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Manager Interview Questions in St. Louis, MO

"Companies count on managers to make smart team decisions and oversee group members in order to maintain deadlines and keep operations running smoothly. Be prepared to answer several situational questions that will evaluate your time management skills, problem solving abilities, and ease in leading a team. Employers will also expect you to be well-versed in products and operations, so make sure to brush up on the department's relevant work."

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How do you address an abnormality in the financial review?

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Evaluate the line description and amount. Then review the amounts and take action from that point. May be a coding issue, purchasing issue, or something else.

I would address the problem by examining all contributing factors and then examine them one by one. It could be more than one problem or a series of problems.

Provide a specific situation from your work history when you failed as a Project Manager and what did you do about it?

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Do you think you would be satisfied doing this type of work?

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The followups for each behavioral was tough. Also she asked me to introduce myself in the reverse chronological manner. That was the first for me.

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Can you come in on this exact date and time? If not, we will not be moving forward.

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Why I was looking for another position

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If I wanted to accept a Boutique Manager position at a different location.

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One panel was rude, cold and deliberately unfriendly. The clearly meant to drive me away. The department head disappeared at the halfway point and at the end of my last meeting the panel left me sitting in a big meeting room alone. There was no adios or anything. No wrap-up.

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They asked if I could acquire new customer base in St. Louis, MO

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We are looking for the best of the best and by looking at your resume I just dont see it, what makes you the top 1%.

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