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  • Hello there.

  • My name is Richard Matt, one from the interview Training Company.

  • Past my interview dot com on in this tutorial, I'm gonna teach you how to pass a leadership interview.

  • On in particular, we're gonna focus on leadership competences interview questions on answers.

  • Now, it does not matter what kind of leadership interview you have coming up.

  • You are going to be assessed against a number off competency.

  • So within this tutorial, I'm gonna tell you what those competences are and then provide you with some sample interview questions and solid answers to make sure you pass so pleased to watch it from beginning to end.

  • Now, before I get into those tips, the questions and answers a very warm welcome to this tutorial as the same.

  • My name is Richard Whitman.

  • That's me there in the center.

  • I've been helping people for many years to pass their interviews.

  • I love doing it.

  • I'm very passionate about it.

  • I used to work as a fire officer for about 17 years on.

  • I was involved in the creation and assessment off competence is so Please do watch this video from beginning to end because I'm going to give you some high scoring leadership competence.

  • These answers to those all important questions.

  • As always, please make sure you subscribe to the channel by clicking the red button below the video.

  • That way, you're not gonna miss out on any of the weekly tutorials that I create.

  • And also, I would very, very much appreciate it if you gave the video or thumbs up.

  • Thank you very much.

  • Okay, An important tip to make sure the you pass your leadership interview now competences that you will be assessed against They are a set of accessible skills, qualities and attributes on they ensure that you can perform the leadership of management role to the necessary standard.

  • Okay, so you have to provide strong, solid responses to them.

  • So when attending any form of leadership competency interview, it is absolutely vital, you know, only identify the competencies that are being assessed, but that you also provide solid evidence based answers of how you match each and every one of them.

  • So, in preparation for your interview, make sure you get a copy of the job description on the person specification and have a look at the competence is now the more common type of leadership competences include being able to manage and lead people an absolute obvious one.

  • So you are able to lead, manage and motivate and inspire a team to be the best that they can be.

  • Delegation is another core leadership competency, and that's the skill of allocating tasks to King individual team members based on their strengths and their abilities.

  • You obviously have to be an effective communicator.

  • So being able to communicate effectively both verbally and also in writing with team members with senior management team and also external clients and stakeholders a couple more decision making skills, you have to be capable of making tough and difficult decisions.

  • You have to be a good negotiator and be able to persuade individuals to work towards your goals and objectives.

  • And finally, two more before we come on to those questions.

  • Emotional intelligence, which is using the appropriate levels of empathy when needed on also interpersonal skills being ableto, communicate and take the appropriate action when dealing with a variety of individuals on teams from diverse situations on background.

  • So let's explore a number of competency leadership competency interview questions on those all important strong answers that I believe will score very highly during any any leadership interview.

  • Question number one.

  • Tell me about a time at work when something went wrong and you took control.

  • So this is assessing your ability to lead, to manage to take responsibility and also make effective decisions.

  • But there is also the competency of problem solving in there, too, said they're all into intertwine.

  • So tell me about a time at work when something went wrong and you took control.

  • Here we go.

  • I was working on a project with four other team members, and I felt the project deadlines were in danger of being missed.

  • Having analyzed the project timelines on the milestone target dates that had been set, it was becoming apparent to me that we were gonna miss them because a small number of team members were not, in my opinion, doing the work they were supposed to.

  • I decided to take control as I was passionate about the project, and I knew the consequences would not be good if we fail to deliver the project on time.

  • I called a team meeting and expressed my concerns in an open and positive manner.

  • I used facts to explain my concerns and also suggested a plan of action for getting things back on track.

  • Now, without identifying specific individuals who were at fault, I focused the suggested plan of action on the wider team efforts and make sure we all took responsibility for the project moving forward.

  • Although it was an awkward meeting, everyone agreed to my plan, and after four weeks of hard work, we managed to get the project over the finishing line and to the required standard.

  • Now that's a great answer that anybody could use.

  • It's in debt that uses the star technique of situation, task, action result and you have taken responsibility.

  • But more importantly, you've identified that is an issue, and you've taken control of it.

