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Avoid Interview Flatlining: Tips for Demonstrating Interest and Energy

A colleague of mine recently confessed to “falling asleep” while interviewing a candidate. According to this seasoned Human Resources director the candidate lengthily droned on in a monotone voice luring her into a trance. Though embarrassed by her own lack of professionalism, the director crossed the candidate off her list of potentials citing “lack of […]

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Be Prepared for the Exploratory Interview

When you meet people for the first time, there is an exploratory process that occurs. Is this person someone you could see spending time with? Are they likable? Do you believe they have something to share or that you could learn from? Will they be of value or interest to you moving forward? When two […]

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Crafting Good Interview Questions for Candidates

Recruiters often ask me what some of my favorite interview questions are. This harkens me back to my days as a human resources manager where much of my time was spent recruiting contractors and managers for a consulting firm. Because the firm had multiple temporary assignments, recruiting was ongoing and needed to produce great results. […]

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Interview Questions Most Employers Will Ask

It seems that whenever you’re preparing for a transition, promotion or raise review, the interview questions that you most likely will be asked seem to fly right out of your head. You might feel the nerves set in and struggle to wrap your head around basic interview questions that you also know all the answers […]

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