Interview Training

Changing careers and have no or little experience at the new career.

1. When you change careers the focus will be on the "softer" skills - referred to as "transferable" or "portable"...
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Interview Training

Returning to the workforce after an extended absence. Interview Tips From The Interview Coach, Carole Martin

1. Be able to explain why you have decided that now is the time for you to return to the...
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Interview Training

Why Hiring a Veteran is Good for Your Organization as Well as the Country

“Veterans have received some of the best training in the world and most likely have used the latest technology and...
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Interview Training

Boosting Your Confidence by Carole Martin, The Interview Coach

You say you're feeling nervous about interviewing? Guess what - so is everybody else. It is very common to be...
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Interview Training

THINK “FACTORS” – TO FIND ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS

Employers are looking for certain qualities in an employee. By looking at a question and matching it to a factor...
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Interview Training

How Would You Answer These Questions?

1. What's important for you in a job? 2. How do you handle working with a difficult colleague? 3. How...
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Interview Training

4 Ways To Answer Any Question Without Being Paralyzed By Fear

Any interview can bring up questions that you fear. It is almost as though you project the question that you...
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Interview Training

The MOST Important Trait That You Can Bring To The Interview Is Self-Confidence

How Do You Demonstrate Confidence? As you read articles and books about interviewing you will notice that most of the...
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Interview Training

Sell Yourself As The Solution to the Interviewer Problem

Creating a self-inventory and doing some basic preparation can make a big difference in the way you view yourself and...
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Interview Training

Three Common Deadly Mistakes Made In Job Interviews

No two interviews are alike so it is difficult to be prepared for the unexpected. You can however focus on...
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Job Search Jobs Outlook

We Are What We Say

The words that you use to express yourself send a strong message about who you are and what you know....
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Jobs Outlook

Job outlook for 2012 – NY Times

A ray of sunshine – or more cloudy days ahead? Thinking optimistically this could be the trend of the months...
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Interview Training

Your Turn To Ask Questions In The Job Interview- “Do you have any questions?”

When this question is asked in the interview, surprisingly, the most common answer is “No.” Not only is this the...
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Interview Training

10 Top Tips For First Time Job Interviewers

Somehow it happened too fast and you may not feel prepared to go out and get your first “paying” job....
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Job Search

The Salary Negotiation Dance During a Job Interview

One step forward; one step back; step together, and back again. To perform the job interview salary negotiation dance steps,...
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Interview Training Job Search

There is More to the Job Interview Than Answering Questions – It’s in the Ears

Most people who have an interview scheduled work like crazy on the answers to the questions that may or may...
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Interview Training

Your Job Search and Social Networking

It appears, from studies conducted over the past few years that women are more actively involved in using Social Media...
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Interview Training Job Search

Oprah, Lady Gaga, And Your Job Interview

Two very different women. Two very different styles and generations. So what do they have in common? Oprah's message has...
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Job Search

Pomp and Circumstance – and Welcome to the World of Work

It's a time for joy – A time for tears – A time we'll treasure – Through the years –...
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Job Search

Your Job Search “Wish List” – Knowing What YOU Want

Reading through the various tweets and blogs - all the experts are talking about what you need to do to...
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