Three Behavioral Interview Tips To Calm Your Fears

Interviews are intimidating enough already. Behavioral interviews add another layer of pressure onto an already stressful situation. Taking the time to prepare and craft a cohesive career story can make your behavioral interview go a little smoother. The purpose of a behavioral interview is to get to know how you tick, how you’ll fit in… Read more »

Are We Addicted To Stress?

For many, pending deadlines and packed schedules are not overwhelming, but instead can be a driving force that pushes them toward greater productivity. We have processes to streamline, goals to achieve, promotions to earn, debt to eliminate, exercise regimes to master, dreams to chase, and people to help and inspire. The “I work best under… Read more »

Beware! Dangers of Accepting a Counter Offer

You’ve reached a critical point in your job search: You have an offer and a new job on the horizon. But your current employer has come back with a counter offer, in an attempt to keep you right where you are. Maybe it’s a salary hike, a new title, a promotion, better benefits – or… Read more »

Prepare for a Phone Interview: Here’s How

A phone interview may seem like an easy, relatively effortless experience. After all, you don’t have to stress out over which suit to wear or worry about missing your expressway exit. But, never underestimate the power of the phone interview – or the need to prepare for it. If you do, your chances of landing… Read more »

Hiring for Attitude

When you’re making the decision on whom to hire- how much weight do you put on “attitude” vs. skill or experience? The importance of “attitude” in a service-oriented environment: As you look to hire and train your new employees, your overall goal is to prepare them to have a positive impact on the customer experience… Read more »