Ideas from books, articles & podcasts.
Nothing is more impressive than arriving at an interview and being prepared and well informed about the company - its values, goals, history, current events, and who you might be meeting with.
Todd Davis, the CPO of FranklinCovey, commented on one particular interview h...
Create an effective presentation of who you are and what you offer. Focus on your actual skills that go beyond your resumé.
Listing what is already on your resumé can narrow your chances. The hiring manager will evaluate your last job title against the position they're hiri...
Both the interviewer and the candidate should feel fully in the moment to bring out the best dialogue.
This means listening to what is being said instead of thinking about what to say next.
When a candidate is invited to an interview, the hiring manager automatically assumes they meet the basic skillset.
Look the manager in the eye, speak clearly and thoughtfully and bring some energy to the interview to demonstrate that you're a strong contributor and could work effectively w...
Two questions often seem to pop up.
Instead of answering, get them to talk first by asking what the range is for the job.
If the range for the job is $70,000 to $80,000 and you answer lower, they will give you the lower amount. But if you expect more than their range, you can negotiate after you've received a...
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