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Etiquette and outfit: What you absolutely need to know

The Right Dress Code for an Interview

Tie or open collar? Pantsuit or skirt? The dress code in an interview plays a decisive role – this is precisely where the clothes make the man. Anyone who has made it as far as the job interview for his dream position has already proven his professional qualifications. Now it depends on his personality and…

The Big Reveal

The “Tell Me About Yourself” Interview Question

It happens to nearly everyone during the first part of a job interview: the prompt, ‘So, tell me about yourself.’ Interviewers have a clear strategy when they throw this line in the water. They want to know if you have a concise, articulate comeback – a short elevator speech that outlines your career accomplishments and tells them why their organization needs you and not another candidate on the short list.

Power dressing gives professionals an air of authority & competency
First impressions count

Power Dressing for Management Jobs

Power dressing is for real. It is not lost on anyone including your recruiter. Our recommendation on this topic today is: be a power dresser and impress headhunters for management jobs! First impression is indeed the last impression in many cases. For a quick snapshot on why being a power dresser is important, we share some insights from headhunters on this topic.

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Interview Questions for Executives

5 Super Sneaky Illegal Interview Questions

They say that you have to submit 100 job applications just to get one interview, so what happens when you finally land one? With any luck, you’ll be blowing them out of the water! Fast forward to the day of the interview, and it’s going great. You’re building rapport, crafting a strong narrative for your…

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Forget “Win-Win!”

Why Managers Should Be Extra Tough in Negotiation Situations

The idealized “Win-Win Situation” that most aspire to reach in salary negotiations is a lazy compromise, explains former entrepreneur and negotiations expert Kurt-Georg Scheible. According to Scheible, the best way to win in a negotiation is to stay tough. Brutally tough. The classic “Harvard Concept” for negotiation recommends that both parties strive towards reaching a…

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Next time your interviewers turn the tables, be prepared to ask these questions.

33 Great Questions to Ask Your Next Employer

The interview is the ideal time to find out more about the company you want to work for. The correct questions will help you determine if this is the right fit for you. At the same time, it also helps you appear interested in the position, and shows your overall attitude to the employer. An interested…

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