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
Eric Douglas — December 27, 2018 Follow @LeadingResource — December 27, 2018 One of our clients, a large non-profit, is going through a search for a new president. I was asked to develop a series of questions to address the topic of leadership. I was not asked to address finance, fundraising, planning, administration, and operations … Continue reading 10 Interview Questions Regarding Leadership
Brian Devane — December 18, 2018 — December 18, 2018 Pexels / Pixabay Canceling an interview can be a rather difficult thing to do. No matter how much you really want the position, sometimes mitigating circumstances can get in the way of making it to an interview. But if you want employers to be understanding, … Continue reading How to Reschedule a Job Interview
Steve Faber — December 15, 2018 Follow @marketingunlock — December 15, 2018 Free-Photos / Pixabay How to Cast a Wider Customer Net and Find More Qualified Prospects Would you like to: Drive targeted traffic to your website and social pages Grow your subscriber base Build ongoing relationships Ultimately, these ongoing relationships turn into sales, especially … Continue reading Increase Traffic With Powerful Guest Posting and Interview Strategies
Rose Leadem — December 11, 2018 — December 11, 2018 In addition to landing an actual interview, one of the most difficult aspects of job seeking is the interview process. You need to prepare for a job interview. Talking about yourself, asking the right questions, saying the right things. Interviews are never easy. Unfortunately, they … Continue reading 7 Tips to Help You Prepare for a Job 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?
Paul Grew — November 27, 2018 — November 27, 2018 I’ve been in a situation a few times where I’ve interviewed a candidate for a role. I’ve matched their CV to a well-prepared job specification. I’ve prepped a whole bunch of competency-based questions that the candidate answered well. An offer has been made, but when … Continue reading Who Should Interview a Scrum Master?
Brian Devane — November 17, 2018 — November 17, 2018 StartupStockPhotos / Pixabay If you want to know what it’s like to work for a company and find out about their company culture the best time to ask is during the job interview. It’s hard to get a full grasp of what exactly some companies … Continue reading How to Find Out About Company Culture in an Interview
Personal Branding Blog — November 14, 2018 — November 14, 2018 It doesn’t matter whether you’re a recent college graduate, a systems analyst, or a high-level executive with an annual income of several million dollars. What all people have in common is the need to know how to prepare for a job interview. The reason … Continue reading Are You Prepared for a Job Interview?
Sandra Hess — November 2, 2018 — November 2, 2018 Have you ever hired what you thought was a star candidate, only to find out months down the road that his talk didn’t match his performance? If so, you are not alone. Studies show that 95 percent of all employers make bad hiring decisions. Despite … Continue reading Don’t Risk Losing a Prime Candidate Over a Poor Interview