You see the hiring manager, but she has only five minutes available to talk. How do you determine what is important to share in this short amount of time and what you can leave out?
Consider how you would like to present your case to the hiring manager, especially why you would be the best candidate for the management position. You know the hiring manager is very interested in learning about your management philosophy and will likely ask you to summarize the most important skills that you believe managers must have. In addition, you should be prepared to explain the reasons why you think that managers succeed and fail.