Sure, you may get the opportunity to interview a potential colleague but a future boss? Rare. But it’s not to say it won’t happen.
Here are some tips, courtesy of The Daily Muse, to amp up your mojo and get ready to interview your potential manager.
1. Raise your hand. That’s right, ask to be involved. If leadership is open to it, why not have you interview the boss if you know your department and the inner workings of the company really well? The piece points out, “You have valuable input, and it’s not at all unreasonable for you to ask to get involved. As soon as you discover the hiring process for your future boss has begun, let whoever is in charge know you’d like to meet with the top candidates, if appropriate.” Read more