Tagged Interview

can you trust a smile
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Body Language

Don’t Trust That Grin

In negotiation situations, most people analyze the body language of their counterpart to gauge their trustworthiness. But as researchers from USC recently discovered, this can be a dangerous mistake. Other factors play a much larger role. One of the most widely discussed potential smiles is that of Melania Trump. In one particularly damning video, captured…

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Applying in Germany

Master the tricky interview questions

HR Managers and executive recruiters love these sweat-inducing interview questions for candidates. In our constant attempt to go through difficult interview questions, we have a few more today for you to consider, when preparing for your next senior level job interviews. This one was published on our sister site in German and has been considered from a cultural standpoint as well. Time and again, we have already discussed how culturally recruitment does vary.

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Application process

3 signs that your job interview was a success

Job interviewers find the job interview itself unpleasant, but the subsequent waiting for feedback is often even worse. We can’t give you a guarantee that it worked out, however, we can clue you into the signs to look for that show your chances are good and that your interview was, perhaps, a success. The conversation…

Honesty in Job Interviews
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Would I lie to you?

Honesty in Job Interviews – How Much is Too Much?

In an attempt to impress recruiters, many applicants bring out their bag of tricks: “Weaknesses? Probably my perfectionism.” But when it comes to hiring for executive positions, HR managers wish for authenticity from their candidates, more than anything else. But what about the tougher questions? Questions about your plans for a family, or your reason for…

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Headhunters tell you how to keep your cool

3 Tips for a Job Interview with a Headhunter

A pending job interview with a headhunter is no reason to panic. Good preparation ensures half the battle is already won, and this is applicable also for the preparation for a job interview. Preparation ensures that you take away too much pressure and your ability to perform tasks that are waiting for you are concentrated and controlled.

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