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General manager Interview Questions

"Employers hiring general managers are looking for decisive leaders with previous management experience to oversee a department or division in the company. In an interview, be ready to discuss your ability to lead lower-level managers and implement improvements within the business. General managers may join the company directly through management, so interviewers will want candidates who are capable of forming strong relationships with established employees."

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What are your plans to turn around the sales in this location?

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The methods used in the industry are tried and true, I am not trying to re-invent the wheel. The secret is the execution of these proven projects. Making a goal is no good unless you follow through with all of the steps needed to achieve it, and I have had experience doing this. I then presented my 30/60/90 day plan for the store in question.

How do you feel about manageing a team of experienced jewelry sales people with more years of experience in the business?

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"What would you do if you had a poor performer associate that did not meet his/her sales goals? What would you do if they continued?"

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are you a key team player

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Why do you want to work for this company?

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If an employee made an honest mistake and your largest customer wanted him fired, would you?

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We essentially went through every position on my resume, covering the details of what happened at each. This covered both the accomplishments, as well as the reasons for leaving for each position.

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They asked the normal, previous experience, details of the job, if you have experience laying people off, etc.

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Listen to David talk the company up.

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Did you ever break a law or rule. If yes, what was it and why did you break it?

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