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Interviews
Interviewing During the Summer: Should You Bother?
Among the stories I hear is that it is a waste of time to interview during the summer. Managers aren’t there to interview. No one hires. No one is in the mood. Everyone is on vacation. It is a waste of time. The way they state it, it is although entire companies close their doors and go on vacation. Nothing could be further from...
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The Fly-­In Interview
I received a call from someone who was being flown in for an interview by a firm with whom he had been in conversations for quite some time and wanted some coaching before his interview.
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Interviews over Lunch: Manners Matter
In some careers, organizations like to meet their potential employees in a “less formal setting.
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More companies are saving time and effort by doing initial telephone interviews before committing themselves to hours assessing and evaluating applicants
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Seven Tips to Winning Interviews
Let's take a minute and examine what many interviews look like from the employer's vantage point.
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EP 2007 Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter discusses the key elements firms assess for when they interview.
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The Single Best Question You Can Ask on Any Interview
Let me paint the scene for you. You’ve been scheduled for a phone interview and reviewed the job description. You’ve done whatever your mental gymnastics are to “get ready” for the conversation. The phone rings and the telephone interview is about to begin. Perhaps, you’ve been escorted into the conference room for the interview. Each of you has sat...
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A recent conversation with a consultant after a successful interview reminded me of a coaching session I did years ago with a young business school graduate
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The Interview from the Employer’s Perspective
EP 2005 Most job hunters spend all their energy focused on their interview performance but little time thinking about what the firm is looking for
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