Category Archives: Interviewing

Interviewing tips; strategy, preperation and execution.

The Job Search: It’s Game ON

The Job Search: It’s Game ON So you’re looking for a job. You’ve updated your resume, researched the market, invested in a great interview ensemble and begun your process. Perhaps you’ve shared your resume with a job board or are … Continue reading

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You Can Never Make a Second First Impression!

We are constantly making first impressions in our personal and professional lives. We make them when meeting new friends, at school events, social events, for business and most importantly when interviewing for a job! Unfortunately, we have no control over … Continue reading

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Holiday Job Hunting

Have you made your list and checked it twice? This time of the year has most of us oversubscribed. While we are thankful for the time we have with our families and the celebrations that take place, it is a … Continue reading

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Insider Tips for Getting Past the Recruiter

I’m a recruiter. I’m the roadblock standing between you and your possible dream job. You’ve seen the job posted online or perhaps you heard about it from a friend and it sounds perfect!  Now, how do you get from that … Continue reading

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Get to the Point by Cutting Fluff Words

Efficiency is necessary in today’s busy lives. Like you, I have a lot to do and very little time to do it in, which means I have to be efficient and exact wherever I can. I apply this approach to … Continue reading

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Three Goals for Better Interpersonal Communication

It is almost the end of February, pretty late into the year to be setting New Year’s resolutions. Goals, however, can be set at any time, and I have set 3 goals to improve my communication efforts in 2014. Don’t … Continue reading

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Take No Prisoners Approach to Communicating Effectively

One day soon, my kids are going to stop letting me out of the house. They are going to refuse to be seen in public with me. I embarrass them, you see, because I am turning in to my grandmother, … Continue reading

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Prepare & Prepare Some More!

Recently we presented candidates for a tough Executive Assistant position. This was a high level visible position working for a globally recognized leader in their industry. Our three candidates were all outstanding professionals ~ well-educated, experienced, polished and on their … Continue reading

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Lessons from High School Application Essays: Interviews on Paper

I spent most of December helping my 8th grade daughter complete applications for high school. She is applying to private high schools, a process which entails responding to multiple short answer and essay questions in order to provide each school … Continue reading

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