If you're an entry- or mid-level professional and are asked about leadership experiences in an interview, you may draw a blank. Automatically, you're likely to think about your professional achievements and nothing may come to mind. If that's the case, you need to think creatively about where you've had the opportunity to demonstrate leadership outside of work.
As a senior-level professional or executive, this question may seem like an easy one, but you need to take care when answering it. Instead of stating your title or using blanket descriptions of your duties, think in terms of specific examples. The same is true for mid-level professionals who have managerial types of roles.