I detailed my involvement. They didn't believe me and said, "if I pick up the phone and call your manager, would they tell a similar story?" I said they were welcome to and I had won an award for that strategy if they'd like to the read my nomination documents which include stakeholder and management testimonials. Again the interviewer shrugged.
Each organisation is set up differently with ownership of external partnerships living with different teams. The teams I would logically approach would be: X, Y, Z. I would then proceed to... The interviewer then cut me off and asked for names of people I would partner with despite the fact that I have never worked at that organisation or claimed to know anyone from there. When I asked them how they would approach setting up partnerships with Company X, the interviewer shrugged and said they didn't know.
I answered relating my skills to the key aspects of the role and where my current role doesn't meet these needs. The interview stared blankly at the screen, I realised then they were distracted and hadn't realised I had stopped talking.
The standard questions asked are typical from large organisations such as providing examples of when you had to prioritise competing requests or projects, or examples of when you had to develop a marketing strategy and your approach to this.