Category Archives: Career Advice

Five Ways To Conduct Better Interviews With Skilled Workers

POST WRITTEN BY: Matt Doyle Careful interviews are important for any position. However, they’re most important when you’re dealing with positions that require rare or high-level skills. Here, the wrong choice is not only an inconvenience — it’s dangerous to your business’ stability. Specialized workers often work with expensive systems, resources and materials that can... Read More

Patience Is A Sales Virtue

Written By: Stu Schlackman  Having patience is giving the client their space, while at the same time being proactive to help them solve their issues. It’s not being aggressive, but assertive. It’s nearing the end of the fiscal year and you’re $50K away from making your annual sales budget, and yikes there’s only three weeks to... Read More

Here’s How To March Into The Interview With Total Confidence

By: Jack Kelly   Purchasing a new home, getting married, having a baby and both finding and starting a new job are reported to be the most anxiety-inducing events in a person’s life. I’ll leave the baby making and home buying to others, but I’d like to help you with the job part. If you are... Read More

Video Job Interviews: 10 Ways To Shine

By Nancy Dunham, Next Avenue Contributor  Job interviews are increasingly being done by video. Sometimes, it’s because applicants and interviewers are in different cities. Other times, it’s because employers find video interviews an efficient way to “meet” multiple candidates. In certain cases, job seekers film answers to questions and the hiring managers can watch anytime. If you’ve never... Read More

How not to choke during your next high-stakes job interview

BY GWEN MORAN Sure, you’re going to do your homework and be prepared. But these tips can help you deal with the pressure. You finally got the interview for that big job or promotion. As it gets closer, you make sure to prepare. It’s a great opportunity, but you’re haunted by one recurring thought: What... Read More