I have done postdoc interview-presentations before and usually you are asked to talk about your past research projects and/or your research/teaching expertise/background. But the requirement from most recent employer got me more than a bit puzzled. They want me to talk how would I manage a research lab. And it really is for a postdoc position, not a technician or lab manager. From what I gathered I basically would have to talk in a creative way on how my expertise and skills match their requirements and job description. But I just don't now where to start, and how to go about it. The general tone, the structure on how to put the talk together - no idea. And it has to be 10 minutes, which makes for even bigger challenge, as I would have to polish every word to fit the timeframe. I tried to google for some tips/examples, but it seems like such presentation type is so very unusual, that it wasn't mentioned even. Anybody had similar experiences? Any tips anybody? I still have some time to prepare, but it starts to eat on my nerves. Thanks in advance.