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Job Interview

Don’t Let Your Body Language Destroy The Interview

Congratulations! You submitted a compelling resume and secured an in-person job interview. The next step in your job search journey is to ensure the message relayed by your body language does not distract from the career message shared in your resume. The folks at The Undercover Recruiter shared an infographic displaying the process interviewers use

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Executive Job Interview Techniques for Telephone and Skype

More companies and executive recruiters are conducting job interviews via telephone and Skype these days. This can be much more cost effective and convenient, particularly if the candidate lives in a different location. The benefit of Skype over the telephone is that it allows for video conferencing, so a hiring manager or recruiter can observe

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5 Communication Strategies for a Successful Job Interview

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“Be yourself” is common advice we hear from parents and other caring supporters in our lives, yet you may not always show the best version of yourself. In a job interview, this could lead to being passed over or dismissed. Here are five strategies that will help you convey your strengths, skills and personality in

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Soft Skills In Your Cover Letter

Are you fully articulating your soft skills in your cover letter? Hiring criteria for some employers may revolve more  around hard skills, specific areas of expertise and relevant degrees, but there are many organizations interested in those soft skills relative to their corporate culture and conducive to an established team of employees. A BNET article,

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Toronto ExecuNet Speaker, Bill Dennis

We are pleased to have Bill Dennis speaking at the next ExecuNet Meeting, June 23rd, 2010, presenting: ” Understanding and Succeeding With Interviewers of Different Cultures, Generations, and Personalities” During career transition, today’s executive experiences a world of widely different types of interviewers and these differences can significantly affect your ability to connect and successfully work

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Ten Tips – Get Ready to Get Interviewed

Networking events, research, resumes, cover letters, thank you notes, phone calls, coaching, educational courses,……let’s face it, the time and effort that is necessary to secure a job interview can be at times, overwhelming! The majority of executives today are in career transition for longer than ever so when the opportunity arises for a job interview it is critical to be ready! Here are

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Job Interview Advice – What’s In It For Them?

If there is one piece of advice you need to follow in your job interview it is to avoid the thought of what is in it for you and concentrate on informing the Interviewer what is in it for them. If you’ve made it to the job interview, you have successfully sold yourself in your resume, impressing upon a potential employer

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Professional Advice – Do Not Offer Personal Information

Whether you are in a job interview or composing your resume,  Do Not Offer Personal Information! There are those who would like to believe otherwise, wanting to believe the decision maker actually cares but the professional advice offered by experts and decision makers confirms, be professional not personal.  Jessica Holbrook, a former Executive Hiring Manager for Fortune 500 companies and

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