Category: Interviewing

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Phone Interviews: How to Put Your Best Voice Forward

Many employers have found a new way to save time screening applicants. Today, more employers are first resorting to a telephone interview before inviting a job candidate to an in-person meeting. With more applicants available for each opening, employers do not have the time to invest in a meeting for every candidate that simply looks…
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What Your Interview Body Language Reveals about You

Poor body language can derail an interview regardless of how confident and well-spoken you are. Body language is as much a part of your communication style as what you say verbally – it’s really about how you say it. Impressions are made within seconds of reviewing body language.

Quick Way to Own the Interview

Want to really own the interview? Proactively take the next step in identifying a company’s woes.

My Most Interesting Interview Question

A long time ago I was being screened over lunch by an executive search firm. Everything was going fine and as we reached dessert, the partner looked me straight in the eye and asked, “What would you do if you inherited an elephant?”

Rules for Sending Thank You Letters

In today’s electronic age, there is often some confusion as to whether you should send a thank you note after an interview. Some people believe it is not necessary and others think it is a nice touch. I will go beyond that and say it is a must!