"Businesses depend on their business managers to oversee the operations of a department to ensure that goals are being met and productivity is consistent. In an interview, expect to cover questions about large accounts you may have managed, your previous experiences in business, and how you handle conflict or stress. In addition, you may be asked to explain how you validate data integrity or to even provide a sales pitch for their company."
Hard to say... there were so many questions. But they were all germane and relevant.1 Answer
Answer genuinely and honestly. This is as much about "fit" as anything else, and you don't want to pretend to be someone or something you're not, as the fit needs to be right all around. (Below, I indicate that the interview was in Aliso Viejo, CA - company headquarters - which is true, but I also had two sets of interviews in Austin, TX. Initial in-person interview was in Austin, then flown out to Aliso Viejo for numerous interviews with leadership, then some additional interviews in Austin with people who weren't available when I was at headquarters.)