Most job interviews are for positions that will pay at least several thousand more than you are currently earning. Successful job interviews can vault your career forward. Yet, most applicants leave the process to chance. That also explains why they lose out most of the time. Don't let that happen to you! Prepare by studying these simple steps toward success:
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A business coach who often coaches top executives told me this tale:
It happens quite often that when I coach top leaders, they end up realizing…Continue
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There are problems in using “predictors” of suitability for open positions within a company. Hunter and Hunter (1984) showed that interviewing is one of the worst predictors of future job performance. Using reference checks (.26), education (.22) or biographical data (.37) did not improve the odds too favorably. In fact, even the best predictor, test scores, came out at .57. We could make the…Continue
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It’s being labeled “Instagram for video”.
Staying true to Twitter’s micro-sharing style, video length on Vine is limited (6 seconds or less), with use of the app designed to spark creativity via snippets of special moments. Vine says that the video posts are “about abbreviation – the…Continue
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Cold-calling is a way of approaching an employer by telephone. Although some people handle their ability to engage a cold-calling better than most of the others, contacting a potential employer can be quite stressful.
We have made a “ten thing list” about what to love about cold calls. So before you find yourself in a stressful situation remember all the benefits this tool brings.
1) It Works – Cold…
I remember the moment vividly... I had just finished performing in my Junior Year musical and I was handed a card from my principal. On the front was a quote:
“Do what you love, love what you do, and deliver more than you promise.”
From that moment on, it became my life motto. I followed my dreams and went to college for music! And it wasn’t until much later that I realized that Doing what you love does not necessarily yield…Continue
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New Podcast: What It Takes To Make Successful Sales Calls
"Sales Call Reluctance Coach" Connie Kadanski interviews Scott Love to find out what it takes to make successful sales calls. Scott breaks it down into practical steps for anyone who must proactively prospect in order to succeed in their sales/recruiting role.
Listen now: http://www.greatrecruitertraining.com/podcasts
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Who doesn't want to make more money? Before you march into your boss’s office demanding an increase in pay you need to first take a step back and develop a game plan to approaching your…Continue
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Since today is February 14th, I decided to take a more lighthearted look at our exclusive network of employers and talent to see just how much "love" we really have for you. The findings were particularly rosy and sweet.
The MBA Focus network currently includes:
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Don’t miss the opportunities. Here are some ways to access 3 large sets of organized data that LinkedIn has pulled from the Deep Web into the open.
To learn more about LinkedIn from this post, simply start at…Continue
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When I was twenty-seven years old, my parents divorced. It was a difficult time, I thought my parents would always be together. But change happens, it is the one constant, right? And with that change came many others. I doubted myself and my own marriage. I questioned who I was and underneath it all, I found reasons to be unforgiving. I'm not saying it was a bad thing, for in actuality - like so much in life, it was a lesson. A lesson in reality, a step…
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