  • That's a great answer.

  • By the way, I'll tell you where you can download these answers on dhe on the questions as well as we progress through the tutorial.

  • Next question.

  • Describe the toughest team you've ever managed.

  • Why were they so difficult to manage and what did you do to turn things around?

  • So here's my suggested answer.

  • I joined a team a few years ago whilst working for a new and innovative organization.

  • A team had been put in place, who will all full of fresh ideas and talent, and it was my job to manage the team towards achieving the organization's objectives.

  • The team was particularly difficult to manage because there were so many intelligent, enthusiastic and innovative people who all wanted to lead the team in their own direction.

  • Now, whilst I did not want to stifle creativeness or hunger, I had to take control and lead the team towards my own goals and my own objectives.

  • Now I achieve this by initially holding meetings both for the start of the week on also towards the end, I set clear meeting objectives each time we met and I held each person accountable for that specific roles on by spending time with each team member twice a week, I was eventually able to establish full control of the team and ensure that we were all working towards my own agenda.

  • I feel I have the correct qualities and leadership attributes to lead the most difficult of teams on.

  • I would never shy away from a difficult leadership challenge whenever it presents itself for another real solid answer to that question that demonstrates that you can take control on you can manage a tough team.

  • Next question.

  • How would you develop a team to get the most out of them since is assessing your leadership and your management abilities also being able to delegate tasks responsible?

  • Responsibly?

  • So here's my suggested answer.

  • I would develop the team by using a four stage process.

  • Stage one would involve clearly defining the organisational objectives where I needed the team to be within a set period of time.

  • Stage two would involve conducting appraisals of each team member toe, identify their strengths, their weaknesses, their career aspirations, what they needed from me.

  • In order to achieve the organisational objectives, Statesthree would involve providing appropriate training, guidance and support to help the team achieve their goals and objectives.

  • Finally, the next stage would involve a periodic review process to look at what we have learned as a team from the actions we have taken in order to allow us to continually improve and developed collectively.

  • So that is a great answer that shows that you know exactly what you're going to do now.

  • I'm gonna go on to another question the second, so please stick around.

  • But if you look at that link right there in the top right hand corner.

  • If you click that link, it will take you to my website, where you can download a full set of the leadership competences.

  • Interview questions on full answers to help you pass your interview on.

  • I promise you.

  • If you download them, they will make a significant difference to your performance at the interview.

  • Next question.

  • Describe a time when you delegated effectively, so delegation skills is one particular leadership competency.

  • And here's my suggested answer.

  • In a previous role, I was managing a team of people who had a wide range of skills, qualities and experience.

  • I was tasked by my senior director to manage an important office move.

  • There was due to take place in two weeks time.

  • Basically, the office was moving to a new, larger office.

  • The other side of town.

  • I started off by creating a plan of what needed to be done.

  • I identified four specific areas I would need to delegate.

  • The four areas were number one, the logistical move itself number to the I T infrastructure crossover number three, the communications aspect of lead in all clients.

  • No, that we would be unavailable on the day of the move.

  • And finally number four.

  • The updating of all records data information with our new contacts and address details are then set about deciding which team members had the most appropriate skills to deliver.

  • Hte asked professionally and accurately, and then held an intense meeting with all four members on laid down clear objectives of what needed to be done.

  • But by what time frame?

  • Each team member then went away on Reported back to me.

  • Once the task is complete, I feel the best way to delegate effectively is to create a clear plan of action and to delegate tasks based on individuals who have the highest levels of competence within your team.

  • A great response.

  • It's situational based, so you're given a specific answer now.

  • Don't forget.

  • Click the link directly below the video to find out more about getting a copy of all of these and other leadership competencies, interview questions and answers where you go to the website past mine to you dot com, and I sincerely hope you found that useful If you want to connect with me.

  • Arlington, I've put my link to an address in the description below the video.

  • Thank you very much.

  • Watching.

  • I genuinely hope you partial leadership interview.

  • If you have any questions, stick him in the comments section below and I'll be happy to answer them.

  • Thank you very much.

  • And I hope you have a wonderful day.

  • All the best.

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