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I was recently asked for interview advice. 1.
Everyone makes mistakes—but some of those mistakes are more avoidable than others. When it comes to your job, even just one mistake could result in major consequences for your career.
Research proves that 65% of all communication is visual. What are your clothes saying about your personal brand? By Robin Fisher Roffer
We often see lists of questions the job seeker or applicant should ask during an interview or through out the hiring process, as well as lists of questions the interviewer or hiring manager should ask.
Most psychologists will read this “Questionnaire” with Robert Cialdini, PhD.
CNN's Elizabeth Landau interviews musician Ozzy Ozbourne at the TEDMED 2010 conference in October 2010.
Hiring managers are skilled at masking what they're thinking during your interview. Find out what hiring managers are thinking, but not saying to your face The hiring manager may not have had time to review your résumé in great depth yet Job seekers often forget that they aren't the only ones on display during the interview (CareerBuilder.com) -- Boy, wouldn't the ability to read minds come in handy during the job interview?
How to keep the momentum going Beth Braccio Hering, Special to CareerBuilder Share This Post
by Heidi Grant Halvorson | 8:00 AM August 29, 2012 There is no shortage of advice out there on how to make a good impression — an impression good enough to land you a new job, score a promotion, or bring in that lucrative sales lead.
If you want to really win friends and influence people at work: Be on time and prepared for meetings.
We humans need to learn many skills to be able to function most productively in different situations.