All Blog Posts Tagged 'thank' (11)


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Your interview went great, and you really wowed the hiring manager. Regardless of the industry you’re interviewing in, a follow-up letter is always recommended.

Could you accidentally blow your chances with one of these follow-up faux pas? Not after this blog…


Added by Recruiter Raya on July 23, 2015 at 11:39am — 6 Comments


If you think applying for a job ends at the conclusion of an interview, think again. How you follow-up after interviewing - or if you neglect to do so entirely - can end up being the deciding factor in whether or not you're offered the position. In today's increasingly digital world,…


Added by Recruiter Raya on January 15, 2015 at 3:49pm — No Comments

We’re thankful for all our turkey-related MBA resumes

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, MBA Focus ( would like to thank all of our corporate clients and school partners for your ongoing business and support. And this year, we’d like to give thanks to all of the wonderful job-seeking MBA…


Added by Ryan Pratt on November 21, 2012 at 12:00pm — No Comments

The Power of Thank You – Write a Note and Reap the Benefits

Many studies have identified the power of saying ‘thank you.’  When you say ‘thank you’ your customers they spend more, they return less, they tell their friends about you and your service delivery.  In the workplace employee productivity increases when a sign of appreciation is shown such as ‘thank you.’  Likewise vendors go the extra mile, provide deeper discounts, extend credit, deliver on time and increase consideration.  This drives profit, margin and success.

If this is the case…


Added by Darryl Moore on July 17, 2012 at 10:51am — 15 Comments

The Post-Interview Thank You Note: A Make or Break!

Imagine that you have recently interviewed for the position of your dreams and walked away confident that you would receive a job offer.  Professionally, there are very few greater feelings than sincere optimism about obtaining a role that could significantly advance your career. Now consider that, despite your outstanding qualifications and presentation, you find out that another candidate has been selected for the position. As you contemplate what could have possibly gone wrong, you…


Added by Gregory Saukulak on May 16, 2012 at 10:12am — 3 Comments

Leadership Quandary - What Is Worse--Losing Your Followers or Losing Your Way as a Leader?

Losing your followers or losing your way--which is worse for a leader?

Can you be a leader without followers or without a purpose?  Which is more critical?

My view is a leader is a leader with or without followers.  Leaders find a mission—a purpose and pursue it.  Followers, by their nature, need motivation, direction and a person & mission/vision bigger than themselves to…


Added by Valentino Martinez on October 23, 2011 at 4:30am — No Comments

The Power of Thank You

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When was the last time you said thank you?  If you can’t remember, then it’s been too long.  I just started reading a book written by someone that I’ve met and have a great deal of respect for regarding their leadership.  The book is…


Added by Kirk Baumann on August 30, 2011 at 7:30am — 4 Comments

Do I remember you?

The challenge that job seekers face in today’s world is very similar to that of most sales/marketing types, namely:

  • It can be very difficult for you to differentiate yourself
  • You often have 30 seconds or less to make that first impression
  • Invariably these and other reasons make it relatively difficult for the person you meet to truly remember you…


Added by Shannon Russo on June 28, 2010 at 1:00pm — 4 Comments

Sneak Preview: "Kick Butt" Thank You Letters - finally

So here's the deal. For the past couple of months, customers using our applicant tracking software have been asking for an efficient way to acknowledge candidates that don't make the cut. At first blush, this seemed easy enough. But, as our product team began researching and designing the feature, all sorts of complexities became evident.

Some interesting questions were raised. Questions like:

  • What if a…

Added by Joel Passen on November 13, 2009 at 2:04pm — No Comments

"Fatal Attraction" Job Seeker Style - don't be that Glenn Close character - ever!!!

This is the BEST advice with regards to job hunting: DO NOT let your emotions control your search.…


Added by Heather Gardner on September 19, 2008 at 2:02pm — No Comments

The simple things bring down most interviews

After the long memorial day weekend I found myself without a topic in which to blog about so to try and break the writers block I was reviewing many of the recruiting/career blogs that I frequent for some interesting topics in which to play off of in my article, and wouldn’t you know I found something here.

In a survey about interviewing etiquette goes through many questions about how people approach and handle interviewing and while you can pick it apart and read a lot… Continue

Added by bill martineau on May 27, 2008 at 11:58am — 1 Comment

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