WHAT I WRITE ABOUT: ‘Job Interview Tips’

4 Reasons To Say No To A Job Offer

This is a guest post by Bob McIntosh. I don’t recommend that job seekers say no to a job offer unless there’s a good reason. That’s why when one of my most promising customers told me she was reluctant to accept a job offer at a leading hotel corporation, I advised her to consider the […]

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013

4 Ways to BOMB the Overqualified Job Interview Question

This is a guest post by Lisa Rangel. Tired of being asked the euphemistic “Aren’t you overqualified for this job?” question? Well, don’t fight it—embrace it! But to make improvements on how you answer the question, it is important to know what you are doing wrong first—and then shift that behavior to doing what it […]

Friday, May 3rd, 2013

How to Handle Salary Conversations with Confidence

This is a guest post by Leslie Ayres. In both my recruiting and my job search coaching, I’ve been hearing a lot of questions about salary negotiations lately so I’ve put together a little Q&A of common questions. First, though, let’s talk about the mindset of salary for your new job. It’s disconcerting talking about […]

Friday, April 26th, 2013

Four Ways To Demonstrate Fit: How to Prep For A Job Interview

This is a guest post by Greg Johnson. Interview preparation is one of the most important aspects of the job search; however, the vast majority of job seekers simply wing the interview. They figure they know themselves pretty well, and just go in with the idea they can answer the questions quite easily. However, with […]

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013

5 Great Answers To 5 Really Awful Interview Questions

This is a guest post by Sharon Hamersley about awful interview questions. One of the job search workshops I teach is on interviewing. My participants regularly report very strange and sometimes awful interview questions they have been asked during an interview. If I were asked any of these questions, here’s how I would answer. 1. How much do you […]

Friday, April 19th, 2013

The Best Job Interview Advice: Focus On What You Love To Do

This is a guest post by Corey Harlock. I want to give you a simple exercise I use in my live presentations as well as my one on one coaching to get people focused and boost their confidence through the roof for a job interview. Lack of confidence leads to a bad job search.  A […]

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

Job Interviews: Change Your Mindset And Change Your Results

This is a guest post by Abby Locke about how to change your job interview mindset. Ask the average person if they love the interviewing process. You get a mixed bag of answers. Some people hate the job search process, but feel comfortable and confident in interviews and others feel uncomfortable selling themselves and would rather be […]

Thursday, March 28th, 2013

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