Personal Branding Blog — January 14, 2019 — January 14, 2019 First, remember that an interview is a work-related competition. The same competition onstage for the theater is called audition. People compete throughout their lifetimes. They compete for resources, such as money, time, awards, rewards, and honor. So let’s focus on the interview competition, in … Continue reading The 4 Principles of Acing an Interview
Personal Branding Blog — December 4, 2018 — December 4, 2018 There are a few basics that every person who’s preparing for or facing a job interview should know. A job interview is not an interrogation or an investigation. You are not guilty and you are not on trial. In fact, you have a great … Continue reading What Are the 4 Most Common Interview Question Types?
Personal Branding Blog — October 29, 2018 — October 29, 2018 If you go to numerous interviews and still being turned down by employers, you may be doing the below interview mistakes. Employers may not be tolerated for mistakes, especially if there are too many applicants for the same position. Therefore, avoid the below common … Continue reading Worst Interview Mistakes
Brian Devane — July 30, 2018 — July 30, 2018 alda2 / Pixabay Going for an interview for a position in your current company may seem like a breeze. You know the ins and outs of the company, you know the people and you have a proven track record that should speak for itself, right? … Continue reading How to Ace an Internal Interview?
Joanne McDonagh — May 4, 2018 Follow @rezoomo_com — May 4, 2018 geralt / Pixabay Candidates are often asked by interviewers to prove their potential value to a company by using behavioral interview questions.This is where you have to respond by telling a story of a work achievement.The best way to answer these questions is … Continue reading How To Use The STAR Method In Your Interviews
Jeanette Maister — February 21, 2018 Follow @jeanettemaister — February 21, 2018 rawpixel / Pixabay Interviews are a crucial part of the hiring process, but if you’re not getting feedback to your hiring managers, candidates and potential team members, you’re missing out. There are five types of feedback that result from any interview. Here’s how … Continue reading A Well-Rounded Interview Feedback Strategy: 5 Types to Include
Maranda Dziekonski — August 25, 2017 Follow @marandasays — August 25, 2017 Congrats! You applied for a Customer Success position and are now preparing for your first interview. Whether this is your first time interviewing for Customer Success, or you’re an old pro, there are a few things that you should do to prep … Continue reading How to Prepare for a Customer Success Interview
Matthew Loughran — May 31, 2017 Follow @loughranmatt17— May 31, 2017 If your organization wants to improve the fit of your hires, reduce the cost of bad hires, and have more candidates say “yes” to your offers, then this article is for you. Did you know that one-third of new hires fail within the first … Continue reading How To Interview For Fit
Amanda Clark — March 14, 2017 Follow @GrammarChicInc— March 14, 2017 One of the biggest mistakes job seekers make following an interview is not sending a thank you note – regardless of how the interview went. Whether it was the best interview of your life and you’re confident you landed the job or you couldn’t … Continue reading Post-Interview Thank You: What Should You Say?
Maren Hogan — February 22, 2017 Follow @marenhogan— February 22, 2017 Hiring people with the right technical skills? That’s becoming routine, if never easy. But hiring people who are going to do right by my clients and employees? That’s even tougher. There’s no “right” way to predict whether or not you’re going to hire a … Continue reading 31 Interview Questions to Ask When Hiring Nice People