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A Sales Manager will have a leadership role within their organization and lead a sales unit. Their group may be based on product or territory. They will need to bring with them knowledge of the industry and or marketplace. They are expected to hit the ground running for any organization they join.
Sales managers should have leadership characteristics with a natural ability to sell. They should carry with them extensive marketing knowledge and know how to run and implement a marketing campaign. They will train their employees on their best sales techniques. Being able to motivate their team will be crucial to their success.
Begin your interview preparation for a sales manager interview by researching the company. Know their business culture and products. Write down examples of how you align yourself with their company culture and will be a positive addition. Expect interview questions that test your past performance. Make a list of sales mistakes you have made in the past and how you have learned from them. Be able to describe your sales techniques and how you would use those techniques in this new job if hired. Lastly, be prepared to give examples of when you led a team. Know what ups and downs you faced and how you overcame. Provide examples of successes you have had in the past through hard work by you and your team.