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›• Tips for a successful interview

Remember, after you answer each question ASK the interviewer the same or similar question regarding their company. This creates a "Ping Pong" effect and forces the interviewer to SLOW down and respond to your question before firing off another question to you. 

EXAMPLE: You are asked to describe a typical day at work. Tell them how you prepare before going in, the things you automatically check first when you arrive; ie the bathrooms etc., how you plan your day, use your planner, make check lists so on and so on.... AND THEN finish by asking, what is a typical day like for the managers at ______?


1. Be prepared to answer why you are interested in their company...And why you would leave your current employer. Remember they are looking to hire SHARP MANAGERS, that have done their homework on the company they are interviewing with. If you don't have enough facts about the company you are interviewing with, if you have not gone to their web-site, have not been to a unit, or talked with current successful managers for their company, PLEASE.... let me know immediately!

2. What are your strengths as a manager? This is where you sell yourself! They want to know that you are a leader, a person that is a good listener and respects others. A trainer and a coach of a winning team! A strong delegator. Someone who communicates well and takes responsibility. They want to know that you work with an ownership mentality and develop your crew to feel the same.

3. Have at least one example of how you impacted a guest. You may have purchased a meal for an unhappy customer, handled a crisis with grace, purchased drinks for guests that were overlooked on the waiting lists and ended up waiting way too long. Be specific.

4. Know Your stores P&L numbers and how you impact the numbers that your store is running. (Food Cost, Labor Cost) KNOW Teamwork, Teamwork, Teamwork is how things are accomplished and achieved!!! Great managers achieve their goals by creating and nurturing loyalty, challenge and an ownership mentality within their crew. Knowledge is power, the more a crew member understands how every things effects the bottom line, the more aware they will become of their own actions in the unit.

Following are operational questions you should write down in your own words. Please feel free to add other operational questions to your list and ask them during your interview. Be prepared to answer these questions regarding your own unit!

1. What is your goal for labor cost? Are you able to attain this number? If not, why?

2. What is your goal for food cost? Are you able to attain this number? If not, why?

3. Are sales currently trending upward or downward?

4. How is the staffing level for employees?

5. What is the percentage of employees groomed and developed into management VS management hired from the outside?

6. Scheduling for managers - How are the responsibilities for FOH and BOH delegated to the associate managers? ______days in FOH ? ______days in BOH(This question only applies to companies that don't have specific FOH & BOH mgrs)

7. If I am willing to relocate for the GM position, can I truly become a GM in less than 2 years?

›• Two GREAT District Manager Interview Questions

8. Who is your most successful manager and why?

9. If you have a struggling manager, what characteristics or traits do you see that contribute to them having difficulties? What are the steps being taken to help bring this manager up to the performance level needed for success?

›• SUCCESSFUL Dress Attire


FOR You GUYS - Crisp, clean, starched, WHITE button down shirt, plain WHITE undershirt a must ( chest hair may be sexy but we don't want to see it at the interview ) Solid red or yellow tie. (These are Power colors) Pressed slacks with nice belt. Dress shoe or loafer is fine. ( Shoes must be clean, or polished if necessary ) Smell good; just don't knock us out with the cologne

Clean Cut Appearance! Very little jewelry, take out any ear or facial jewelry for the interview. Facial hair neatly groomed! Clean finger nails a MUST!

Knowledge of why you want on board with this company, High Energy Level, Aggressive Career focused Attitude, Desire for upward mobility are all key to having a successful interview!

Remember, if you are being set up on interviews with multiple companies, it is very important that during each interview you remain focused on that particular company. A sure fire way to NOT BE PURSUED by a company is to state that the reason you are there at the interview is because a recruiter called and set you up an appointment.This is definitely an interview DON"T.!!!