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interviewer

Job Journey: What an interviewer doesn’t want to hear

Job interviews are stressful and sometimes, in the heat of the moment,  we blurt out things without thinking about how they will be interpreted by the interviewer.

Panel Interview

Job Journey: Tips for a Panel Interview

It can be common, especially for senior level roles, to have one of the selection stages be a panel interview.

thank you note

Job Journey: The Post Interview Thank You Note

Until recently, I was a strong advocate for sending a hand written thank you note to the hiring manager after an interview. 

interview questions

Job Journey: Interview Questions You Should Ask

You are sitting with the hiring manager. It has been a great conversation. You have answered all the interview questions with aplomb.

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Job Journey: Interview Pro Tips

How do you prepare for a professional interview? I heard a fantastic phrase last week that really helped to put it into perspective. One of our senior sales leaders was talking with us about value ...

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Job Journey: Your phone rings; what if it is a Recruiter?

Answer the damn phone! Just kidding…..you don’t have to pick up the phone if you don’t have time at that moment or your boss is in your office. But it might be worth listening to ...

you want

Job Journey: How to Apply for the Job You Want

If you are lucky enough to know what you want to next, you don’t have to wait for it to be posted.

Apply for a job

Job Journey: How to Apply for a Job?

There are lots of places to find jobs: LinkedIn, Monster, Indeed are just a few. You can even look at company websites if there are specific companies in your sites. So how do you apply ...

Resume is Ready

Job Journey: Resume is ready, now what?

Now that your resume is ready and represents you in the best possible way, what will you do with it?

Resume Fonts

Job Journey: Resume Fonts, Formats and File Types

Your resume represents you and your years of hard work. Make sure it looks great and is easy to read including resume fonts, formats and file type.

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