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HireTough-Manage Easy Posted on
February 21, 2017 by

Hire Tough – Manage Easy

– by David Mantica and John M. O’Connor How do you increase your recruitment success rate? Let’s dig deeper into the strategy of hiring and introduce a model, currently in use, which has, over a period of three years, significantly increased recruitment success rate in terms of productivity and attrition. The model is SIC/ME. It is based […]

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The Questions behind Interviews and how to Answer them Posted on
April 27, 2016 by

The Questions Behind Interview Questions

In almost every interview and with every interview question interviewees try to one up with the perfect answer. They often believe that behind most interview questions lurk another hidden group of questions and an agenda. They are right. Unless it is a closed ended question about facts, software/technology or right/wrong or true/false questions, most questions […]

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April 13, 2016 by

Social + Mobile Recruiting Power

Mobile recruiting must be seen as a global reality, a trend that impacts every company, anywhere in the world. It will impact your career, your company and your search. The world of social recruiting will become a significant hiring source and place for engagement. As we match the two you now should see the newest […]

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How to Relate to Recruiters Posted on
February 18, 2016 by

How to Define, View and Relate to Recruiters

You may remember this from the 1946 film of “It’s a Wonderful Life.” Cast me as George Bailey, and cast Mr. Potter as the executive recruiter. This is how I felt when I met with executive recruiters early in my career. (Potter’s office – daytime) CLOSE SHOT Potter is lighting a big cigar which he […]

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August 01, 2015 by

Behaviors to Energize a Stalled Job Search

A local news anchor and reporter recently asked me about these issues and it inspired these thoughts:

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Interview Preparation Advice and Primers Posted on
May 18, 2015 by

Interview Preparation Primer

Do you feel lost in a recovering economy career-wise? Are there things you feel you need to do now to recast your average career path into an extraordinary career path? Would you like some kind of basic interview career strategy and thought process that you can use today? In 20+ years of working with top […]

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Ask Yourself Some Questions to Succeed Posted on
March 02, 2015 by

Answers to Career Questions You Should be Asking Yourself

As you make changes consider asking yourself some career questions. By using these career questions it will help you develop a more balanced profile for business and career growth. The questions may be simple, but they are not always easy to answer. No matter who you are or what you have accomplished in the past, […]

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February 06, 2015 by

Ask the Headhunter

Interview with Nick Corcodilos In all the people we coach and influence questions come up constantly about how to work with recruiters and headhunters. Without editing the raw advice I wanted to have a conversation with Nick Corcodilos, the brash, oft quoted and powerfully connected headhunter and management consultant from Ask the Headhunter. Just like […]

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Improve Your Resume from Blah to Wow Posted on
June 05, 2014 by

Take Your Resume From Blah to Wow

When creating a resume it’s important to look at the document as a branding tool, written to a specific audience (the employer) and it must capture the attention of the reader to achieve the goal of getting an interview. In today’s market, content remains the king and content drives strategy, which includes the look, keywords, […]

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May 07, 2014 by

A Networking Rock Star Speaks (and You Can Be One Too)

Remember to bring a business mindset to every networking event. Ms. Haney Woods: I treat networking like I do an interview. I research who will be at a meeting, what they might ask me and I dress as if I am interviewing with them for a job I really want. So in networking Kat suggests that you need to take the initiative. Always make the ask and don’t be scared to ask for what you want.

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