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Director Level Interview Questions

"When you apply for director-level positions, employers will be interested in your management experience, technical skills in the industry, and communication and leadership skills. Before attending the interview, prepare answers to common behavioral and technical questions such as �What is your personal management style?� and �What hands-on work experience do you have in this industry?� Employers will want to make sure your skills are well-rounded enough to supervise company programs from the top down, manage budgets, allocate resources, make difficult decisions, and communicate with clients and subordinate employees on a regular basis."

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Questions spanned from work experience examples all the way to my personality. What keeps me motivated and what do I like about my job.

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I answered everything honestly and with as many examples that I could come up with.

A lot of process questions, such as how to accomplish specific things, end to end. They did a total review of my history, especially with other companies. They seem to want well-rounded people who have technical skills and can deal with customers.

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What is your management style?

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Why are you here today? -- Senior VP

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Was interviewed on site by a contract consultant, and he asked about gaps in my resume as a consultant.

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Standard fare, they did ask about my ability to work with few resources - i.e. work as both manager and individual contributor.

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The recruiter asked about my salary requirements and salary history before I even met with my (potential) manager to learn more about the position.

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Do you delegate or are you more of a doer?

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How many traffic lights in Manhattan?

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How would you handle the environmental backlash against tree cutting?

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