In this video, Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter encourages you to organize your interview process and step up its pace.

 

ABOUT JEFF ALTMAN, THE BIG GAME HUNTER

Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter is a career and leadership coach who worked as a recruiter for more than 40 years. He is the host of “No

Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter
Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter

BS Job Search Advice Radio,” the #1 podcast in iTunes for job search with more than 1200 episodes, “Job Search Radio,” “and his newest show, “No BS Coaching Advice” and is a member of The Forbes Coaches Council.

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2 Responses
  1. Numantino312

    fifteen interviews? craziness! unless i were interviewing for a
    ceo/coo/cfo position, i picture myself tolerating three interviews, four
    tops if i was either really desperate or truly interested in the
    job/company. anything beyond that? “three interviews is enough to make a
    decision with; shit or get off the pot.” last thing i want is to work
    for a company that’s so adrift as to need four-plus interviews to make a
    decision.

  2. Numantino312

    fifteen interviews?  craziness!   unless i were interviewing for a ceo/coo/cfo position, i picture myself tolerating three interviews, four tops if i was either really desperate or truly interested in the job/company.   anything beyond that?  “three interviews is enough to make a decision with; shit or get off the pot.”     last thing i want is to work for a company that’s so adrift as to need four-plus interviews to make a decision.

  3. Numantino312

    fifteen interviews?  craziness!   unless i were interviewing for a ceo/coo/cfo position, i picture myself tolerating three interviews, four tops if i was either really desperate or truly interested in the job/company.   anything beyond that?  “three interviews is enough to make a decision with; shit or get off the pot.”     last thing i want is to work for a company that’s so adrift as to need four-plus interviews to make a decision.

  4. SW Sweetie

    I had a real life interview yesterday. Somehow, I managed to pass the phone screen. They must have watched this video, because I interviewed with four different people all on the same day. They interviewed me in separate 30-minute sessions. Two of the interviews ran over and I could see the next manager waiting outside to get in. I got there at 2pm and it was almost 5pm when I left. It was a long day, but at least I don’t have to go back unless they hire me. You are so right. It’s so much better to get everybody together *at one time*.

    1. Jeff Altman

      +SW Sweetie A-Men Sister. Good luck with the results. As much as I enjoy our interactions, I hope you land soon

    2. SW Sweetie

      Oh, I’m still going to be coming in here to bother you! The time to learn about this stuff is BEFORE you need it. I haven’t looked for a job in six years. So much has changed, it’s incredible.

  5. SW Sweetie

    I had a real life interview yesterday. Somehow, I managed to pass the phone screen. They must have watched this video, because I interviewed with four different people all on the same day. They interviewed me in separate 30-minute sessions. Two of the interviews ran over and I could see the next manager waiting outside to get in. I got there at 2pm and it was almost 5pm when I left. It was a long day, but at least I don’t have to go back unless they hire me. You are so right. It’s so much better to get everybody together *at one time*.

    1. Jeff Altman

      +SW Sweetie A-Men Sister. Good luck with the results. As much as I enjoy our interactions, I hope you land soon

    2. SW Sweetie

      Oh, I’m still going to be coming in here to bother you! The time to learn about this stuff is BEFORE you need it. I haven’t looked for a job in six years. So much has changed, it’s incredible.

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