Tag Archives: Candidate Advice

Pro Interview Tips: Telling Your Narrative

When an interviewer says, “Tell me your story” – you’ve hit the jackpot, right? After all, your story is personal, unique, and you know it like the back of your hand. But in reality, this question can be difficult. Candidates … Continue reading

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Your Stamp on the Professional Map: How to Evaluate Your LinkedIn Presence

LinkedIn profiles are the new 30-second elevator pitch. They are an opportunity for you to share your unique value proposition with potential clients, employers, and network connections. By following a few simple steps and best practices, you can use LinkedIn … Continue reading

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Pro Interview Tips: The Phone Screen

If you have been scheduled for a phone screen, congratulations! You have made it past the resume review and are on your way to the next stage of the recruiting process. You can expect to speak with the hiring manager … Continue reading

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Building a Stellar Sourcing Strategy

Sourcing is (unfortunately) not a science. The good news: it can be much more methodical and predictable with the right approach. Many recruiting professionals source candidates by sending bulk messages to a massive number of people in the hope of … Continue reading

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Looking to Make a Career Change? Here Are 5 Tips to Help You Navigate the Process

Over the years I have listened to successful senior leaders reflect on their career paths and noticed one very common thread. In the moment their paths do not always seem clear, linear or to even make sense, but in reflection, … Continue reading

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