So at work my current team is going to be disbanded and I have been applying everywhere and anywhere to avoid being "dumped" to a department which might entail a demotion. I am currently doing technical support, but have a degree in HR and that is where I want to go. Unfortunately there's been no jobs that directly involve human resources, but I have just found out I have an interview tomorrow for one of the first jobs I've applied for: the Change Management Consultant. While this is slightly in line with my human resources skills, I must admit it is a tad over my head. My current manager loves me and gave a phone call on my behalf the same day I submitted the app. I think this is mostly why I was shortlisted to an interview. This is also the first "management" type interview I've gotten in a long, long time, and although I've done hands on interviewing many times while in university, it was always ME doing the interviews, learning HOW TO interview. I need to quickly think of some behavioral type interview questions which will most likely be asked of me and responses which will not make me out to be a complete idiot. I can do the job, with success, I have no doubt of that, however because it's been 5+ years since I got my degree, and I haven't been "managing change" at my job recently, I'm a little out of it. What should I expect from the interview? I hope there are some human resource professionals that can help me out a bit here. I think I saved a copy of the posting on my home computer, when I get home I will check it out and post it, that should help a ton. Thanks.