What can I say in an interview that I am ready to go from Assistant manager to manager?

I use to work there before as a sales assistant, now I've been an assistant manager the area manager came to me and asked if I'd heard of the manager vacancy. I'm young and never been a manager, the department I'm assistant manager of is much bigger and takes much more money. I know I'm much more than capable of doing the job. But how do I convice her. I'm young, not been manager before. Any help is much appreciated! Thanks!

Asked By: Jemmiekins - 8/19/2007
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You should be able to answer this question yourself after you sit down and take stock of your accomplishments while you've been an assistant manager... More
Answered By: RayeKaye - 8/19/2007
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When i went for supervisor at my job i was interviewed by 3 people at one time. Make sure who ever asks u a question u look them straight in the eye while answering their question. Answer each question to the best of ur ability. If there is some thing u arent sure of then simply state i may not know that right now but... More
Answered By: Pres - 8/19/2007
Go into the meeting and know your worth. Meaning, make a list of your current accomplishments (eg. working with larger staff and budget; Did you reach or meet any department goals?; Did you save the company money, etc.). Let them know what your plans would be as manager, basically, how they will benefit by making... More
Answered By: eniles21 - 8/19/2007
It might depend on the country you are in but these ideas should help you... More
Answered By: kemperk - 8/19/2007
Wow - if the area manager told you that, then you have a good reference right there. Use the area manager's words to imply that you are right for the job... More
Answered By: kNOTaLIAwyR - 8/19/2007
Every interview consists of basically the same types of questions... More
Answered By: my nickname - 8/19/2007
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