can get access to these and download them.

  • So that's the first question of a leadership and or management into Let's take a look at question number two.

  • Tell me about a time when you made a quick decision.

  • We have limited information.

  • So as a leader under manager, you often have to make quick decisions with minimal information, and this is an acquired skill.

  • But there's a couple of things that you have to do in these type of situations to make sure that you make the right one.

  • So two tips before I give you a brilliant answer to this question.

  • Tip number one.

  • Quick decisions have to be made as a leader in a manager.

  • However, it is essential that you balance the risks versus the benefits for each decision that you make.

  • Number two.

  • My advice is to describe a situation you were in where you had to make a quick decision based on the best interests off the organization.

  • On that you and this is the important bit you weighed up the pros and cons before you make that decision.

  • So here is a suggested answer that could be used in any kind of leadership on management into you.

  • Here we go.

  • Tell me about a time and you made a quick decision with limited information.

  • In a previous role, I was often required to make quick decisions without much information Toe hand.

  • One particular situation involved a client requesting important changes to a project we were working on and they needed an answer within the hour.

  • Now, normally, I would take the time to calculate a cost based exercise to determine the impact on our budget on the profitability whenever a client requested additions or changes.

  • However, this was not possible due to time.

  • So I weighed up the risks of losing the client for future projects as they had already spent a considerable amount of money with us over the years.

  • On that basis, I agree to the changes, but I reiterated to them there would not be any further changes after that.

  • I only ever make quick decisions if the risk of not doing so is that the detriment of the organization I'm working for.

  • I will always balance risks versus benefits in any situation like this that I am presented with.

  • So you are given an explanation there where you made the decision with limited time, a quick decision, but you had you'd weighed up the options quickly.

  • But you're also saying that you will always put the organization first and that is the important thing When responding to that kind of question, Let's take a look at another one of the leadership of management interview.

  • Tell me about a time when you handle the crisis or a really difficult situation.

  • Now this is a common leadership of management interview question, because what they are looking for here is for you to take responsibility for this situation because you're a leader and a manager and Yukon go running off to your senior managers or your directors to say, What should I do here?

  • You have to make important decisions.

  • So two tips to help you answer correctly demonstrate your ability to remain calm and utilize innovative thinking to come up with a solution to the problem or the crisis you are faced with.

  • Now every problem can be solved, every problem can be solved, and it's your job to show that you are resilient.

  • You have a determined attitude, andan ability to strive towards completing the tar tickle project efficiently and effectively.

  • So how'd you do that when answering this interview question.

  • Here's a sample for you.

  • Tell me about a time when you handled a crisis.

  • Here we go during a particular team project.

  • We were literally seven days away from the project deadline and everything was going smoothly on as planned.

  • Unfortunately, too important members of the team had to go off without notice.

  • One was due to sickness, and the second was due to compassionate reasons.

  • The project was literally thrown into turmoil, and it initially looked like the project would not get delivered.

  • Having disastrous consequences for our client, however, I decided to step up to the plate and search for ways we could get the project over the finishing line.

  • I started scouting for talent from other departments on.

  • After a day of intense searching, we managed to hire two people to help us complete the project.

  • Then we all worked around the clock due to the time already lost on we pull together.

  • We dug deep and we focused on the project outcomes.

  • At the end of the deadline, the project was completed on, more importantly to the required standards and specification, I believe I am at my best when under pressure, I can always be relied upon to be resilient, innovative and determined.

  • So you're showing their you're given a situation that you're in when you have to handle the crisis.

  • But you were saying I'm the one who stepped up on.

  • I came up with a solution and in of an innovative solution.

  • And you're also saying And this is the This is the important bit I said there I believe I am at my best when under pressure.

  • So I'm telling the panel I can work in this kind of situation.

  • No problem at all.

  • Next question.

  • Would you dislike the most about leadership and management?

  • Okay, a real tricky question because you can't say, Well, you know what?

  • There's absolutely nothing I dislike.

  • I love every bit of it.

  • And I would say you're not being honest because there are some things here.

  • We have leaders.

  • She could manage that.

  • I've I did it for many, many years.

  • I run my own business, but I was a leader and a manager in the fire service money for many years.

  • Ah, highly stressful job, very difficult at times.

  • And there were some aspects that I didn't like.

  • But there is a trick to answering this question.

  • So two tips before I give you a great answer.

  • Number one don't give something here that you have control over.

  • So don't say I don't like people within a team who underperform or I don't like it.

  • When my my director or senior manager gives me unrealistically targets to me, Cora or expectations, make sure you give something you don't give something that you have control over number to tell the interview panel One thing you dislike but then say you have developed skills to overcome that particular dis dislike over the years.

  • So here's a great answer that I think it could be used in any kind of interview.

  • What do you dislike the most about leadership management?

  • Here we go.

  • There isn't much about management leadership that dislike, however.

  • If I had to choose one thing, it would be when the completion off your task or project is dependent on external stakeholders whose appetite for completion isn't in sync with your own.

  • Having said that, I feel over the years I've developed strong into permanent into personal skills on persuasion techniques to get external stakeholders and organizations to help me achieve my old manager ral aims and objectives.

  • I think that's a brilliant answer because you're saying there isn't much I dislike about it, but There is one thing, and that's when external stakeholders you don't have much control over when their appetite for ambition isn't the same as your own.

  • But then you're saying, But I believe I've developed strong interpersonal skills and persuasion techniques to get them to help me.

  • Okay, really, really solid answer.

  • Next question.

  • If you are successful interview today, what's the first thing you will do as our newly appointed manager or leader?

  • So if you're successful, what's the first thing you're going to do?

  • Quite a difficult question.

  • But I'm gonna give you a really, really strong answer.

  • No, sorry.

  • Number one.

  • Make sure you have a plan for what you're gonna do.

  • So be prepared already.

  • Don't say Well, I'll get into the role and I'll sort of find my feet.

  • You need to hit the ground running number two.

  • Base your plan.

  • What you plan to do on three things.

  • These three things were really good.

  • Number one obtaining a clear brief from your senior managers and directors number two carrying out team appraisals and then number three motivating and inspiring your team towards the goals.

  • Okay, those are the three things I recommend you.

  • You say in your plans, You gonna say I've already got a plan of what I'm gonna do if I'm successful and these are the three things.

  • So here's my answer for you.

  • If you're successful injury today, what's the first thing you will do as our newly appointed manager?

  • Or later?

  • Here we go.

  • If I'm successful and I get to become your manager or leader, I plan to do three things.

  • Within the first few weeks of arriving.

  • First and foremost, I will obtain a clear brief from you, my senior managers on the company directors to understand exactly how I can help the company strategically meet its gold and its targets.

  • Secondly, I will get to know my team inside out.

  • I plan to carry out in debt for appraisals with each team member to find out how they currently contribute to the team on the wider organisational objectives within their role.

  • Finally, after completing the 1st 2 stages of my three stage plan, I will brief the team fully on my expectations in respect to performance and also reiterate the goals and targets we will all be working towards.

  • It will then be my job to manage lead and motivate the team.

  • That's a really good answer.

  • Really, really.

  • Good answer.

  • Okay, now I hope you've enjoyed those I love, creating the the questions and the answers.

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