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Preparing for success

5 Basic But Tricky Job Interview Questions for Senior Managers

Your CV has done the job: it got you the interview for that position you definitely want. A wise move now is to prepare in detail for the imminent discussion with the recruiter. So start with the basics: the common stuff asked as part of interview questions for senior managers. Thinking that they are simple questions with simple answers is generalizing it far too much.

Relocation: mobility as an important career factor

New Job, New City, New Happiness?

New York, Seattle, London – today more than ever it’s beneficial to change employers and locations several times in the span of a career. What are the challenges associated with making such a move, both professionally and personally, and how will you master them? The fallacy of the “lifer” In the recent past, it was…


Age is an Asset! 3 Inspirational Tips for Managers Over 50

They are experienced, they are successful, they are established: Many managers over 50 decide to take their careers into the fast lane with a change of position, and rightly so. Top headhunters are increasingly looking for executives with experience, so time to focus the spotlight on your competence – and take it into overdrive. Differing…

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Interview Questions for Executives

“What Are You Passionate About?” Master This Tough Interview Question (Part 1)

Over time, a more subtle and challenging question than “What is your biggest weakness?” has evolved: “What are you passionate about?”
This may give a candidate pause, since the word “passion” seems to exclude an answer based on profit and loss statements. It steers the candidate in a more self-revelatory direction.

Declare Your Independence Quit with Class
Quit with Class

Declaring Independence from Tyrannical Management

America is a country where children are taught that they can succeed at anything they put their mind to. According to studies conducted by Gallup, that might not be the case- this particular study suggests that 82 percent of managers are unqualified for their jobs: “Everyone has talent in some areas, but few have the innate talent to…

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Time for a change.

Quit Today: Jobhopping Makes Candidates More Attractive.

If you’re paying attention to the epochal shift were sitting through right now, you’ll know that the so-called taboo on job hopping is exactly that: imaginary. At least, it is to anyone under 40 right now. In the last decade, Western and post-industrial countries have witnessed a large inception-like shift to knowledge economies and there’s…

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The New 21st Century Jobs

Chief Experience Officer and Other Dream Jobs That May Not Have Existed 6 Months Ago

Chief Experience Officer (CXO) may be a new job title, but the concept is as old as the idea of sales; however the execution is entirely different. A CXO  make it a point that internal and external stakeholders possess the “feel good” attitude towards the company. They keep their ear to the ground on the…

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Great Risk, Greater Rewards

The Politics of External Hiring for Senior Managers

Have you considered peeking over the corporate fence, in search of greener grass? External hiring for senior managers has the following benefits, which could make your efforts worthwhile: Click on ALLOW button to have access to more exciting career news!

The Trump Phenomenon

What to Do When You’re Offered a Position You’re Not Qualified For?

Donald Trump is about to start his newest job – as a politician, and not just any, but the most important politician in the world – regardless of the fact that he has no political experience to date. For every other candidate, the application process can be the same way. Every day, professionals send off their…

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