WHAT IS YOUR MANAGEMENT STYLE? (Manager Interview Questions & Answers!)

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WHAT IS YOUR MANAGEMENT STYLE Interview Question by Richard McMunn! In this video, Richard will teach you the best way to answer this tough manager interview question!
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WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT STYLES OF MANAGEMENT?
Visionary - A visionary manager will communicate a purpose or objective and then support their team to achieve it.

Democratic – A democratic manager will involve their team in the decision-making process and empower them to contribute to the teams direction and purpose.

Transformational - A transformational manager will encourage his or her team to continually embrace change within an organization and use it to deliver consistent results for their employer.

Coaching – A coaching manager will often support his or her team to continually develop, grow and improve so they have the necessary skills, qualities and experience to grow, develop and achieve results.

WHAT IS YOUR STYLE OF MANAGEMENT INTERVIEW ANSWER #1
“My management style is a combination of different key elements that are designed to achieve results. In short, I am a visionary and transformational manager who always sets high standards.

I am also decisive in my decision making, and somebody who expects their team to continually improve, evolve and develop.

I achieve this by being supportive of my team, but at the same time, I expect nothing but hard work, commitment, and exceptional customer service standards from all members of my team.

I always strive to get the best out of my team, and I will always deliver outstanding results for my employer.”

WHAT IS YOUR MANAGEMENT STYLE INTERVIEW ANSWER #2
“My style of management is based on setting high standards and expectations from the get-go, and then supporting my team to be the best they possibly can be.

It is my responsibility as a manager, to make sure my team delivers on the strategic objectives defined by the senior management team, and I will achieve this goal by always making decisions that are in the best interests of the business.”

WATCH RICHARD'S 7 MANAGER INTERVIEW QUESTIONS VIDEO:
https://youtu.be/Kzkgte_rLRE
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