Archive for the 'Hiring Practices' Category


Saturday, February 24th, 2018

Michael sits in the lobby of a company that has invited him in for an interview. His hands are sticky and wet, his heart is beating faster than usual, and his mouth feels like it has cotton inside. The interviewer approaches and Michael wipes his hand on his pant leg before shaking hands. The interview [Read More..]

Are you ready to get the extra edge you need to beat out the competition?

Friday, February 23rd, 2018

You can seal the deal on your dream job! Sometimes all it takes is one or two subtle differences between applicants to break the tie and make you the winner – or the loser. Let us help:

School is out – graduation is either over, or upon us soon

Thursday, June 8th, 2017

Where did the time go? Time now to start thinking about a job or internship. Hopefully you have sent out some resumes and are starting to get some nibbles from employers. If you’re not – maybe you need to take a look at your resume. But if you are lucky enough to start getting some [Read More..]


Wednesday, June 7th, 2017

The graduation gift of a “lifetime” – interview skill development. Coaching from a professional who will set the new grad or beginning job searcher on a winning path. JUNE (ONLY) SPECIAL OFFER WITH EACH ORDER OF ANY STUDENT PACKAGE, I’m throwing in A FREE BONUS BOOK! “HOW DO YOU MAKE SMALL TALK?” This book is not available for purchase [Read More..]

Interviewing Skills Coach

Monday, April 7th, 2014

Thank you so much for being such an extraordinary “early morning” interviewing skills coach.  Your skill in providing insight into my communication style was spot-on.  Today during my interview, I was relaxed and the interview that was for 1 hour went to 1.5 hours and the interviewer closed for a second interview.  The time flew [Read More..]

DO’s and DON’T’s – TIPS for Interview Preparation

Thursday, March 20th, 2014

Do – an inventory of what you have to offer. This includes the skills that are not “knowledge based.” Often the skills you have which are consider “softer skills” can make the difference between your skill set and the next person who is equally qualified as far as the job responsibilities. An example would be, [Read More..]