As an executive recruiter and employer, these are the 5 areas I'd evaluate when recruiting a new employee. Learn what they are and how to get ready to respond to these job interview questions!
Ever have trouble working through a testy discussion with someone? It'll be a heck of lot easier to conduct it smoothly if you take this approach.
Describe your ability to be a team player interview question IS a tricky one, but I have a formula for you that works! I also toss in a bit about my overall technique to answer behavioral interview questions!
I have ONE ginormous question for a start up that will tell me SO MUCH about their mentality when it comes to building a successful business. If you are interviewing with small to medium-size employers, you MUST do two things: watch this video and ask this question!
Why do you give in? Even when you shouldn’t? Why are you chasing dead ends? When there are so many wonderful people and companies who would welcome you with open arms? Join me today to make sure you know your worth and become unwilling to bend it for anyone!
Is that a red flag or a yellow flag? Our initial reactions to anything, many times based on false info, can set us in the wrong direction quickly. When you know WHAT to look at and HOW to look at it and WHAT to ask and HOW to ask it, you’ll learn what you need to make an educated decision about whether you want to apply for or take the job.
Should I? Shouldn’t I? Paper? iPad? Computer? Can I read my interview answers? Can I read my interview questions? Can I write stuff down when the interviewer is talking? How am I going to remember everything? Notes. During a job interview that is. If I CAN use them, how should I use them? Join me for this video to learn all this and then some.
You know the issue. You have relevant work experience earlier in your career that is more important than what you're currently doing. But, your recent experience is at the top of the resume and you're concerned the employers won't see those impactful years from yesteryear.
Join me to learn what employers want to see in your resume and what you shouldn't be taking up precious real estate with because your wasting your breath, eh, resume space with this.
Many people have a struggle when it comes to showing achievements or accomplishments on their resume. They stick to basic activities, which basically makes employers yawn. You need to know how to derive these benefits, results, and more from what you did. Another way of looking at this is answering the question, "What happened as a result of what I did?"