How to Prepare for a Project Management Interview

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Are you preparing for a project management interview? Then this is for you.

This 90-page ebook on how to ace your project management interview gives you everything you need to approach your interview with confidence.

You'll learn my 3-step approach to Prepare, Research and Practice before you meet the interviewer.

Interview questions (and prompts for responses)

The ebook contains over 35 relevant, situational questions that will help you prepare for whatever you might be asked in a behavioral interview.

For each question, you'll find out why the interviewer is asking and what they want to know, and prompts for how to respond.

There are also 20 answer prompts for tricky questions, so you'll never have to wonder how to reply to 'Tell me about yourself' ever again!

There are no 'memorization' parts to this ebook. Instead, I give you things to think about, answer prompts, considerations and examples of things you might have done that could be an appropriate response. You'll have to tailor the exact answer you give in the interview to your personal circumstances, but this guide will help you think about the right things and streamline your interview prep.

There is also a checklist to help you decide if your example is really 'interview worthy' and also worksheets to help you plan good, rounded scenarios to discuss that showcase your skills.


  • The 3-step process to ace your interview and a roadmap for your preparation
  • The Anatomy of an Interview video
  • Sample 'copy and paste' text for emailing interviewers before and after you meet them
  • Role research checklist
  • Behaviour-specific interview questions
  • Company-specific interview questions
  • Teamwork questions
  • Working with sponsors/exec management questions
  • Project delivery questions
  • Communication questions
  • Miscellaneous questions
  • 20 Answer prompts for tricky questions
  • The formula for how to give a structured answer that shows exactly what you are capable of
  • 5 x scenario planning worksheets so you always know what to talk about, and a checklist to ensure your examples are worth sharing at interview
  • Tips for video interviews
  • 12 questions to ask the interviewer and tips for ending the interview in a positive way


Confident candidates land more jobs.

As a senior manager in a large corporate, I interviewed lots of candidates for a range of roles.

This ebook is everything I’ve learned about how to make a good impression while being authentic about your experience. It’s what I wished candidates would know before they walked through the door.

As an author and mentor, as well as the creative force behind the popular blog, A Girl’s Guide to Project Management, I talk to managers every day. I’ve found so many people struggle to know where to start with interview preparation.

That’s why I’ve created this easy-to-follow plan for maximizing your success at the interview.

I can’t guarantee you’ll get the job, but I can help you feel confident before the interview, do your best on the day, and finish strong after you leave.


What do I get?

You get instant access to all the interview prep advice, questions and answer prompts in one 85 page PDF ebook.

My interview isn't for ages. Should I get this now?

You have lifetime access to the ebook. Once you download it, you can refer to it any time you want, for any number of interviews! Get a headstart and begin your prep now! You’ll also get lifetime updates, so if I edit the product, you’ll get all the latest improvements for free.

What if I realize this isn't for me?

I want you to be happy. There’s a 100% money-back guarantee. Simply email me within 7 days of purchase and I’ll refund you – no questions asked.

What kind of interview is this suitable for?

The ebook focuses on the ‘classic’ type of interview where you meet one or more interviewer, online or in person, to discuss your career path to date and your suitability for the role. Most of the questions focus on 'tell me about a time...' scenario-based or behavioral questions.

Is this only for project managers?

This ebook covers questions that relate to project management roles. If you are preparing for an interview for a project-related job, like a project manager, project coordinator, project director or similar, then this is for you.

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