Tagged Interview

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Reading Between the Lines

The Biggest Lie of HR Recruiters? “We’ll Be In Touch.”

Why do so many people hate politics? Is it the performance? Is it the candidates? Is it the awful and mildly uncreative advertisements? Actually, it’s the double-speak. The fact of the matter is that, today, the general public equates political double-speak with definite equivocation. A party with something to hide. A candidate who will renege…

5 interview Questions Your New Team Will Ask
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The Chosen One

5 Interview Questions Your New Team Will Ask

In interview situations, you won’t just meet the HR manager – you’ll be invited to impress the team that you’ll be leading, who are ready to judge you at a moment’s notice.  Answer these 5 interview questions cleverly, and you’ll definitely start off on the right foot. Click on ALLOW button to have access to…

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HR Horror Stories

7 Behaviors that can Ruin your Interview

The interview is a breeding ground for the most incredible stories. There, applicants and potential employers meet for the first time in person and exchange knowledge and creative thoughts. It is often exciting, sometimes even funny, and from time to time it can be very strange! To ensure you have the best interview experience, make…

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Stand out as a top candidate

Headhunter Insights: How Candidates Can Present Themselves Successfully

Qualified managers and executives looking for a new career are often approached by headhunters. They serve as mediators between a company who wants to fill a position, and a qualified candidate. But how should a candidate act when they meet a headhunter for the first time? How do you manage to impress the recruiter, and how can you stay in touch? We spoke with Petra Zorgati, a recruiter at Kienbaum, for her insights. In the video, you can learn the tips and tricks for how candidates can present themselves successfully. Get ready for your next headhunter interview by preparing with these headhunter insights!

6 Interview Tips for Women Leader
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Confidence is key

6 Interview Tips for Female Leaders

Competence without confidence rarely takes a person to the highest career levels. Although more women than men are now studying at the university level, women still lag behind in c-suite and other senior management positions globally. Among S&P 500 companies, females hold only 14,2 percent of top leadership jobs, and in FTSE 100 companies, a mere seven women hold the title of CEO or Chairman. While there may be a number of reasons for this gap, studies make it clear that one reason is self-doubt, especially when female professionals talk about their accomplishments at work. It directly affects women’s performance in job interviews, naturally. But there is good news for women who undersell themselves. You can learn effective techniques to project the confidence and competence you possess so that a hiring manager sees it too. Start with these interview tips.

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Power Play

What Your Handshake Says About You

Donald Trump is famous for many things, one of which is his bizarre style of shaking hands. In his meetings with French President, Emmanuel Macron, their handshakes seemed more like duels at eye-level than warm and welcome greetings. What were they trying to display through these handshakes – Who is the stronger leader? Who commands…

What type of negotiator are you?
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Be prepared while remaining authentic

Interview Questions for Senior Management Positions

“Tell me about a situation where you exceeded the expectations of your role.”  This is a typical request during an interview for a leadership role and is a good indicator of what the focus of other questions will be. Nevertheless, though preparation for your interview is essential, you should refrain from memorizing rote answers to…

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Make sure people know why you’re the best candidate

How to Nail a Perfect Elevator Pitch

You’re standing in line for your morning coffee when you notice someone standing behind you. It’s only the CEO of the startup where you see yourself in your dream job! Do you panic and freeze? Trip over your own feet and spill your coffee down the front of their shirt? Or do you introduce yourself with…

Self-assessment before job hunting
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Identify your capabilities

Self-Assessment before Job Hunting

As a job seeker, one needs to have a well-considered plan identifying your targets in order to reach your job search goal. Self-assessment before job hunting is key. You already know what you want to do and where you want to work and what you have to offer. When you sit down for an interview and they’re going to want you to be able to tell them who you are, what you know and what you have to offer.

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