Posts Tagged 'Behavioral interview'

Using Super Bowl Strategies to Land Your Super Job

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Those of you who have read my past blogs are aware that I have a serious passion for sports. As I prepare to watch the Super Bowl this week, I am considering the keys that helped both teams advance to this year’s big game and how using those same keys can be applied to job searching. Continue reading ‘Using Super Bowl Strategies to Land Your Super Job’

I Got an Interview! Where’s My Flack Jacket?

danny-0509Keys to being prepared for the 1st interview.

Here’s a general rule of thumb: when the job market is not good and unemployment is high, employers are more selective because they have more qualified candidates in their labor pool than they would have otherwise. What does this mean for you? Well, if you are one of the fortunate people to get the opportunity to interview with an employer, this is when your real work begins. Continue reading ‘I Got an Interview! Where’s My Flack Jacket?’

My Tank Top Is My Power Suit

danny-0509Insider Secrets to Summertime Dress for Success for Men

Okay, gentlemen, I have the privilege of working with another person daily, and she challenged me to a blog-off on the topic of dress for success tips for men and women. Well, luckily, I am a bit of an armchair sartorialist, so I’m here to both meet her challenge and give you some useful tips. Continue reading ‘My Tank Top Is My Power Suit’

Avoiding the Dragon

danny-z-02091Preparing informed responses to behavioral interview questions

I’m going to date myself a little bit, but who remembers Choose Your Own Adventure books? You know, where you were an international spy – ooh! – or better yet, a dragon slayer, trying to save the fair maiden (why are fair maidens always lost, in high unreachable towers, or trapped by big scary creatures? Geez…high maintenance). Continue reading ‘Avoiding the Dragon’


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