You always hear about what you shouldn’t say in an interview, but what should you say?What are those tid-bits you should mention that will set you apart from the rest?
Here are a few that I found incredibly helpful…
Embark on a career in sports, music or acting, and you will be judged at first by how much you might… improve.
In the mainstream corporate job market, winning jobs on potential alone is trickier – Top management may be fascinated by your potential. Your immediate boss, however, is likely to be frazzled, demanding, and more worried about your Day One level of productivity. The key: figuring out how to be seen as a quick learner.
So, turn this predicament to your advantage. Re-frame the conversation so you can meet the manager’s anxieties while redirecting attention to your true strengths.
Here are four tips to excelling as a “quick learner” in the workplace:
There are a million and one tips out there for interviews — what to do, what not to do, how to answer these questions, what questions to ask, and on and on.
Let’s simplify it a little bit (or a lotta bit): a recent Forbes article suggested that “Top Executive Recruiters Agree There Are Only Three True Job Interview Questions.” Only three?!
With the job market extremely tight, even the small stuff counts, especially when you’re on a job interview. That’s why it’s so important not to say or do the wrong things, since that first impression could end up being the last one. With that in mind, here are seven deadly sins of job interviewing.
Don’t risk losing an opportunity because of a careless, even lazy, mistake… Use these tips to keep your next job interview mistake free.
An interviewer will almost always ask you at the end of the meeting if you have any questions — say no, and you look ill-prepared, uninformed, and uninterested. Say yes, however, and ask the right questions, and you’ll impress your potential employer. Coming to an interview prepared with questions is as essential as coming to an interview in a suit and with your resume; in other words, it’s a must. Here are five must-ask questions at your next job interview: