Do you remember snail mail we’re in the age where everybody uses the internet email or some other platform to communicate? Yes, that’s fine, but you want to make yourself stand out. Here’s one tip to make yourself stand out at the end of a job search. May I suggest you get quality? Thank you […]
It is essential, in a job search to sell yourself. How do you do that? Brag, brag, brag!
Always look at the camera, not the screen Dress for the interview. It is another stage in the interview process, so do not be in your PJ’s or don’t be in something that’s very casual. Dress as if you are at an in-person interview. It gives a professional presentation but also it uplifts you and […]
Hello, my name is Martin Buckland. I’m an executive career management practitioner and it’s my job to get people to the interview stage. Then it’s over to them. My colleague, Diane Hudson, who does a lot of interview coaching and interview tutoring is going to give you tips. So Diane, what is your number one tip for interviewing?
A recruiter can provide insight and guidance that will help you navigate your executive job search. To optimize the outcome of working with a recruiter, it is imperative you prepare for meeting with the recruiter similar to the way you would an interview with a hiring manager to make the best impression and further your career.
Getting ready for a job interview takes preparation and practice. Walking into an interview when you feel underprepared only adds to your nerves and anxiety. An interview is your place to shine; therefore, you want to ensure you walk into the interview ready for whatever might be thrown your way.
One of the most common interview questions you will be asked is, “Why should we hire you?” Are you prepared to answer?
Technology and telecommunications are a major component in screening candidates today. Telephone and Skype interviews are used as a cost and time effective pre-screening tool.
Use these interview tips to increase your chances of capturing the offer and convincing the hiring manager that you are the number one applicant.
Due to time constraints and a desire to include more stakeholders into the process, companies are opting for panel interviews instead of individual interviews. Therefore, you will likely experience a panel interview during your job search. For many, the idea of a panel interview is a catalyst of much anxiety because, instead of being interviewed […]
We all know the saying: “you never get a second chance to make a first impression”. Never is this more true than in a job interview. Whether you’re a recent grad looking to make your mark on the world, or a seasoned professional in search of the next opportunity, what you wear to an interview […]
The hiring process is your opportunity to assess the company culture of the organization and determine whether it will be a good fit for you. Obviously, you want to seek lasting job opportunities that are aligned with your personal values and goals, so it is imperative that you get a feel for whether the company […]
Whether you are networking or in a job interview, your body language says a lot about you. Nonverbal communication plays a significant role in how others perceive you. Ultimately, you want to present yourself professionally and confidently, and being mindful of your body language will help you do that. To elicit confidence through your body […]
As you approach an interview, it is natural to focus on how to make yourself look good. Your focus is primarily on the common behavioural interview questions and ensuring that your experience and expertise shines through. While that is important, it is beneficial to consider what the decision makers are thinking during the interview and […]
When you imagine your first interview with a new company, most of us picture sitting in a conference room with three to four interviewers. However, more and more often, organizations ask candidates to participate in various types of interviews to assess how they will fit in with their team. One of those is a phone […]
Interviews allow hiring influencers to decide if you’ll be a good fit for the open position, and for the organization. They’re a high-stakes marketing presentation selling YOU. So, you can have all the right skills, the best education, and great experience, but a poor presentation can distract from and even diminish the perceived value of […]
An Executive Recruiter is often the first gatekeeper to the position you want and to the organization you want to join. Even if you don’t get the first position the two of you speak about, once you’ve met with an Executive Recruiter and made a positive impression, you become an active player on the field […]
We’ve all done it, that pep-talk in the car before you go into an interview. Why not make your car-talk a positive and effective one? Start when you leave the house, get serious about it when you arrive and park, and finish up as you’re walking into the building. Be prepared. This is a must […]
How can you prepare for a job interview well enough that you have the holy grail, a no-blank interview where you answer every question without a single blank, frozen silence? Practice and perspective! Practice Rehearse your elevator pitch. Practice introducing yourself and mentioning the characteristics that make you a great match for the job. Research. […]
Body Language IS the non-verbal job interview. 10 great tips for body language that says great things about you!