If you're looking to land a senior executive position, such as a senior vice president or senior director, you need to demonstrate that you have the same qualifications, objectives and presentation as an executive leader. It's important to focus on the interviewer's needs and avoid showing any negative traits such as self-interest, arrogance, distancing, and insincerity. You need to be able to establish a good relationship and sympathy with the employer in order to convince them that they can trust you with their business. When selling yourself as an executive, it's important to give the impression that you already have everything but the title.
You need to show that you have the same qualities and capabilities as an executive leader, but that you look different from your brand as a manager. Showing that you have the same qualifications and objectives as an executive leader will help you stand out from other candidates. It's also important to demonstrate your leadership skills. Show that you are capable of leading a team and making decisions.
Show that you are organized and can handle multiple tasks at once. Show that you are able to think strategically and come up with innovative solutions. Demonstrate your ability to communicate effectively with others and build relationships. Finally, show that you are passionate about your work and have a strong work ethic.
Show that you are willing to go the extra mile for your employer and that you are committed to achieving success. Show that you are open to feedback and willing to learn from your mistakes.