Interview with a Manager Assignment(X%)1) Each studentmust select, contact, and make an appointment to interview a manager.This manager can be top-level, mid-level, or front-line manager of any size business or organization – don’t forget to consider government or not-for-profit managers. The manager cannotbe a relative. To make this assignment more interesting, try to find a manager in an organization that you know very little about.Presentation dates will be chosen in class very early – probably the first week of class. You have one shot to do your presentation – presentations will NOT be rescheduled. Presentations will take place during class time.2) Interview the selected owner.Make sure you have the person you are interviewing sign the permission form before you begin. You will need to hand the permission form in as part of your assignment. The permission form is available on Moodle. You can find a link to the document within this assignment file on Moodle.In the interview, use the following questions (plus any additional ones that you feel are appropriate) to gather information about your manager and his or her work experiences. The questions you must ask are:How long have you been a manager? What was your career path to becoming a manager? What are your future career goals?Do the things you do as a manager typically stay the same from day to day, or do the things you do often change? What are your greatest challenges in being a manager?What do you like best about being a manager?What do you think are the three most important traits a good manager should have?What advice would you give a young person thinking of someday becoming a manager?Any extra questions.